Kronplatz (Plan de Corones)
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Kronplatz has a rich history dating back to the 1970s when it was purposefully developed as a ski resort.
Kronplatz was designed with the primary goal of providing excellent skiing experiences. As a result, it features a well-planned infrastructure that caters to the needs of winter sports enthusiasts.
Rather than developed around a central resort, the ski area of Kronplatz is easily accessible from multiple surrounding towns and villages. Many of these connections are direct, allowing visitors to conveniently reach the resort without the need for ski buses or transfers. Additionally, this provides ample parking opportunities for those who prefer to drive.
Bruneck, St Vigil in Enneberg, Percha, Olang Valdaora all have access. Most ski back to town is Black or Red runs, with the exception of St Vigil that has a blue run. Each resort has its own atmosphere and pros and cons.
Bruneck is a large town in the in South Tyrol, Italy. It is the main town in the Kronplatz ski area, and it is a great place to base yourself if you want to explore the whole area.
Bruneck has a good selection of hotels, restaurants, and bars, and it also has a lively après-ski scene.
St Vigil in Enneberg:
St Vigil in Enneberg is a small village located in the Pustertal Valley, just a few kilometers from Bruneck. It is a great place to stay if you are looking for a more peaceful and traditional setting.
Percha is a small village located just below the Kronplatz mountain. It is a great place to stay if you want to be close to the slopes.
Percha has a number of hotels and apartments, and it is also home to a number of bars and restaurants. The station infrastructure here is designed for seemless transfer from Train to Ski area, with a ski hire shop even located directly in the station. This is therefor a great option if you're travelling in/out on a daily basis from somewhere else.
Olang Valdaora is a small village located in the Pustertal Valley, just a few kilometers from Bruneck. It is a great place to stay if you are looking for a more family-friendly resort.
Olang Valdaora has a number of hotels and apartments, and it is also home to a number of kid-friendly activities.
All of these towns and villages are connected by a network of ski lifts, so it is easy to get around and explore the whole area. The atmosphere in the towns varies from lively and energetic to relaxed and peaceful, so there is something for everyone
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Train + Bus Option
A rare thing for the Dolomites resorts to have direct train access.
You'll have to change to a regional train along your journey, but regardless you can get to the key towns direct by rail.
Fortezza / Franzensfeste is often the place to change onto a regional train.
This then runs through the key resort towns, from which you can depart - It's a 40min trip to Brunico, the largest of the towns.
Verona with one change (3hrs aprox)
Innsbruck with one change (2hr 15 aprox)
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