Fun on the slopes at Kronplatz and the Sextner Dolomites Skiing Region
Kronplatz – Skiing Region No.1 in South Tyrol
20 modern cabin lifts, 6 chairlifts and 5 cable lifts from three sides will take you up the gently sloping knoll which is mostly free of trees. The Kronplatz region offers tourists 107 km of slopes. In 2006/2007 the Kronplatz moved further towards the center of the Dolomites and was connected to the Sellaronda ski circuit! Here, since 2009, you can find Italy’s largest snow park and ideal freestyle conditions.
Because variety is really what sets the ski areas of Kronplatz, Speikboden, and Klausberg apart. Discover the unique skiing excitement and other winter experiences focusing on nature, culinary delights, and adventure. Skiing and so much more in the Kronplatz Holiday Region!
Mountain Lift St. Magdalena/ Gsies Valley
The mountain lift in the Gsies Valley is a small and sunny skiing region with its own skiing school and ski rental. This region is ideal for children, beginners and families since the slopes are located in an entirely sunny location.
Skiing Region Sextner Dolomites
The Sextner Dolomites skiing region belongs to the Helm, Haunold and Rotwand skiing region.
The Mecca of Cross Country Skiing in the Center of the Dolomites
The idyllic Gsies Valley is ideal for Nordic Walking enthusiasts! The wide and sunny valley floor offers 42 km of perfect slopes. The slopes stretch through a dreamlike winter wonderland, through snow-covered fields and romantic forests, along picturesque farms and guesthouses which invite you to a cup of tea or hot spiced wine (‘Glühwein’), or a light snack for cross-country skiers. St. Magdalena’s slopes are quite demanding yet well worth your while and the payoff is a beautiful view of the valley and a pit stop on a sunny terrace. If the snow conditions are ideal, one can reach Taisten and Welsberg and then the Puster Valley Marathon slopes.
We offer two artificial ice rinks, in operation day and night, including a floodlight rink in St. Martin and in Welsberg.
Tobogganing and Snow Shoe Hikes
Nothing should get in the way of tobogganing fun; the slopes are prepared. After the climb, by foot or horse-drawn carriage, after a snack in one of the alpine huts, you can enjoy the descent. By day or by moonlight, fun is guaranteed.
Our mountains offer ski touring for skiing enthusiasts. The region guarantees snow ideal for touring. For snow conditions here and in Villgraten in the Gsies Valley or the Antholz Valley and Defreggen Valley please seek the advice and guidance of one of the guides at the Alpine School Puster Valley.