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Dolomiti Superski
Highest point: 3,269 m
Lowest point: 860 m
Lifts in total: 450
Tow lifts: 137
Chair lifts: 222
Gondola lift: 91
Pistes in total: 1,200 km
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Dolomiti Superski

Resorts in the region Plan de Corones (Kronplatz)

Anterselva (Rasen)

Anterselva (German: "Antholz") at 1,241 m stretches into the 21 km long Antholz Valley, a narrow side valley of the Val Pusteria. At the end is Lake Antholz, with the majestic Hochgall (3,435 m) rising over it. The glacier belongs to the Riesenferner Group, which connects the valley with Austria through the "Staller Sattel" Pass. Anterselva is known, above all, as a cross-country and biathlon paradise: the annual biathlon world cup is held here, …
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Brunico

Brunico (German: "Bruneck"), the fourth-largest city in South Tyrol, is situated at 834 m in Val Pusteria. The location directly at the famous Plan de Corones offers boarders, carvers and leisurely skiers a first-rate experience! Modern lift systems, well-prepared pistes and beautiful views make the Plan de Corones ski area one of the loveliest in the Dolomites. Brunico is distinguished, above all, by the towering bishop castle Schloss Brunico. …
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Falzes

Falzes (German: "Pfalzen") is situated at 1,220 m in Val Pusteria and is known for its beautiful, sunny location. A mix of Italian and Austrian cooking is also a treat. Typical specialities from the area include "Hasenöhrl" and "Tirtlan". For those who want to enjoy more than these tasty delicacies, Falzes offers various sports and free time activities. Tobogganing, curling, or a romantic winter walk offer something for young and old! Plan de …
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Rasun-Anterselva

Rasun-Anterselva (German: "Rasen") is a small town at 1,030 m altitude, is made up of the three districts Niederrasen, Oberrasen and Neunhäuser, and is the entry to the beautiful Antholz Valley in South Tyrol. The area is part of to the "Dolomiti Nordic Ski", the largest cross-country ski region in Europe. Approx. 1,300 kilometres of cross-country tracks stand for never-ending ski and outdoor enjoyment. Right at your doorstep and easily reached …
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Riscone

Riscone (German: "Reischach") is situated at 956 m altitude on a sunny, high-lying plateau at the foot of Plan de Corones. The resort owes its name to the legendary Rischon Mountain. With its 1,300 inhabitants, the resort doesn't only offer a beautiful panorama over the surrounding mountain area, but is also the ideal place to do winter sports. Modern lift systems that take you up to 2,275 m in the ski area Plan de Corones start directly on the …
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San Lorenzo di Sebato

San Lorenzo di Sebato (German: "St. Lorenzen") is situated at 813 m altitude in a wide valley bowl in Val Pusteria. The Plan de Corones ski region is only 5 km away and offers an extra special experience for boarders, carvers and pleasure skiers! Modern lift systems, well-prepared pistes and beautiful views make this ski area one of the loveliest in the Dolomites. The San Lorenzo di Sebato community offers tradition and idyll - just the right …
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San Martino in Badia

San Martino in Badia (German: "St. Martin in Thurn") is a sunny village at the entrance of Val Badia. The municipality is similar to Corvara, Wengen or Enneberg, being characterised by the Ladin language and culture. Visitors can learn more about the centuries-old culture when visiting the Ladin Ciastel Museum, located on a hill in the upper half of the resort in the Thurn Palace. San Martino in Badia itself is embedded amongst the fascinating …
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San Vigilio di Marebbe

The Dolomites encircle the village like a crown, and the nature park Fanes-Sennes-Prags begins directly at the end of the resort. The location couldn't be more idyllic. This is how the South Tyrolean mountain village of San Vigilio di Marebbe enchants with is Alpine charm and unique culture - of which includes residents speaking Ladin, as well as preservation of the Ladin traditions. The village impresses with its Baroque-style parish church in …
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Valdaora

Valdaora is situated at 1,080 m in the heart of Val Pusteria and is composed of the Oberolang, Mitterolang, Niederolang and Geiselsberg districts. The picturesque village at the foot of Plan de Corones is nestled between Alps and Dolomites: surrounded by the impressive Prags Dolomites to the south and the Riesenferner Massif in the north, a fascinating panorama awaits. From Geiselsberg you have direct access to the ski area. A free ski bus runs …
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Valle di Casies

The Italian municipality of Valle di Casies, with the three villages of Pichl, St. Martin and St. Magdalena, lies in the east of South Tyrol, between the foothills of the Rieserferner Group and the Defregger Alps. Only about 2,300 inhabitants live in the enchanting, traditionally shaped villages, most of which are located at altitudes between just under 1,200 m and about 1,500 m. The villages are situated in the heart of the Alps. Scattered …
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Resorts Plan de Corones (Kronplatz)

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