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San Martino in Badia

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73 % Recommendation rate:

Resort 7.0
Ski area 9.1
Information about the ski area
Plan de Corones
Highest point: 2,275 m
Lowest point: 973 m
Altitude ski resort: 1,135 m
Lifts in total: 32
Tow lifts: 6
Chair lifts: 4
Gondola lift: 22
Pistes in total: 119 km
Pistes:
52 km
Pistes:
42 km
Pistes:
25 km
Ski routes: 0 km

Ski area Plan de Corones

Ski area Plan de Corones

With the "Plan de Corones“ lift pass, you'll have access to plenty of skiing fun along 119 km of piste around the Plan de Corones (2,275 m), Southern Tyrol's No. 1 skiing mountain. From December to April, the ski area is considered snow sure, with plenty of snow cannons making sure to keep it that way. The 119 km of piste and 32 modern lifts between 973 and 2,275 m altitude help you to have an unforgettable experience, whether beginner, expert, or somewhere in between.

With the "Piculin" gondola, you can head up from the Pikolein district straight into the ski area. Thanks to this lift connection, Plan de Corones is connected to both the Alta Badia ski area in the south as well as the popular Sellarunde. A shuttle bus runs here as well.

Plan de Corones as a whole counts as a family-friendly ski area with plenty of offers for children. Families and beginners should be sure to check out the "CroniExpress" with its 8-person gondola. Here, you'll find a 100 m wide piste with a difference of 160 m in altitude. At the peak of Plan de Corones, the "Croniworld" offers a place for parents to watch their children's progress while enjoying a gorgeous 360° panoramic view.

Experienced winter sports fans can test their skills on the steep paths of the two valley runs, "Sylvester" and "Herrnegg". For night owls, two illuminated pistes are also available to enjoy. Snowboarders can also let off steam on the halfpipe. Hardly any other ski areas presents itself as so diverse as Plan de Corones. The area is also known for hosting various sporting events such as the Snowboard World Cup.

During the previous season the Plan de Corones was upgraded: the popular Sonnenlift was replaced, completely renewed and many new features like heated seats and protective covers were added. The Miara cabins now have free Wi-Fi and the artificial snow-making facilities were improved. The 19/20 season also offers a new gondola as a replacement for the old Rara chairlift. The "Skitrans Bronta" is one of the shortest 12-person gondolas in the world and connects the valley station of the "Miara" gondola with the "Pedagá".

For an even larger selection of pistes, you can book the "Dolomiti Superski" upgrade, of which grants you access to 1,200 km of piste and 450 lifts! In "Plan de Corones", you will have access to free Wi-Fi hotspots at various lift pass distributors. When choosing the "Dolomiti Superski" upgrade, you'll also have access to several other Wi-Fi hotspots at mountain stations and eateries throughout the varying ski areas.
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Night skiing San Martino in Badia

The ski region Plan de Corones offers extended skiing fun with several night ski areas. One attractive piste with floodlight can be found nearby Riscone. Night skiing here takes place on the 1.7 km "Korer" piste. Every Tuesday and Friday from 19:00 - 21:30, night owls can extend their skiing day until late in the evening. Tobogganing is also allowed on the piste and sledges can be hired on site.

Another piste for skiing at night-time can be found in Terenten. The 1.3 km piste is illuminated every Tuesday and Friday during the extended opening hours from 19:00 - 21:30. The Guggenberg lift in Taisten and the approx. 1.5 km piste operate for night skiing every Friday from 19:30 - 22:00. Additionally, a 700 m piste is illuminated for night skiing in San Vigilio di Marebbe. There, the Cianross lift is open every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday from 20:00 - 22:00 each.

Après ski San Martino in Badia

The ski area Plan de Corones offers quite a lively après ski scene. The main events takes place at the valley stations in Brunico and Valdaora. Here, you can choose between several classic après ski bars. The quiet village of San Martino in Badia, on the other hand, is the perfect place to relax after a day on skis. Part of the recreational programme are winter hikes up to Thurn castle or to the various toboggan runs. Above the district Campill you can find the toboggan run "Pares-Plan Raciogn" which can be reached after a 2 hour way up. The toboggan run is 5 km run and suitable for the whole family. The toboggan run "Börn" is located at Würzjoch, above Antermoia. It is approx. 2.4 km long and its starting point can be reached after an hour's walk. The ski area Plan de Corones also has two attractive toboggan runs: The "Korer" run is located at the valley station in Riscone, the "Ciancross" run is nearby the valley station in San Vigilio di Marebbe.

Furthermore, San Martino in Badia is a wonderful place for snow shoe hikes. Five easy to intermediates tours from 3.6 km to 12 km are waiting to be explored. Several beautiful routes for ski touring are also available. For example, a challenging, approx. 10 km ski tour leads from Campill up to the local mountain Peitlerkofel.

Snowpark: Snowpark Kronplatz San Martino in Badia

From its wonderful panorama to its high quality of pistes, the ski area Plan de Corones meets all ambitious winter sports fans' expectations. Freestylers can let of steam shredding and jibbing in two snowparks at Plan de Corones.

The "Easy Park" is located at 2,230 m, right below the "Belvedere" mountain station and is the perfect park for beginners. The obstacles at easy levels spread over a length of 800 m and ease the way into the world of freestyling. Kicker, boxes, rails, a truck tire and a 130 m half pipe care for the necessary elevation.

Another fun adventure can be in the "Jib Park" located on the "Korer" piste nearby the "Bruneck/Reischach" valley station. Various obstacles on a length of 300 m invite bold beginners to face to challenge so that they can once be one of the professionals.
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Expert rating report Plan de Corones

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