winter season 2021/22 at kronplatz

Long and eagerly we have waited to welcome you back to the ski area Kronplatz. Now the time has finally come again!

With the usual hospitality and quality, on November 27, we start in the winter season 2021/22. The health and safety of our guests and employees are very close to our hearts. Therefore, we have developed a protection concept to prevent the spread of the Sars-CoV-2 virus. For this reason, we ask you to comply with the applicable measures and regulations.

We wish you a safe and relaxing stay at Kronplatz and lots of fun and enjoyment on the slopes!

 

Last update 01/04/2022

Back on the slopes again

Winter sports enthusiasts will be able to enjoy safely the Dolomites by following guidelines: 

  • From  01/04/2022, a Green Pass certificate is no longer required for access to the lifts.
  • In all lifts a FFP2 face mask is compulsory (form 6 years o.a. on). 
  • The capacity on the closed lifts (cable cars, gondolas and chairlifts with canopy) will be reduced to 80 %, while the capacity on the open lifts will not be reduced. 

The Green Pass control guidelines will be published here as soon as they are defined. 

 

ENTRY TO ITALY

For the entry to Italy you need:

The following documents are required for entry into Italy (you must have no Covid symptoms):

Registration requirement: all arrivals must complete the digital passenger locator form (dPLFbefore entering Italy and provide proof of their registration either digitally or on paper when requested by officials.

Burden of proof: When entering the country, you must carry the EU's digital Covid certificate (Green Pass) or an equivalent certificate stating that you:

  • are fully vaccinated with an EMA-approved vaccine (the vaccination cycle must not be older than 9 months).
  • have recovered (the infection must have occurred no more than 6 months ago).
  • have tested negative (a negative PCR test not older than 72 hours or a negative antigen test that is not older than 24 hours).

Those who have not been vaccinated, tested or recovered are allowed to enter Italy, but must go into a five-day quarantine at the address given in the dPLF and take a Covid-19 test at the end of the quarantine period.

Children under 6 years of age are exempt from the requirement to present a negative Covid-19 test.

Those entering who have received a full cycle of vaccinations for more than 6 months or have been Covid recovered for more than 6 months may be eligible for activities and services that require the Super Green Pass if any of these terms apply:

  • negative Covid-19 molecular (PCR) test with a negative result (valid for 72 hours)
  • negative Covid-19 antigen test with a negative result (valid for 48 hours)

Entrants/guests must have a negative test result for the entire duration of their stay; this means that a molecular test or an antigen test must be carried out every 72 or 48 hours respectively.

This regulation also applies to guests who have a Corona vaccination with a vaccine not recognised by the EMA, such as Sputnik.

 

From April 1, 2022 there are new relaxations and security measures in South Tyrol. Here you can find information about the Super Green Pass 2G and Green Pass 3G: Green Pass.

number of visitor's forecast

Based on the data available to us from previous years, we have created an overview, which shows the number of visitors in the ski area.

The preview is a forecast and could be influenced by weather conditions, snow conditions and other factors.

 

All information is without guarantee.

Here you can download the forecast "Number of skiers":

>Open forecast

HELP US TO KEEP YOU AND OTHERS SAFE

Please follow our instructions to help protect yourself and others at all times. If we all do our bit, you will be sure to enjoy your winter holidays at Kronplatz to the full.

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