This year Kronplatz has again the honor of being the venue for a women's giant slalom: On January 30, 2024, the Ski World Cup on the Erta slope goes into the next round! The world's best female ski racers will show their skills on the challenging Erta and give everything to grab the hard-fought Kronplatz crown.
The Erta slope is quite impressive - with a length of 1,325 m, a difference in altitude of 405 m and a maximum gradient of 61%, it demands the utmost skill and a large portion of courage from the participants.
Daniele Kastlunger – President OC Al Plan Events
"Our know-how, our enthusiasm, the challenging course and the quality of the infrastructure guarantee high level events and we are proud to have been awarded the eight World Cup race also for the winter 2023/24. So, we are motivated and well organized for granting a good race as usual. Of course, we hope that we can again welcome the large audience that participated to the event over the past few years. To all ski women our best wishes for the race in January."
In a magnificent demonstration of teamwork and shared passion for skiing, the five ski resorts that host a total of 10 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup races have come together in perfect harmony. From the impressive SASLONG in Val Gardena/Gröden to the legendary GRAN RISA in Alta Badia, the thrilling OLIMPIA DELLE TOFANE in Cortina d'Ampezzo, the challenging ERTA on Plan de Corones/Kronplatz and the breathtaking final run LA VOLATA in Val di Fassa/Fassa, these ski areas have not only created a backdrop for top-class sport, but are also closely connected with each other and with Dolomiti Superski. This harmonious collaboration enables an incomparable ski season that inspires and delights skiers, spectators and the entire ski community alike.Dolomiti Superski