A challenge for ski aces: The Hernegg run in the Plan de Corones/Kronplatz ski resort is long and ultra black. The Plan de Corones ski resort is unique in boasting six superb summit-to-valley runs, the longest of which is the 5.1 km Herrnegg piste. It snakes in broad sweeps from the rounded summit down to Riscone/Reischach and is laid out to make it suitable for World Cup races. The 2,275 m (7,464 ft) high Plan de Corones mountain is girdled by a broad belt of coniferous forest, while the rounded summit resembles a high plateau with a grandiose 360° panorama taking in the Dolomites to the south and the Zillertal Alps to the north. With a total of 116 kilometres of downhill runs, all covered by state-of-the-art snow-making equipment and all perfectly groomed, the Plan de Corones resort offers plenty for everybody, from families with small children to professional competition skiers. Most runs are rated medium, though there are plenty of black runs to challenge even the most experienced skiers. Furthermore there is very little "down time", given that the 31 lift systems together have a capacity of 70,491 passengers per hour.