Where the Dolomites are at their most beautiful!

Where the Dolomites are at their most beautiful!

Hiking

Discover the Dolomites the most traditional way as you gaze far and wide over the endless mountains of the Dolomites, at one with the boundless countryside: Summer on the Alpe di Siusi promises it all.

Golf

The S. Vigilio/Siusi golf course is set in the breathtaking landscape of the Dolomites in the Alps. The pleasantly fresh high-altitude climate, the unique natural surroundings and the view over the Sciliar/Schlern make golfing on the 18-hole golf course an unusual experience indeed.

Swimming

The Laghetto di Fiè Lake is classed as one of the cleanest swimming lakes in Italy: in 2017, Legambiente, the largest environmental association in Italy, awarded Italy’s best ecosystems with the “5 vele”. Among the 3 top exemplary lakes we find the Laghetto di Fiè.

Riding

Horse riding is a fabulous way of exploring the Dolomites. Discover Europe’s largest high mountain plateau on the back of Haflinger, quarters and ponies and enjoy the views over the peaks of the Dolomites. 300 days of sun a year make riding in the Dolomites all the more enjoyable.

Skiing

On the Alpe di Siusi/Seiser Alm in the Dolomites, you can combine your skiing holiday with all the breathtaking beauty of the countryside. On the wide, sun-kissed slopes of the Alpe di Siusi, skiers who are looking for fun will find everything.

Snowboard

Having landed a triple win of Best Park, Best Innovation, Best Marketing, Best Project and Best Event at the 2018 Skipass Awards, the Seiser Alm Snow Park in the Dolomites is, for the 5th time in a raw, officially Italy’s best snow park.

snowshoeing

Snow lovers will find everything they could wish for on a snowshoe walk or winter hike through the Seiser Alm holiday area.

Cross-country skiing

When you’re cross-country skiing over the Seiser Alm, you don’t just get the vastness of Europe’s largest mountain plateau to enjoy.

Sledding

Racing down the toboggan slopes, toboggan parties with friends by the light of the full moon as you feast your eyes on the view over the nearby Dolomite peaks: Tobogganing in the Alpe di Siusi holiday area in the Dolomites is an incredible experience.

Winter walking

The Alpe di Siusi holiday area in the Dolomites is crisscrossed by groomed winter walking trails covering more than 60km. Discover the most beautiful winter tours.

Running

The high altitudes of the running trails, between 900 and 2,300 m, make the Alpe di Siusi holiday area the ideal destination for running in the Dolomites from April right through to November.

Climbing

The Dolomites in the Alps are a unique climbing retreat. The legendary Catinaccio and Sciliar massifs with their jagged peaks, surreal rocky needles and steep gullies make climbing a memorable experience indeed.

Bike

You can experience all of this on cycling tours around the Alpe di Siusi. The tour network of the cycling region of Gardena/Alpe di Siusi covers 1,000 kilometres of cycling routes at two different altitudes.

Paragliding

Discover the most beautiful mountains in the world, the Dolomites, from a bird’s eye perspective: When Europe’s largest high mountain plateau is covered over with a thick layer of snow, it’s time to paraglide up to the lofty heights for a better look. Glide out from the Puflatsch down to the valley with an experienced glider;

Ice skating

In winter, the Laghetto di Fiè transforms into an outdoor ice rink. Backed by the imposing backdrop of the Sciliar, winter fans glide over the ice and enjoy the utter peace in the heart of the nature reserve of the Sciliar-Rosengarten.

Horse-drawn sleighs

Winter fans will love a horse-drawn sleigh ride, with the rhythm of the hooves and bells tingling on the Haflinger’s bridle to accompany you on your way over the deep snows of the Alpe di Siusi in the Dolomites. Breathtaking scenery Romantic trips for two Tours begin near the mountain station.

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