Skigebiet Seiser Alm - Comprensorio sciistico Alpe di Siusi

The ski area Alpe di Siusi

The ski area Alpe di Siusi features a wide range of winter sport activities, wide well-snowed and groomed ski slopes of every degree of difficulty and the convenience of modern aerial lifts.

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A complete network of modern aerial lifts and more than 60 km of perfectly-groomed ski courses amidst a breathtaking landscape of the Dolomites are the best prerequisites for an exciting and relaxing winter holiday for the whole family.

In the Alpe di Siusi skiers will find a variety of skiing destinations with connections to neighboring ski areas in the Val Gardena and Sellaronda.

The broad, treeless ski slopes of the Alpe di Siusi are perfect for every skiing technique, from traditional skiing, carving, to snowboarding.

An extensive snowboarding park equipped with a 110 meter long halfpipe, several jumps, rails and quarters as well as spectacular racing courses with stop-watch and speed measurement complete the picture.

The cableway Alpe di Siusi is the departure point to the Alpe di Siusi.

The Val Gardena / Alpe di Siusi ski area has slopes surrounded by the spectacular rock formations Sassolungo, Odle, Cir, Sassopiatto and Sciliar.

Dolomiti Superki

Dolomiti Superski guarantees you 12 different ski areas and 1,200 km of snow covered slopes with just a single skipass. In all of the Dolomiti Superski areas there are ample spaces of super fresh snow for "off piste" skiing.

In the context of Dolomiti Superski, the Alpe di Siusi presents itself as an extremely progressive alpine ski sport resort.

The Dolomites

Climbing in the best known and spectacular mountains in the Alps

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Sciliar plateau
Sciliar plateau

The highest plateau in Europe, situated in the middle of the Dolomites

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Lake Monticolo
Bolzano surroundings

Cycle paths, lake Caldaro and lake Monticolo, the castles

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Merano's Alta Via
Merano's Alta Via

The path 24 encompasses the reserve of the Tessa mountains

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