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Skiing Alpe di Siusi The Alpe di Siusi in winter
enticingly soft expanses of snow are conducive to getting out into the great outdoors regardless of wintry temperatures.

Explorers in the snow
Everyone will be able to use their own transport of choice and immerse themselves in this tranquil winter wonderland.

Putting one foot in front of the other on the 60 kilometres of winter walking paths, or cutting across the pillowy banks of snow on snow shoes. There are over 60 kilometres of ski pistes to race down, powdery slopes to steadily walk up on touring skis before descending, or 80 kilometres of runs to be explored taking powerful diagonal or skating strides on cross-country skis

The choice between tobogganing down the winding track as a group effort whooping all the way, or sharing a sledge in a romantic twosome beneath clear skies and fairytale-like horizons is a tricky one, but you can try something new every day!
Alpe di Siusi in the summer Alpe di Siusi in summer
Langkofel, Plattkofel, Schlern, Rosengarten – these huge and striking mountains with their unmistakeable shapes create a fitting backdrop to picturesque Alpine countryside. Picture postcard motifs everywhere you look. The Seiser Alm is the largest high mountain pasture in Europe and many a visitor has been known to consider it the finest. After all, it is surrounded by pale mountains that form part of a UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site: the Dolomites.

Boundless walking, hiking, striding, ascending … and climbing
The far-off meadows stretch away, gently undulating towards the mountains. Dabbed with green and bright colour, they veil the land like a fragrant carpet. Dotted around a mountain hut, field or alpine dwelling. Criss-crossed with hiking paths. The network of routes across the Seiser Alm measures 350 kilometres! A paradise for keen hikers, nature lovers and mountaineers.

Not just for engaging the senses
Yet these idyllic mountain pastures also lend themselves to being explored when you exchange your walking boots for running, climbing or cycling shoes. This is a veritable playground for sporty people! After so much action, you can enjoy tucking into typical hearty South Tyrolean cuisine. Traditional desserts will also find a place on the palates and in the hearts of gourmets in the form of 'Plentenen Knödel' (buckwheat dumplings), sweet 'Muas', (fried dessert made from flour), apple strudel and 'Kirchtagskrapften' doughnuts for special occasions. Foodies are always in season here.
Seiser Alm skiing; outdor app; hiking, Bergsteigen Alpe di Siusi Outdoor-App
The free Outdoor App is the ideal tool for on-site tour planning. The App, with detailed maps, leads you on hiking tours, mountain tours, fixed-rope routes, mountain bike tours and running trails in the Dolomites.

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