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You can experience the best adventures in the Alpe di Siusi holiday region!

Experience paradise on the Alpe di Siusi and the beautiful nature in the Sciliar area. Because of their unique beauty, in June 2009 UNESCO declared the Dolomites and the Alpe di Siusi a natural world heritage site. Whether spring, summer, autumn or winter, every season has its own special features.

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The hiking trails around the Alpe di Siusi offer magnificent views of the mountains of the Dolomites.

Find your favorite way!

450 km of hiking trails around the Alpe di Siusi.

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To swim

Visit the Völser Weiher (4.9 km away) or the large outdoor pool in Telfen (3.4 km away) for swimming.


Opening times from mid-May to mid-September daily. 9 a.m. - 9 p.m. Swimming pool (solar heated) - children's pool (solar heated)

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To ski

On the Alpe di Siusi in South Tyrol, a skiing holiday can be optimally combined with a unique landscape experience. On the sun-kissed, wide pistes of the Alpe di Siusi, pleasure skiers in particular get their money's worth.


In the 2022/2023 winter season, the ski area is open from December 7th, 2022 to April 11th, 2023.



With a park line 1.5 kilometers long and around 70 obstacles, the Seiser Alm snow park is the largest snow park in South Tyrol and one of the largest in Europe.


cross country skiing

Those who want to devote themselves to cross-country skiing in South Tyrol are in the right place on the Alpe di Siusi trails in the heart of the Dolomites. 80 kilometers of cross-country trails lead over the Alpe di Siusi at an altitude of between 1,800 and 2,200 meters.



The landscape of the Alpe di Siusi invites you to snowshoe tours in winter. Around 50 kilometers of snowshoe trails offer a lot of variety there.



Experience Europe's largest mountain pasture on the backs of Haflinger, Quarter and pony horses and enjoy the view of the Dolomite peaks.

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27 well-balanced, well-signposted running routes with a total length of 240 kilometers invite you to run around the Alpe di Siusi in South Tyrol.

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The Dolomites in South Tyrol are a unique climbing area. The massifs of Rosengarten and Schlern are legendary, which make climbing an experience with their mighty cliffs and bizarre rock needles.

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The tour network of the Val Gardena / Alpe di Siusi bike region covers 1,000 kilometers. 19 mountain bike tours offer variety for every type: from technically demanding climbs to rapid descents.

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Glide through the air with a paraglider and experience the unique mountain world of the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage from above.


carriage ride

Ride in a horse-drawn carriage across Europe's largest high mountain pasture and enjoy a unique panorama of the Dolomite peaks of Sassolungo, Plattkofel and Schlern: the carriage ride starts at the information office on Alpe di Siusi (Compatsch).

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