Whether you’re into hiking, running, mountain climbing and rope climbing or cycling, if you want to connect with an authentic landscape on your summer holiday, the Seiser Alm/Alpe di Siusi is the right place. 300 days of sunshine a year, mild weather, and a variety of heights make the the Seiser Alm/Alpe di Siusi the perfect destination for an unforgettable Dolomite summer. Enjoy Europe’s largest mountain pasture. You can expect varied plant life and grandiose mountain peaks such as Schlern, Langkofel and Plattkofel as well as the Rosengarten. Modern mountain cable cars and good bus connections mean you’ll reach your destinations or starting points on the Seiser Alm/Alpe di Siusi quickly and comfortably.
Hike on the largest high alpine pasture in Europe
Discover South Tyrol while hiking on the Seiser Alm/Alpe di Siusi, enjoy unique views and vistas of the Dolomites and feel nature up close. 450 kilometres of hiking trails for every taste and level await you: amateur hikers can enjoy a hut tour, more ambitious hikers can set off on summit tours.
600 km bike trails at two altitudes
The tour network of the Seiser Alm/Alpe di Siusi and Gröden/Val Gardena bike region comprises 600 kilometres of cycle routes at two altitudes. The tours on the Seiser Alm/Alpe di Siusi and the villages of Kastelruth/Castelrotto, Seis am Schlern/Siusi allo Sciliar, Völs am Schlern/Fiè allo Sciliar and Tiers am Rosengarten/Tires al Catinaccio, which are about 1,000 metres lower down, make biking possible in every season.
Your biking holiday in South Tyrol with us offers a wide selection of tours for every level: from technically demanding climbs and rapid descents to easy tours with around 200 to 300 metres in altitude. If you’re looking for a challenge you can pedal away at an altitude of up to 2,500 metres. Thanks to the summer lifts, large differences in altitude don’t pose a challenge, and bike transport is sometimes even free of charge.
Climbing into the heart of the Dolomites
A climbing area par excellence: the Seiser Alm/Alpe di Siusi Dolomites region. The Rosengarten and the Schlern are legendary. With their mighty wall drops, majestic towers and steep gullies, they’re not only unmistakable, but also make climbing an experience with an adrenaline kick.
On impressive via ferratas, climbing fans experience the panorama of the Dolomites close enough to touch. The Seiser Alm/Alpe di Siusi region in South Tyrol offers via ferratas for beginners and advanced climbers.
Running Park Seiser Alm/Alpe di Siusi
The Seiser Alm/Alpe di Siusi region has everything runners could want: the Running Park Seiser Alm in South Tyrol offers around 240 kilometres of running trails of varying degrees of difficulty. Eight of the 20 well-signposted running trails are located on Europe's largest high alpine pasture, the Seiser Alm/Alpe di Siusi, twelve trails in the villages of Kastelruth/Castelrotto, Seis am Schlern/Siusi allo Sciliar, Völs am Schlern/Fiè allo Sciliar and Tiers am Rosengarten/Tires al Catinaccio, and the mountain trails mostly in Tiers am Rosengarten/Tires al Catinaccio. Whether you’re following the 18.4 km Plattkofel Trail, the easy Beginners’ Run or the challenging mountain trails, the Running Park offers the ideal route for every type of runner.
Discover the Seiser Alm/Alpe di Siusi together
Family holiday in South Tyrol? The Seiser Alm/Alpe di Siusi Dolomites region is a great place to go: there are activities and walks for adventurers young and old. Hike with your children to the where Schlern/Sciliar witches used to gather and follow in the footsteps of local knights. The Hexenquellen (“witches’ springs”) barefoot adventure trail will guide you in the right direction. The themed trails of the Seiser Alm/Alpe di Siusi make hiking an adventure for the whole family. Guided hikes with experiences on the farm, in nature or through the forest at night, as well as exploratory tours in the Schlern-Rosengarten Nature Reserve are also on the hiking programme for families.
Woohoo - family time!