Winter on the Seiser Alm/Alpe di Siusi in the Dolomites
When winter draws in, bringing with it ice and snow, the Seiser Alm/Alpe di Siusi in the Dolomites transforms into an enchanting sea of white. With ski slopes, cross-country skiing trails, tobogganing fun and lots more.
Gröden-Seiser Alm/Val Gardena-Alpe di Siusi skiing area in the Dolomites
With 175 kilometres of slope, the Gröden-Seiser Alm/Val Gardena-Alpe di Siusi skiing area offers the right thing for every winter sport athlete. The ski area is an ideal choice for families and beginners. There are, of course, demanding slopes for ambitious skiers as well.
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The connection to Sella Ronda
The Sellarunde/Sella Ronda is a world renowned ski tour around the Sellamassiv/Sella Massif in the Dolomites. Numerous lifts and 26 kilometres of ski slope over four passes connect the Ladin valleys of Gröden/Val Gardena, Alta Badia, Arabba and Fassa. The Sella Ronda is a highlight for every skier in the Seiser Alm/Alpe di Siusi holiday region.
Snowpark King Laurin
The King Laurin Snowpark on the Seiser Alm/Alpe di Siusi has been the best snow park in Italy for some years now. However, it is also one of the biggest. 70 obstacles are installed in the Easy, Medium and Pro Lines and ensure ideal skiing fun: rails, kickers, boxes and whoops leave nothing to be desired.
Cross-country skiing on the Seiser Alm/Alpe di Siusi
The Seiser Alm/Alpe di Siusi is the cross-country skiing mecca of South Tyrol per se. The 80 kilometres of cross-country trails coupled with the unique landscape are unparalleled. Whether skating or classic, whether beginners or professionals. There’s room for every cross-country skier here, as the cross-country trails have double or quadruple tracks. The national cross-country skiing teams of Norway, Sweden, USA and Italy also enjoy the unique conditions to be found on the Seiser Alm/Alpe di Siusi: perfectly groomed cross-country trails, unique landscape, almost always perfect weather and the altitude of 1,800-2,200 metres.
Have you already tried the Moonlight Classic cross-country ski race by moonlight?
Snowshoe hiking in an unspoilt landscape
Those who feel uncomfortable on a fast surface can explore the Seiser Alm/Alpe di Siusi on snowshoe hikes. The gentle exploration of the Dolomites in all their snow-covered glory is an ideal alternative to rapid descents.