Alpe di Siusi
In the heart of the Dolomites: The fascination of the Alpe di Siusi
With an area of approximately 57 square kilometres, the Alpe di Siusi is the largest alpine pasture in Europe and a unique jewel in the middle of the imposing Dolomites.
The Alpe di Siusi stretches at an altitude of between 1,800 and 2,200 metres above sea level and therefore offers not only impressive Alpine scenery, but also a balanced climate that makes it a popular destination at any time of year.
The Alpe di Siusi is not only a paradise for nature lovers, but also for outdoor enthusiasts. Hikers can enjoy countless trails and paths through picturesque valleys, forests and flowering alpine meadows. The views of the surrounding Dolomites are breathtaking and include imposing peaks such as the Sassolungo and Sassopiatto groups.
In winter, the Alpe di Siusi is transformed into an Eldorado for skiers and snowboarders. A well-developed network of pistes and cross-country ski trails, integrated into the Dolomiti Superski, stretches across the entire Alpe di Siusi and offers both beginners and advanced skiers the opportunity to explore the snow-covered landscape.
In addition to sporting activities, the Alpe di Siusi also offers a variety of traditional mountain huts and gourmet restaurants, where South Tyrolean hospitality is lived and the culinary delights of the region are celebrated.