I would like to add here that I always wanted to go to the Alpe di Siusi in winter and absolutely wanted to ski cross-country up here, because up here there is also a fantastic, dreamlike panorama. Well, I thought 1900 hm nothing can go wrong, there is always snow: (I was wrong, because up to Austria and on the way back from Brenner / Austria was plenty of snow only in South Tyrol not The snow clouds are just not over the Alps Anyway, if you like it, alpine was relatively easy everywhere, cross-country skiing from the hundreds of km just about 15 km from Compatsch, but I have to say that we hiked a lot or just went for a walk and the dreamlike ambience made up for the lack of snow.
For those who like nature, mountains and South Tyrol, it is a must to get active on the Alpe di Siusi or just to relax and sunbathe. Also biking is fantastic here, this will be my next stay in South Tyrol.
January 27, 2017
If you like South Tyrol, you might like the Alpe di Sole. Wonderful air up here at about 2000 meters. Fantastic panorama, wonderful ambience to relax and very nice for hiking, walking and especially great for biking; There you can explore in a short time many beautiful corners and places and enjoy the mountain air and the mountains.
January 27, 2017
The Alpe di Siusi is the largest alpine pasture in Europe. A hiking and skiing Eldorado!
The Alm has a size of 56 km ², located at an altitude of 1680 m s.l.m. to 2350 m s.l.m., and is one of the largest closed plateaus in the Alps. The Schlern, the Roterdspitze and the Rosszähne delimit the Alpe di Siusi to the southwest. To the southeast, the striking mountain massif of the Langkofelgruppe joins. To the north, the Alpe di Siusi falls behind the Randerhebungen Puflatsch and Pizberg to Val Gardena. In the west, the area sinks over the upstream Schlern area towards Eisacktal.
August 25, 2017
Anyone looking for the "Almfrieden" has lost nothing on the Alpe di Siusi. Countless paths and felt as many lifts lead to the pasture. Once at the top one expects a small Disneyland of the Alps at about 1800 meters. There are hotels including an indoor pool, a small golf course as well as various shops and souvenir shops. Tired hikers can also explore the plateau on a coach or bus ride. Compensation for this alpine hustle is in the form of a unique mountain panorama. Of course, the Seiser Alm is also the starting point for many hiking and cycling tours. As a family or adventure trip thoroughly recommended.
July 28, 2018
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