Discover the Dolomites the most traditional way as you gaze far and wide over the endless mountains of the Dolomites, at one with the boundless countryside: Summer on the Alpe di Siusi/Seiser Alm promises it all.
If you come to the Dolomites with hiking in mind, you will find breathtaking countryside around the Alpe di Siusi: The Dolomites, most beautiful mountains in the world and Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2009, with the characteristic peaks of the Sasso Lungo/Langkofel, Sasso Piatto/Plattkofel and the Sciliar/Schlern. Alongside the incredible mountain peaks you will find blossoming mountain meadows with over 790 species of flowers and ferns, 300 days of sun and 56 square kilometres of Europe’s largest mountain plateau: an irresistible call to the Alpe di Siusi and a hiking holiday in the Dolomites.
The Alpe di Siusi holiday area boasts 450 kilometres of hiking trails to suit every taste: Leisure hikers can head out on a mountain cabin tour, while the more ambitious will be drawn to the peaks of the Dolomites. Farm-to-farm walks, tours of the mountain meadows and culinary hikes at the foot of the Alpe di Siusi are also a great attraction for long walks in spring and autumn. For a safe adventure in the mountains, Alpine hikers can place their trust in the experience of an expert hiking or mountain guide and set out together on a trekking tour in the Dolomites. On a guided tour, your hiking and mountain guides will offer you a glimpse into the flora and fauna world of the mountains of the Dolomites, and the chance to follow the trail of the Sciliar witches or discover the geological peculiarities of the Dolomites. Numerous trails have a theme which is closely linked to the Alpe di Siusi: from the Geologist’s trail to the Aica di Fiè/Oachner Höfeweg Farm Trail through to the “Path of Legends” saga trail.
Whether you opt for a tour of the peaks or the taverns, trekking or a leisurely stroll, the Dolomites and the Alpe di Siusi are home to all the countryside and nature that you could ever wish for, whatever your age, fitness or experience. And as you walk, you will find numerous Alpine huts and traditional Buschenschank taverns along the trails to treat yourself to a break and some pleasant company along with a traditional Dolomite meal.