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Seiser Alm Ski Resort

Kastelruth, Seis am Schlern, Völs am Schlern, Compatsch, Tiers am Rosengarten, Alpe di Siusi

Seiser Alm
Trail Map Seiser Alm

Current Offer

  • Accommodation as booked
  • Board as booked
  • 2 days, 3 days, 4 days or 6 days lift pass Val Gardena/Alpe di Siusi (value of lift pass up to €282) Exceptions see booking process
  • Use of spa area (as per description)
  • Use of fitness room
Travel Deals & Tips
Official Review
The Seiser Alm is absolutely perfect for all beginners of skiing and for families with children. Especially these groups will enjoy a wide range of offers and blue marked slopes that are not very...
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last update on Jun 9, 2020
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Mountain Stats

Elevation5476 ft - 7283 ft
Opening DayDec 5, 2019
Closing DayMar 9, 2020
Capacity 37104 Persons/Hr.

Lift Ticket Prices

1 day adult €57
1 day youth €40
All rates & fees


Total 21
Hours8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Skiable Terrain

Overall Slope Length 39.1 miles
Number of Slopes 66

Interesting facts

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  • Offering 39 miles of slopes and terrain, Seiser Alm is among the 10 largest Ski Resorts in South Tyrol.
  • Seiser Alm is among the 15 best rated Ski Resorts in Italy.
  • It is among the 10 most family-friendly ski Resorts in Italy.
  • The vertical drop from summit to base is 1808 ft. The average difference in altitude between base and summit of Ski Resorts in Italy is 2694 ft. The ski resort takes you to an elevation of 7283 ft.
  • Season starts on Dec 5 and ends on Mar 9 (95 days). Average season duration in Italy is 101 days.
  • Average snow depth during the season (Dec 5 to Mar 9) is 26 " at summit elevation and 1 inch at base elevation. Snow coverage is usually best during March, offering an average snow depth of 35 " at summit elevation and 2 " at the base.
  • Seiser Alm features 61 sunny days on average per season. The average for all ski Resorts in Italy is 57 sunny days. February is the sunniest month with an average of 22 sunny days. This makes the ski resort one of the 3 sunniest in South Tyrol.

Magazine Articles

The Ski Resort

© Seiser Alm Marketing - IDM Harald Wisthaler
Located in the heart of the dolomite’s in Southern Tyrol, Seiser Alm is part of UNESCO world heritage. It´s not only the beautiful setting that makes this ski resort special. The Seiser Alm provides 60 kilometers (37 miles) of trails for all abilities. It is listed among the family-friendliest ski resorts for a good reason. Most slopes are for beginners and intermediate skiers. A ski kindergarten for the youngest kids is part of the service. Older kids get the chance to experiment on their skis or improve their skills in local ski schools where instructors will do their best to build skills and confidence quickly. Once the little ones feel safe enough they can explore the ski resort by themselves or test their new techniques at the kids terrain park. It even has a  bouncy castle and a railway for kids! No worries, there´s a terrain park with boxes and kickers for older fun-seekers as well.

Don´t miss the Sellaronda if you decide for a vacation at Seisler Alm. Let´s be honest, the 26 kilometer (16 miles) long skiing circuit takes some physical fitness but it is so worth it! The breathtaking view of the dolomite’s will blow your mind away. Take the ski bus to Monte Pana or ski down to Saltria and take the ski bus from there to Monte Pana, where you have access to Sellaronda. Overall are the trails unbelievably rich in variety. You´ll find more challenging trails at Puflatsch.

Seisler Alm is directly connected with ski resort Gröden. Combined you get 175 kilometers (108,7 miles) of pure ski pleasure and the biggest ski area in the ski association of Dolomites Superski.

Snow Safety & Snowmaking

Snowmaking Share
Snow Making Machines: 70
Snowphone+39 0471 709600
Average snow depth of the last years (Summit)
(in ")

Must-Ski Runs

Longest Runs

Length: 1.6 miles
Vertical Drop: 1476.4 ft

Most Difficult Runs

Length: 0.6 miles
Vertical Drop: 984.3 ft


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© Seiser Alm Marketing - Helmuth Rier
You see, there are more than enough choices to go skiing but exciting adventures apart from that are awaiting you. You have the choice between seven toboggan runs in the resort. The longest by far is Zalling tobaggon run with its 5 km (3,1 miles). If you´re up for a special experience try tobogganing at full moon.

Aside from all the other winter activities, you´ll find 30 km (18,6 miles) of winter hiking trails around Kastelruth, Völs, Seis at Schlern and Seisler Alm. The winter hiking trail from Compatsch to Saltria is particularly beautiful and you can try hiking it as a circular hiking trail too. Snowshoe hiking is another fun activity and really common in this area. Off to the side paths, through the snow-covered landscape and if you´re fortunate, you´ll get to see one or the other wild animal.

Less exhausting, but same amount of fun is a horse sleigh ride. Slowly, accompanied by fine tinkling of little bells goes the ride through the dreamy winter landscape.
Number toboggan runs: 10
Toboggan hire

Après-Ski and Nightlife

Bars and Pubs: 19
Clubs: 1

Dining and Restaurants

© Seiser Alm Marketing - IDM Harald Wisthaler
A stay at Seiser Alm is a delight for the palate. Countless mountain hats and restaurants serve best South Tyrolean specialties. From traditional to sophisticated - there is something for every taste and budget. Recommended here are for example Berghaus Zallinger at Seiser Alm, the restaurant Zum Turm in old town of Karlsruth and Vigilerhof in Seis at Schlern.

Infrastructure & Rental


Skischools: 2
Snowboardschools: 2
Cross Country Lessons
Freestyle Lessons

Ski Rental

Ski Depot
Sports Store
Ski Rental
Snowboard Rental
Cross Country Ski Rental

Affiliate Shops

Ski Rentals Seiser Alm (4)

Getting here

© Seiser Alm Marketing - Helmuth Rier
By car
Take the highway A22 and exit at Klausen-Seiser Alm/Schlerngebiet. From there it´s only 25 km (18,6 miles) until you reach your destination.

By train
You can catch Inter City and Euro City trains in Brixen and Bozen. From here you have bus connections to surrounding villages of Seiser Alm.


Seiser Alm Marketing
Dorfstraße 15
Völs am Schlern
Phone+39 0471 709600
Fax+39 0471 704199
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