The Ski Resort
On the Seiser Alm in the heart of the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage in South Tyrol, you can combine your skiing holiday with all the breathtaking beauty of the countryside. On the 63 kilometers of wide, sun-kissed slopes of the Seiser Alm, skiers who are looking for fun will find everything they could wish for: Beginners can get a feel for skiing, while the more experienced are sure to enjoy the red and black slopes. With 300 days of sun a year, the Seiser Alm is a popular destination and a promise of never-ending sunshine for all skiing fans. The Seiser Alm also has one of the best snow-guarantees in the Dolomites and the slopes can be artificially snowed over, guaranteeing skiing fun from December to April.
The Seiser Alm 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.The Seiser Alm ski resort is also famed among freestyles: The Seiser Alm Snow Park is the best terrain park in Italy and offers 1.5km of variety-packed fun for beginners and pros alike.
The ski resort of Seiser Alm/Val Gardena boasts 175 kilometres of slopes to suit every taste, and 80 cable cars for safe transportation: The ultra-modern cable cars are fitted with state of the art child safety equipment, and thanks to the sheer immensity of the ski resort, waiting times at the cable car stations are never long. The ski resort of Seiser Alm/Val Gardena is the largest resort of the Dolomiti Superski area.
Don´t miss the Sellaronda if you decide for a vacation at Seiser Alm. Let´s be honest, the 26 kilometer 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.
- Offering 41 miles of slopes and terrain, Seiser Alm is among the 10 largest Ski Resorts in South Tyrol.
- Seiser Alm is among the 10 best rated Ski Resorts in Italy.
- It is among the 15 most family-friendly ski Resorts in Italy.
- The vertical drop from summit to base is 4098 ft. The average difference in altitude between base and summit of Ski Resorts in Italy is 2710 ft. Most runs are therefore relatively long. The ski resort takes you to an elevation of 7379 ft.
- Average snow depth during the season is 36 " at summit elevation and 5 " at base elevation. Snow coverage is usually best during March, offering an average snow depth of 41 " at summit elevation and 6 " at the base.
- Seiser Alm features 79 sunny days on average per season. The average for all ski Resorts in Italy is 68 sunny days. March is the sunniest month with an average of 23 sunny days. This makes the ski resort one of the 5 sunniest in South Tyrol.
Snow Safety & Snowmaking
With 300 days of sun a year, the Dolomites are a popular destination and a promise of never-ending sunshine for all skiing fans. The Seiser Alm also has one of the best snow-guarantees in the Dolomites, thanks to both the high altitude and the east-west orientation of the Dolomites. 100% of the slopes can be artificially snowed over, guaranteeing skiing fun from December to April.
On Mountain Dining
The mountain cabins on the Seiser Alm guarantee culinary enjoyment at its very best. A stop-off at a mountain hut is an absolute must in the Dolomites, and all over the Seiser Alm, skiing, cross-county, winter walking and others find a vast variety of mountain cabins to choose from. The mountain cabins serve up traditional dishes from South Tyrol and set great store by local, regional products. Canederli dumplings or Herrengröstel veal with fried potatoes, sweet pancakes or sweet rolls are all made with eggs, milk and other ingredients straight from the surrounding farms.
The mountain cabins are family run, and in them, hospitality comes with a capital H: a warm welcome, good service and a homely atmosphere are the hallmarks of the Alpine huts all over the Dolomites. And the huts are every bit as varied as the landscape: take your pick between the traditional and rustic or a gourmet mountain cabin. The mountain cabins in the Dolomites are also a sociable meet-up choice for skiers and outdoor-holidaymakers: whether by cable car, on foot, by ski, snowboard, sledge or in the comfort of a horse-drawn carriage, the Alpine huts are an extremely popular destination for a trip. And your stop-off in the hut is your well-earned reward.
New ski slope "Race"
The new ski slope on the Bullaccia/Puflatsch mountain starts at 2104 m and has 304 m of elevation gain. The “Race” slope is a black run of 1337 m length and a maximum inclination of 58%. The slope is reserved to experts.
Most Difficult Runs
You see, there are more than enough choices of exciting adventures apart from skiing that are awaiting you.
Undisturbed nature, incredible views over the Dolomites and the peaks of the Sasso Lungo, the Sasso Piatto, the Sciliar and the Catinaccio, so many sunny winter days. Snow lovers will find everything they could wish for on a snowshoe walk or winter hike through the Seiser Alm holiday area. The tour network covers 60 kilometres of perfectly groomed winter hiking trails and 50 kilometres of marked snowshoe trails and is in the Sciliar-Catinaccio Nature Reserve. The area provides something to suit every taste.
Tobogganing in the Seiser Alm holiday area in the Dolomites is an incredible experience is endless: 23 kilometres and 11 sledding slopes fulfil every last wish of tobogganers from beginners through to experts. And all surrounded by the panoramic view of the Dolomites, rounded off to perfection with the sunny winter’s days and the vastness of Europe’s largest mountain plateau. And for night-time tobogganing fun, a spot of moonlight tobogganing is what you need: When the full moon shines over the toboggan slopes, it’s time for a sledding party with friends and loved ones - an unforgettable experience for tobogganing fans.
Après-Ski and Nightlife
If you are looking for more action after the hustle and bustle of the slopes, you can stop by the bars and pubs at the valley station of the Seiser Alm calbe car or in the surrounding villages after the lifts close and end the exciting day of skiing on the Seiser Alm.
Dining and Restaurants
A stay at Seiser Alm is a delight for the palate. Countless mountain huts and restaurants serve best South Tyrolean specialties. The mountain cabins serve up traditional dishes from South Tyrol and set great store by local, regional products. Canederli dumplings or Herrengröstel veal with fried potatoes, sweet pancakes or sweet rolls are all made with eggs, milk and other ingredients straight from the surrounding farms. The mountain cabins are family run, and in them, hospitality comes with a capital H: a warm welcome, good service and a homely atmosphere are the hallmarks of the Alpine huts all over the Dolomites.
Infrastructure & Rental
Fun for the whole family
The Seiser Alm offers two highly qualified ski schools. In addition to a varied program, the two ski schools guarantee a wide range of courses from skiing to cross-country skiing to snowboarding, telemark and freestyle. Especially for beginners and children, the Seiser Alm is the ideal area for the first few hours on skis or boards. Regardless of age and ability, outdoor athletes can also improve their style on a course and rediscover the many facets of snow sports. Snow adventure parks run by the ski schools round off the winter fun on the Seiser Alm in South Tyrol.
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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.
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.