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Alpe di Siusi skiing area

Skiing on the largest Alpine pasture of Europe, surrounded by a breathtaking Dolomite scenery, is a real pleasure.

The Alpe di Siusi is surrounded by impressive mountains: In the west, there is the Sciliar Massif, the landmark of South Tyrol, whereas in the south-east there is the Sassolungo Group. The cable car starts in Siusi allo Sciliar and takes you to the 60 km of ski slopes, most of them are medium difficult. The direct connection with the Val Gardena skiing area offers even 175 km of slopes.

The Siusi Alp is above all popular with families and beginners: For children, there are the Compaccio Sammy Kiddyland, where children can take their first steps on the snow with a special children's programme, and the Saltria Kiddyland. Here you are in the legendary realm of the Sciliar Witches, which are - according to legends - responsible for thunderstorms on the high alp.

Snowboarders, however, may enjoy the biggest snow park in South Tyrol featuring Europe's longest Medium Line. This King Laurin Snow Park has officially been awarded the best snow park of Italy, and some years ago, the Italian Freestyle National Team was here for training purposes.

Winter season 2022/23: from the 7th of December, 2022
Operating hours: 9 am - 5 pm
Altitude: 1,685 - 2,177 m a.s.l.
Km of slopes: 60 km (18 km easy / 40 km medium / 2 km difficult)
Lift facilities: 21 lifts
Ski carousel (ski pass): Dolomiti Superski, Siusi Alp-Val Gardena ski region

Toboggan runs: 5 runs (2 km / 1.4 km / 4.4 km / 4.7 km / 1.4 km)
Cross-country ski tracks: 75 km at the Alpe di Siusi
Further information: phone: +39 0471 709600,

Dates may vary according to weather and snow conditions!

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