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Alpe di Siusi Resort Overview

Alpe di Siusi, also known as Seiser Alm, is a captivating ski resort perched at 1,800m, with the highest ski lift soaring to 2,350m. Set in the Dolomites of Northern Italy, this resort offers access to the expansive Dolomiti Superski area, home to a remarkable 1,200km of diverse skiing terrain.

This picturesque, car-free resort houses a variety of appealing accommodation options, including luxurious hotels, cosy B&Bs, and charming self-catering apartments, many offering ski-in-ski-out convenience. Alpe di Siusi is known for its reliable snow conditions and typically boasts a thick blanket of snow from December through to March.

Skiing in Alpe di Siusi

Alpe di Siusi is a haven for skiers of all abilities, with 60km of well-groomed pistes available within the resort. Beginners will appreciate the gentle, wide slopes, while intermediate and advanced skiers can explore the wider Dolomiti Superski area, boasting an impressive 1,200km of pistes.

The resort offers a variety of terrain, from gentle blues to challenging reds and thrilling blacks. For freestylers, the King Laurin Snowpark is a must-visit, with a variety of jumps, boxes, and rails for all abilities. Besides skiing, Alpe di Siusi also offers tobogganing, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing.

Is Alpe di Siusi Family-friendly?

Alpe di Siusi is an excellent ski resort for families. The pedestrianised centre of the resort ensures a safe environment for children, with a variety of family-friendly accommodation options. There are also numerous family-friendly activities on offer, including tobogganing, ice skating and horse-drawn sleigh rides.

Après-Ski Scene in Alpe di Siusi

Alpe di Siusi may be small, but it has a vibrant après-ski scene with a selection of bars and restaurants to enjoy. Mountain huts and bars such as Zallinger and Gostner Schwaige offer a cosy atmosphere, local brews and live music. For those seeking a quieter evening, the Adler Lounge provides breathtaking panoramic views and a selection of fine wines.

Dining in Alpe di Siusi

Alpe di Siusi is home to a range of delicious dining options, both on and off the slopes. For a hearty mountain lunch, the Schgaguler Schwaige offers traditional South Tyrolean cuisine, while the Ristorante Malga Sanon is renowned for its panoramic views and authentic Italian dishes. In the village, Restaurant Saltria serves up gourmet delights, while Restaurant Frommer Alm is a fantastic spot for a sunny terrace lunch.

How to Get to Alpe di Siusi

The quickest way to reach Alpe di Siusi from the UK is by flying to Innsbruck Airport (1h40m transfer), Verona Villafranca Airport (2h30m transfer), or Munich Airport (3h30m transfer). If you prefer to travel by train, the closest station is Bressanone, from where you can take a taxi or bus to the resort. Underground parking is available for those driving to the resort.

Alpe di Siusi Insider Tips

  • Visit the Adler Lodge Alpe for a luxurious spa experience with breathtaking panoramic views.
  • Take a moonlit walk or snowshoeing tour to experience the magic of Alpe di Siusi after dark.
  • Hop on a horse-drawn sleigh for a romantic ride around the resort.


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