Nature and landscape

At the Alpe di Siusi you can enjoy the fascinating Dolomites that have been declared Natural World Heritage site in 2009.

The Alpe di Siusi, the largest high-altitude plateau of Europe, extends in the heart of the South Tyrolean Dolomites. In summer it offers numerous hiking opportunities, while in winter the Alpe di Siusi transforms into a large skiing area. Accompany us on our virtual tour across this fascinating world!

  1. Alpine pastures

    Alpine pastures

    Gentle-rolling pastures featuring colourful flowers and surrounded by the mighty…
  2. Wuhnleger mountain pasture

    Wuhnleger mountain pasture

    The small Wuhnleger Pond is located on an alpine meadow at an altitude of approx.…
  3. Pond of Fiè

    Pond of Fiè

    Surrounded by lush green firs and an impressive mountain scenery, the Pond of Fiè…
  4. Mushroom Path

    Mushroom Path

    The theme path in the forest of Laranza near Castelrotto tells interesting facts on…
  5. Sciliar-Catinaccio Nature Park

    Sciliar-Catinaccio Nature Park

    Indulge into the fascinating flora and fauna of the legendary area of the Sciliar massif.
  6. Nature Park Visitor Centre

    Nature Park Visitor Centre

    The building of a former Venetian sawmill near Tires offers interesting facts about…
  7. Flora and fauna

    Flora and fauna

    Pruces and pines, chamois and alpine swifts characterise the Sciliar-Catinaccio…
  8. Catinaccio

    Catinaccio

    The Catinaccio Group with the Cima Catinaccio is well-known for its Alpenglow and…
  9. Sciliar

    Sciliar

    Thanks to its peculiar shape, the Sciliar (2,563 m asl) in the South Tyrolean…
  10. Sassolungo Group

    Sassolungo Group

    The mighty mountain chain with the name-giving Mt Sassolungo surrounds the Alpe di Siusi.

Suggested accommodations

  1. Dolomit Resort Cyprianerhof
    Hotel

    Dolomit Resort Cyprianerhof

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