Alpe di Siusi makes you want to be active in nature. The wonderful days of sun, the high altitude, and the high number of leisure time offers make this unique high-alpine plateau a paradise for outdoor fans. Blooming alpine pastures, splendid mountain summits, and wonderful hiking tracks through an extraordinary natural landscape await you. However, families can also look forward to an unlimited offer of exciting activities and leisure time options.
350 kilometres of hiking trails: Gentle panoramic paths, challenging mountain trails, fixed-aid climbing tracks and climbing tours in the bizarre mountain landscape of Alpe di Siusi leave no wishes unfulfilled for demanding hikers and climbers.
Mountain-bikers have also discovered Alpe di Siusi for their sport. With an almost 1,000 km long tour network, the Alpe di Siusi and Val Gardena holiday regions make up a highly attractive Bike Region. Those looking for a challenge, can conquer up to 2,500 m of difference in altitude.
Newly discover the paragliding paradise: observe the fantastic panorama from a bird's eye view.
With its 56 square kilometres, Alpe di Siusi is the biggest high-alpine pasture in Europe. Between a sunny altitude of 1800 and 2300 metres, Alpe di Siusi is located on the western entry to the Dolomites - since June 2009 a UNESCO World Natural Heritage site - one of the most fascinating nature and culture landscapes. Located above the villages of Castelrotto, Siusi and Fiè, surrounded by the Dolomite peaks of Sassolungo, Sassopiatto, Sciliar, Santner and Euringer, and spoiled by 300 days of sun a year, Alpe di Siusi provides an ideal destination for winter and summer sports, families with children, those looking for tranquillity, and gourmets.