The beauty

of the Seiser Alm

Not only is it the largest mountain pasture in Europe, but it is also one of the most beautiful spots in all of South Tyrol: the Seiser Alm is to be discovered in all its facets.

The Seiser Alm, a high plateau of rolling meadows nestled in one of the most scenic backdrops there is, lies in the heart of the Dolomites. In the north, the mountain meadow drops in the direction of Val Gardena. In the northeast, the finely chiseled Langkofel and the distinctive Plattkofel demarcate the meadows, while in the southeast the view reaches to the unmistakable silhouette of the Schlern mountain.

And if you let your eyes wander even further, you can see the Geisler, the Sella group and the snow fields of the Marmolada mountain on the horizon.

In this setting, the Seiser Alm offers a paradise for summer and winter sports enthusiasts, for skiers, cross-country skiers, cyslists, hikers and mountaineers. However, because the offer is vast, we help you with an overview of all that the Seiser Alm has to offer.

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