Alpe di Siusi / Seiser Alm

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Location

Kastelruth
Italy
46° 32' 28.032" N, 11° 33' 43.272" E
IT
General info: 

Not only its endless vistas and breathtaking scenery, its sunny and sheltered slopes make the Alpe di Siusi a holiday spot par excellence for winter sport enthusiasts of every age and kind. It is a paragon of gentle tourism, and is the preferred venue of active vacationers in search of a cozy atmosphere, scenic beauty, and authentic surroundings. But with 60 km of slopes, daredevils and private://hot dogsprivate:// will likewise find it the perfect place for their exploits, both on the slopes and off. The high-tech aerial lifts and the well-groomed slopes (with all degrees of difficulty, from easy to challenging) connect the entire high-altitude plateau – including the meeting places of the legendary Schlern witches. Snowboarders appreciate the broad downhill slopes and the snowboard park. But the Alpe di Siusi also has a wide variety of special offers for children (including price discounts, the Ski Fun Park, and hosted activities), and so is very well-suited for families, too.

BASE: 3280ft
SUMMIT: 6561ft
VERTICAL DROP: 3280ft

NO. OF. LIFTS: 23
Gondolas: 3
Chairs: 17
Surface: 3

Costs: 

DAY PASS ADULTS weekday: €46.00
6 DAYS ADULTS: €223.00

We recommend to confirm the latest prices from the resorts website as the prices might have changed after last update.

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