For snow fans and piste carvers
Alpe di Siusi’s winter wonderland
Skiers and snowboarders will feel like they’re in seventh heaven at FLORIS Green Suites: The shuttle stop is not far from the chalets and takes you to the valley station of Alpe di Siusi cable car in just five minutes. In the associated ski area, a whopping 60 ski pistes for beginners and advanced skiers are on offer. Here, you’ll whizz down perfectly groomed slopes and enjoy a postcard-perfect panorama. You can also look forward to a snow park, two speed traps, four slalom pistes, and three fun parks. And best of all: Alpe di Siusi is part of the Dolomiti Superski. What does that mean? With just one ski pass, you can explore 12 ski areas and work off your energy on 1,200 kilometres of pistes!
Attention cross-country skiers!
Passionate cross-country skiers will also enjoy themselves to the fullest on Alpe di Siusi: over 80 kilometres of perfectly groomed trails for skaters and fans of the classic style await you here. So it’s no wonder that the Norwegian national team has been holding its training camp here for years! And the national teams from Italy, Sweden, and the USA are also thrilled by the variety and condition of the cross-country trails on Alpe di Siusi. What always remains the same: an impressive panorama of Sciliar, Sassolungo, and Sasso Piatto. By the way, did you know that Alpe di Siusi is part of Dolomiti Nordicski and thus belongs to the largest cross-country skiing carousel in Europe? The area comprises a total of 1,300 kilometres of cross-country trails!
Off the pistes
There’s also pure winter fun to be had off the pistes on Alpe di Siusi. For example, how about a leisurely winter hike to Monte Bullaccia or to Malga Tuff? Europe’s largest high-Alpine pasture awaits you with more than 60 kilometres of cleared and well-signposted winter hiking trails and 50 kilometres of snowshoe trails. Ski tourers will also find their personal paradise on Alpe di Siusi. The absolute ski tour highlight for us is the ascent of the majestic Sasso Piatto, which at 2,969 metres above sea level is one of the few peaks in the Dolomites that can be reached on skis. Once at the top, a spectacular panorama over the snow-dusted Dolomite peaks will greet you. The subsequent descent offers delights and thrills as it is relatively steep. Fun in the snow for all those who like a thrill is guaranteed by a toboggan run on one of the 10 toboggan runs on Alpe di Siusi. Some of the Alpine pastures that are open in winter also offer toboggan hire so you can hike up without any extra weight and then whizz down.