Paradise, 10 minutes from Ortisei.

Alpe di Siusi is situated in the western part of the Dolomites and extends between 1680 m a.s.l. and 2350 m a.s.l., extending for 52 km² between Val Gardena to the north, the Sassolungo Group to the northeast and the Sciliar massif to the southeast, which with its unmistakable profile represents one of the most famous symbols of all the Dolomites.

Thanks to the vastness of the area, from here you can admire a large number of mountain groups: among others, the Sella Group, the Rosengarten and the Marmolada.

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It is an alp, an area where alpine pasture is practiced, the largest in Europe, divided into numerous plots dedicated to grazing or from which farmers make hay for their farms, located downstream.
Lovers of mountains and open-air sports are spoilt for choice between trekking, Nordic walking, running or mountain biking, and the 300 days of sunshine a year are a guarantee for their fun.

Our cable car, thanks to the large cabins for 16 people and the level boarding, allows the comfortable transport of bicycles without any problem.

Mountain bike

Alpe di Siusi is a real paradise for mountain bikers and hikers, with many possibilities for paths and roads connected with different degrees of difficulty, spread across the area.
The cable car of Alpe di Siusi is the ideal means of transport, as the bicycles easily enter the cabins.


On the Alpe di Siusi plateau there are 450 km of hiking trails, able to satisfy the desires of every guest: from pleasant tours to the mountain huts to challenging ones to the peaks and reserved for the most ambitious. 

In spring and autumn, the Alpe di Siusi areas invite you to take long hikes through alpine pastures and gastronomy.


The legendary Catinaccio and Sciliar massifs with their imposing precipices, bizarre rocky peaks and steep gullies make climbing an unforgettable experience.
Among these mountains, climbing enthusiasts are awaited by challenges, emotions in contact with nature and fun.

Open ropeways