Alpine holidays in South Tyrol
Experience summer on the Seiser Alm
Velvety green Alpine meadows as far as the eye can see and new flowers unfurling their petals every day, heads upturned towards the sun. Take their lead and let your love of the mountains unfold, kissed to life by the warming rays of the sun. The contrasting beauty is magnificence beyond compare. Seemingly endless, practically level walking trails and challenging mountain tours set out right on the hotel doorstep. And if you don’t feel drawn towards the peaks of the UNESCO World Heritage mountains, simply lie down in blissful comfort on a lounger in front of the hotel, where the spectacular views of the countryside provide you with more than an abundance of beauty.
Barrier-free excursions on the Bullaccia, view-packed tours on a hut-hopping hike and sure-footed expeditions up the summit ridge to the Sassopiatto - with a network of hiking trails covering a good 450 km to count on, you’ll find an endless plethora of tours to satiate your wanderlust. Themed routes, like the Oswald von Wolkenstein trail or the hike to the Witches’ Springs in Saltria, make hiking fun at its best even for the youngest members of the family.
As the largest mountain plateau in Europe, the Seiser Alm also offers endless options for bikers. Nice and leisurely, or tough and testing? We’ve got it all! The altitude difference of the bike tours spans 200 to 2,500 metres, and the variety ranges from practically level loop routes for quick bike trips to full-day tours over adventurous, rocky trails. The choice is yours!
Our hotel is surrounded by around 240 km of exceptionally well-signposted running routes of varying lengths and difficulties. For serious runners, the optimal altitude of between 1,800 – 2,300 metres provides a high-altitude training effect accompanied by a breathtaking mountainous landscape, while competitive runners can get in a bit of training for the Seiser Alm Half Marathon or the Rosengarten Schlern Sky Marathon.