The Dolomites – a summer paradise
The lush green of the meadows and the white of the magnificent Dolomites provide a stunning background as you go hiking along paths that wind their way up the mountain side. So, whether you most enjoy hiking, mountain biking, Nordic walking or horse riding, you will feel you have found the ideal summer holiday destination here in the Dolomites. You might want to soar into the sky on a paraglider, but be warned: once you start, you will become addicted!
Our weekly programme in the ****Sporthotel Sonne on Alpe di Siusi/Seiser Alm gets you active through the summer in the Dolomites.
It is time to go out and explore the blooming nature and magical mountain world of the Dolomites – recharge your batteries while hiking, Nordic Walking, biking, climbing or paragliding. Discover the unique via ferratas, the hiking and mountain biking trails on Alpe di Siusi/Seiser Alm and enjoy the fantastic views, which are waiting for you here at every single corner – hard to believe but true! Find and download here the most beautiful tours on Alpe di Siusi/Seiser Alm, at the gate of the Dolomites.
The most beautiful tours to download:
Maximilian fixed rope route
Highlight Light Trail
Highlight Sunrise on Puflatsch
MTB AlpeHartl alpine trail
MTB Technique Training
Panoramic excursion Geotrail
MTB: Technique Training (incl. Downhill)
Trekking: Relaxing Hike – easy
Alpine Climbing: High Ropes Course *
MTB: Hartl Alpine Trail – medium
Trekking: Rosszahn Pass – medium
MTB: E-Bike-Tour – medium
Alpine Climbing: Climbing Taster *
Kids: Climbing Taster for Kids
MTB: Alpe Trail - easy
Trekking: Schlern - symbol of South Tyrol - hard
MTB: Sellaronda * - expert
Trekking: Highlight Magic Moments (Light Trail, Schlernblut, Sunrise on Puflatsch) – medium
Alpine Climbing: Maximilian Fixed-Rope Route *
Kids: Fairytale Hike for Kids – easy
* Other rates apply to this course.
Week program (download pdf)
Family hits and highlights at Sporthotel Sonne on the Alpe di SiusiFamily holidaysmore
Perhaps the mountains are nothing more than a big mirror, big projection surfaces for our souls. (Hubert von Goisern)