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slope length km
  blue runs 18km
  red runs 38km
  black runs 2km
  slopes total 58km

lifts number
  drag lift 3
  seat lift 17
  cabine lift 2
  lifts total 22
  lifts opened

Snow report Seiser Alm

Ski holidays in Seiser Alm

The Seiseralm ski resort is located in South Tyrol in the North of Italy, on the road directly coming from Innsbrück. The ski area covers Seiseralm and the skiing villages Kastelruth (Castelrotto), Seis am Schlern (Suisi), Vols am Schlern and the few hotels on the Seiseralm itself. You mainly see skiing families in this area, and that is understandable, because the facilities and runs suit them perfectly and your kids can be kept in sight at all times.

Slope information Seiser Alm - Seiser Alm

The ski slopes of the Seiseralm are limited to about 60 km of ski slopes, and are especially suited for beginners. In addition to its own ski area, the Seiser Alm is slowly growing into the area of Val Gardena. The Dolimiti Superskipas gives you direct access to not only Val Gardena, but also into Ski Civetta, Tre Valli, Arabba, Val di Fassa Fassatal, Val di Fiemme, St. Martino di Castrozza, and Alta Badia.
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Kastelruth Kastelruth Seis am Schlern Seis am Schlern Seiseralm Seiseralm
Völs am Schlern Völs am Schlern

Snowboarding Seiser Alm

With a half pipe, a nice broad boardercross and 2 great fun parks, there is also plenty to do for freestyle lovers around the Seiseralm.

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General impression
Suited for beginners
For expert skiers
For snowboarding
Suited for families
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Piste map Seiser Alm

ski holidays Seiser Alm