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Close your eyes. And now sniff! Can you smell that wonderfully fresh mountain air? The fragrant hay drying in the sun over there. And with every step you take, you are accompanied by a concert of birdsong, the babbling of mountain streams and the sound of cowbells. The network of hiking trails on the Alpe di Siusi stretches for 450 kilometres. One holiday is not enough to cover them all. But don’t rush. We are willing to bet that you will want to come back. For climbing. Hiking. In one of the most beautiful landscapes of the Alps.
Hiking and climbing on the Alpe di Siusi
Europe’s largest high alpine pasture does not bear the title of UNESCO World Natural Heritage for nothing. This peculiar beauty in the Dolomites between gentle alpine meadow hills and rugged peaks awakens a desire for hiking, even in die-hard coach potatoes. At an altitude of 1,680 to 2,350 metres. There are 7 summer lifts and over 50 huts to make hiking a delightful pleasure. Alpinism in its purest form. And if you aspire to higher things, then you should venture on one of the four via ferratas of the Alpe di Siusi.