The Alpe di Siusi (in Ladin “Mont Sëuc”) is the largest plateau in Europe! The Alpe di Siusi has a surface of 57 km² and is situated at an altitude of 1680 m to 2350 m above sea level. The Sciliar-Catinaccio natural park is situated on the west side. The Sciliar is demarcated by the Alpe di Siusi towards south-west, the Sassolungo mountain range towards south-east and Gardena Valley towards north.
The Alpe di Siusi consists of two local zones. The Alpe di Siusi Compatsch (1860 m) and Saltria (1680 m) on the west side. Saltria is situated 5 km towards east below the Sassopiatto.
The Alpe di Siusi is an ideal destination for those who love hiking and climbing. The floral and faunal diversity on the Alpe di Siusi is an attraction for many tourists. The path in memory of Hans and Paula was completed in spring 2006. The path takes from Compatsch to Saltria to the Tirler and is characterized by information signs, giving insights into the landscape and culture of the Alpe di Siusi. In 2010 the sensorial and adventurous trail of the Witches’ Wells was built and in 2011 it was completed. The new hiking trail on the Alpe di Siusi for the whole family leads to exciting natural monuments, arouses the imaginative creativity through its mystic stations and ensures a lasting relaxation. From the most beautiful huts of South Tyrol to the Witches’ Wells (Hexenquellen).
The Alpe di Siusi is the ideal place to ski and snowboard; there are over 60 km of ski runs, 23 ski lifts and an amusement park. Cross-country skiers as well will enjoy the Alpe di Siusi. The tobogganing courses are always perfectly equipped. Furthermore you can find various skiing schools with over 50 skiing teachers for skiing, snowboarding and cross-country skiing courses on the Alpe di Siusi.
During the winter period Tirler Alm’s sensorial and adventurous trail to the Witches’ Well (Hexenquellen) is accessible.