Tirler Dolomites Living Hotel is situated in the middle of a charming landscape near the ski runs of the snow-covered Alpe di Siusi where you can spend a magical winter holiday.
The snow conditions on the Alpe di Siusi are one of the best in South Tyrol for winter sports. The weather and temperature conditions are always ideal during the entire winter time. And in case of need we dispose of artificial snow machines.
Alpin Ski, sledding, cross-country pists and winter hiking tours are directly before the hotel!
For those who love winter hiking and snowshoe tours the Alpe di Siusi is the right place. No confusion, no exaggerated urgings – when it comes to winter hiking, destination is our goal. You will be rewarded by the nature, you will have plenty of time for observations and impressions. Tour skiers will find numerous rewarding destinations on the Alpe di Siusi with its magnificent and legendary Dolomites’ peaks.
80 km of cross-country trails perfectly equipped and maintained, situated at the ideal altitude (from 1650 to 1880 m) is at the disposal of cross-country skiers, both beginners and advanced. Every winter we offer courses and cross-country tours for all levels in both disciplines: “traditional” and “skating”. At the local sport shops you can rent high quality equipment for cross-country skiing at fair conditions.
A different winter holiday: Run fast on sleds and not on skies down to the valley. Tobogganing or sledging is not only for kids. You can enjoy at the best our perfectly equipped tobogganing tracks for kilometres. Where families enjoy spending time on the snow during the day, later you can sledge the night away.
The water temperature of the fantastic indoor swimming pool with a sluice gate and the heated outdoor swimming pool is around 33° and rich in oxygen: perfect after an exciting day spent skiing or hiking.
Relaxing moment is also for those sitting at the edge of the swimming pool dipping their toes in the water to check the temperature and yet looking at the enchanting winter landscape of the Dolomites.