The wide areas of the ski slopes offer all skiers enough space not to feel threatened by others - ideal for families and beginners! For those who want to reach the limits of their performance and enthusiasm there is the Sellaronda, the circumnavigation of the Sellastock with skis clockwise or anti-clockwise!
The snowboard park "King-Laurin" awaits snowboarders with numerous jumps, rails and a quarter.
In 2019 the snowpark was voted among the TOP 3 of the world in the category "World's Best Freestyle Resort" at the annual "World Ski Awards" in Kitzbühel.
With a park line of 1.5 kilometres in length and around 70 obstacles, the Snowpark Seiser Alm is the largest snowpark in South Tyrol and one of the largest in Europe. With its rails, kickers, boxes and whoops, the snowpark offers all those who are committed to freestyle a varied offer: easy, medium and pro line leave nothing to be desired.
The ski schools offer weekly courses and private lessons. You can rent the complete equipment in various ski rental shops.
- 23 modern lifts (17 chair lifts, 5 of which with weather protection hood, 4 ski lifts, 2 gondola lifts)
- 60 km (37 miles) ski slopes (2 km black (difficult), 40 km red (medium) and 18 km blue (easy)
- 60 km (37 miles) cross-country ski trails prepared for classic and skating (22 km blue, 18 km red, 20 km black)
- 1.5 km (0.93 miles) long snowboard park "King-Laurin-Park" with numerous jumps, rails and a quarter
- 30 km (18.6 miles) of prepared winter hiking trails
- 7 toboggan runs with a total length of 18 km (11.2 miles)
- Location of the Seiser Alm ski area: between 1,800 m and 2,300 m (5,900 to 7,545 feet)
- 99% of the slopes can be artificially snowed, which makes the Alpe di Siusi one of the most snow-sure ski areas in South Tyrol.
- Ski passes: Seiser Alm/Gröden, Dolomiti-Superski