Winter season Alpe di Siusi

Winter Season on the Alpe di Siusi, South Tyrol starts on 07.12.2013

On 07 December 2013, it is time again; at this day the ski lifts at the Alpe di Siusi in South Tyrol start to work and thus open the winter season 2013/2014. From 07.12.2013 to 06.04.2014 a lot of winter athletes and winter vacationers then come back to the largest and most beautiful mountain plateau in Europe to spend a few pleasant hours and days on the Alpe di Siusi. Of course, the holiday region also has again many highlights on the events calendar, which make the new winter season again be attractive for holiday guests this year.

The white snowy mountains on the sideline of the Alpe di Siusi offer the dreamy backdrop for many kinds of winter sports. When the Sciliar, the Denti di Terrarossa, the Sasso Lungo and Sasso Piatto are showing themselves in white dress the ski slopes with their total length of 60 kilometers, the cross-country tracks with a total length of 80 kilometers and six toboggan show the best conditions for a wonderful ski resort. Here you can enjoy winter sports in every minute. And who wants to walk in wintertime on the Alpe di Siusi, can use more than 30 km of prepared hiking trails.

The highlights in the winter season 2013/2014

The winter season 2013/2014 starts with a highlight. On 08.12.2013 - the day after the opening of the new winter season – there will be the traditional high-speed race on the 230-meter Goldknopf-speed route.

From 03.01.2013 to 05.01.2014 the World Cup Parallel night race takes place on the Alpe di Siusi, the global sled elite is meeting on the Alpe di Siusi and is since many years a sled World Cup race will be here again.

The eighth Alpe di Siusi Moonlight Classic, a cross-country competition in the moonlight and torchlight taken place on 16.01.2014. Several hundred professional and amateur runners will run here on cross-country skiers to win the competition.

On 19.01.2014 the Alpe di Siusi Winter Golf Tournament will take place. There will go the golfers on skis, snowboard or toboggan from hole to hole; an unusually competition surely.

Swing on Snow is a fixed date on the calendar of events of the Alpe di Siusi. The Winter Music Festival will take place towards at the end of the ski season in 2014. In recent years, the exceptional bands have been seen late January / early February. In this season "Swing on Snow" will be from 02.03.2014 to 09.03.2014.

Please note: The Alpe di Siusi ski resort is part of the ski-network "Dolomiti Superski". Dolomiti Superski twelve ski resorts are affiliated.

Alpe di Siusi - a winter sports paradise

The complete infrastructure is optimized for winter sports on the Alpe di Siusi. Directly at the mountain station of the Alpe di Siusi Aerial Cableway (Siusi allo Sciliar – Alpe di Siusi) you find more lifts that transport skiers to the starting point for further runs. But you can also start skiing directly from the mountain station.

Directly at the mountain station of the Alpe di Siusi Aerial Cableway is the Nordic Ski Center since several years, which offers the optimum for cross-country skiers. In the Nordic ski center locker rooms are available; showers can also be used here. The cross-country trails begin and end directly at the ski center.

And who wants to borrow his winter sports equipment, some specialist shops are available at the mountain station.

Whether you want to enjoy skiing, cross country skiing, sledding, snowshoeing or just hiking the snowy Alpe di Siusi - " – the South Tyrolean holiday paradise on the Internet" wishes you beautiful and unforgettable hours on the Queen of the Alps.

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