Long distances and long season in a hiking holiday on the Seiser Alm
Although the Seiser Alm is the largest mountain plateau in Europe, the season is unusually long for a walking holiday on the Seiser Alm. The unique climate, mixing the Mediterranean influence with an alpine climate, allow the hiking from March to November. On the 450 kilometers of well-marked hiking trails, there are also always new ways, to explore on foot the beauty of the Dolomites. The difficulty of the hiking trails vary from easy and relatively flat to challenging climbing routes, which should be better done only with an experienced guide.
Hiking holiday on the Seiser Alm
Two hiking tips for you
An exciting panorama hike expects our guests marching to the Rosszahn wind gap. The start for this walk is in Compatsch, which can be easily reached from Seis via the orbit. From here, a paved road to the Goldknopf inn leads to an altitude of 2080 meters. Then hikers march on path n. 2 to the west, which finally leads to the Rosszahn wind gap. From here, the route continues to the Tirser Alm and the Bärenloch into Tschamin valley. Finally, from here it goes to Tschamin hut in St. Zyprian.
Saltner hut. Not far away, you take the Alp bus and come back to the starting point in Compatsch.