Fantastic skiing areas
The fairytale snowy landscapes of South Tyrol’s Dolomites and the Seiser Alp are just made for winter sports. Make the most of the many kilometres of downhill ski slopes, cross country skiing tracks and hiking trails.
Winter holidays at the Alpe di Siusi
in the UNESCO world natural heritage
A winter holiday on the Seiser Alm, Europe’s largest high plateau, will not just delight you with unique panoramic views of the stunning Dolomites. It is in wintertime in particular that the Seiser Alm has a great deal more to offer. Its snow-blanketed landscapes are simply perfect for a restorative skiing holiday. And its family-friendly slopes are great for a family holiday too. Here winter sports enthusiasts of all ages and ability levels, snowboarders and ski tourers will be in their absolute element. The Seiser Alm’s approximately 60 km of pistes are largely in the easy to moderately challenging category. Modern lifts transport every skier to the next run without long queues. The destination of choice among snowboarders is the King Laurin Snowpark. Families with children are welcome in the Ski Funpark. At the ski schools the emphasis is on having fun skiing.
Like to get the latest snow report or need tips for a ski hut? Then ask our team at the Hotel Baumwirt – as winter sports enthusiasts we’ll be more than happy to help.
Winter sports opportunities
skiing, cross-country skiing, tobogganing, snowshoeing and much more
The Hotel Baumwirt in Kastelruth is situated between the Seiser Alm plateau and Gröden and can therefore offer you the best opportunities to pursue winter sports. Because it goes without saying that the region has plenty more to offer than skiing for the perfect winter family holiday. Here you enjoy the snow by tobogganing or on a snow-shoe hike. Take a romantic horse-drawn sleigh ride through our snow-covered forests. Go ice skating and cross-country skiing and visit the Funpark for snowboarders as part of your family holiday. Experience the exhilaration of breathing in healthy mountain air. And when you return from the slopes you can wind down in our “Anna” wellness garden and recharge your batteries for the next day of winter sports.
... for beginners, advanced and professionals
A winter holiday in the hotel on the Seiser Alm is a dream for every skier. Located at the heart of the areas of the Dolomiti Superski resort, the most fabulous pistes are just a stone’s throw away. Including guaranteed snow and après-ski in rustic ski huts. The Wellness Hotel Baumwirt in Kastelruth also ticks all the boxes for a carefree feel-good break. You can look forward to lovely rooms and suites, culinary specialities in the hotel’s own restaurant and a wellness area with a pool and sauna.
Our ideal setting beneath the Seiser Alm plateau and close to the Schlern and the Gröden Valley make your winter holiday in the Dolomites an unforgettable experience. Whilst cross-country and downhill skiing, tobogganing and winter hiking you can savour views of the Langkofel Group, the Sella massif and the glorious beauty of the many other impressive Dolomite peaks. It is with good reason that UNESCO designated the Dolomites a World Natural Heritage site. The Hotel Baumwirt regularly presents attractive winter offers which make a skiing holiday between the Schlern and the Sella a winter dream.
in the Dolomites Superski area
The Hotel Baumwirt offers direct access to the piste regions of Seiser Alm and Gröden. The closest ski areas are Panider-Sattel between St. Michael and St. Ulrich and Marinzenalm, which can be reached using the Marinzen lift in Kastelruth. While Panider-Sattel, with its five-kilometre-long trails, is mainly a destination for cross-country skiers, Marinzenalm is a winter sports mecca for beginners and families with children. The local ski schools teach alpine skiing from scratch. The Hotel Baumwirt is also at the heart of the Dolomiti Superski region, consisting of 12 ski areas with some 1200 kilometres of pistes and 450 lifts.
Their locations at altitudes of between 1500 and 3000 metres mean the ski areas of Arabba, Alta Badia, Cortina d’Ampezzo, Civetta, Eisacktal, Fassatal, Gröden – Seiser Alm, Hochpustertal, Kronplatz, Obereggen, Passo Rolle and Trevalli are generally regarded as snowsure. There are also snowmaking facilities for almost 90 per cent of the slopes, making the region a paradise for every winter sports enthusiast. A particular highlight is the famous Sellaronda circuit during which seasoned skiers cover 40 kilometres of pistes and four Dolomite valleys.
The Dolomiti Superski ski pass gives skiers access to 360 easy blue, 720 moderately challenging red and 120 demanding black kilometres of pistes. Countless gondola lifts, aerial tramways, chair- and tow lifts, magic carpets and circulating cable cars provide swift transport up to the ski areas and between the various runs. Amid the unique backdrop of rugged, soaring, light grey peaks are show-blanketed slopes, perfectly-groomed pistes and gently undulating high alpine pastures.
A winter holiday in the Dolomites – A dream holiday for every skier.