Hiking in the Dolomites – just like heaven
Come along to the land of adventures
Hiking in the Dolomites means going beyond limits, finding new challenges and protected natural treasures. Get ready for experiences, which will change you, and for an unparalleled feeling of freedom, while hiking in the Dolomites - standing on a mountain peak and gazing at one of the most spectacular mountain landscapes in the world. The Hans-and-Paula-Steger foundation and the UNESCO, both aim to preserve the unique beauty of the Dolomites - in 2009 they were officially nominated a world natural heritage site.
Go out and explore, while hiking in the Dolomites, with our guide Michaela. On Alpe di Siusi / Seiser Alm alone, you find over 350 km of hiking trails! Michaela and we, your hosts, are naturally glad to help you choose the right tour.
Hiking on the trails of history on Alpe di Siusi / Seiser Alm. Green meadows, picturesque brooks and the bizarre rock formations of the pale mountains offer the backdrop for this experience trail, which was created as a memory trail for the mountain pioneers Hans and Paula Steger. This trail, with natural and cultural insights, gives you everything you could wish for while hiking in the Dolomites: informative boards along the way tell of Hans and Paula Steger, of corals and jellyfish-hunters, of mountain pastures and flowers, of snow and trails and many other interesting subjects.
Hike across Alpe di Siusi / Seiser Alm in South Tyrol! The trail leads from Hotel Steger-Dellai on the trail no. 30 all the way to Saltria. On the trail no. 12A continue to our Laranzer mountain lodge. Here follow the trail no. 12. The path is well-marked and can be accessed all summer and (partially) also in winter.
Trail: Hotel Steger-Dellai - Saltria
Trail markings: no. 30, Hans-and-Paula-Steger trail
Trail length: 4,65 km (one way)
Hiking time: ca. 70 minutes (one way)
Altitude: 1,680–1,890 metres above sea level
Difference in altitude: ca. 220 m
This trail is family-friendly and even suitable with a pram.