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Winter holidays on a farm

South Tyrol at its best

Would you like to spend your skiing vacation here with us in Castelrotto? That’s a great idea – because our ski area Alpe di Siusi / Val Gardena offers great snow conditions thanks to its altitude and besides wonderful slopes, you’ll find many other winter sports opportunities. During your winter vacation on the farm in South Tyrol you may discover winter hiking paths, cross-country skiing trails, natural toboggan runs or ice-skating rinks – and a cosy and familiar village, where the Advent season is celebrated with beautiful Christmas markets.

Mobilcard „Ferienregion Seiser Alm live“


Free of charge for our guests. The Mobilcard “Holiday Region Alpe di Siusi live” offers many advantages.

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Fun on the slopes

Ski area Alpe di Siusi / Val Gardena

Look forward to 175 kilometres of slopes for every demand! A total of 80 modern lifts bring you into our ski area Alpe di Siusi / Val Gardena. The special feature: Our ski area is the largest winter sports area in the ski carousel Dolomiti Superski – because of its considerable size, you will only rarely have to queue at the ski lifts. There are adventure slopes with speed traps, among other things, or the Alpe di Siusi Ronda and the Alpe di Siusi-Gardena Ronda. And if you are a snowboarder, then the popular Snowpark Alpe di Siusi is open to you – it is the best in Italy.

Pure nature experience

Winter hiking & snowshoeing

Away from the ski slopes, you may dive into an almost untouched winter landscape during your winter vacation on our farm in South Tyrol. A large network of winter hiking trails extends around Castelrotto, Tires and the entire nature park Sciliar-Catinaccio. Below the picturesque Catinaccio or in the Val Ciamin, you become one with nature draped in its white splendour. Many alpine huts are also open in the winter and may be reached on mostly avalanche-safe paths. If you wish to go further, snowshoes are recommended. This way, even in the winter, moderately difficult summit ascents in the Dolomites are possible.