Welcome to the Seiser Alm - Europe´s highest alpine area Holidaying on the Seiser Alm, Europe´s highest alpine area, means taking the challenge.
The untiring hiker and lover of nature´s beauty, as well as every holidaymaker looking for tranquility and relaxation - will all find what they are looking for here. Even the sporty and active holidaymaker can find the best possible conditions for carrying out their favorite sport. The Schlern area, together with the Seiser Alm, form the highest mountain plateau in Europe. About 54 km² of colourful alpine meadows and forests with numerous picturesque alpine huts, set the tone for this fascinating country scenery. Near the mighty profile of the Schlern massif, the ´Rosszähne´ of the Lang- and Plattkofel ranges, right in the heart of the Dolomites. Approximately 25% of the South Tyrol territory is a nature reserve. Altogether, there are 8 natural parks, of which the Schlern is the oldest. The nature park offers visitors the ability to get a first-hand experience of untouched nature - and to love it. General info: Above sea level: 1,700 - 3,000 meters Area: 54 km² Inhabitants: 150 people Language: German Accommodation: total of 35 hotels, guest houses, apartments