Ihr Transfer Innsbruck Siusi:
Entfernung ca. 109 km, Fahrzeit ca. 01:20.
PKW: 4 Fahrgäste ohne Ski oder 3 Fahrgäste mit Ski. Minivan: bis zu 8 Fahrgäste.
Our transfer Innsbruck Siusi will take you to the emblem of South Tyrol; The Schlernmassiv.
The South Tyrolean mountain village of Siusi with the Italian name Siusi is situated at about 1,000 m above sea level and can be reached on our transfer Innsbruck Siusi within about 1h 20min driving time. The village is located at the foot of the impressive Dolomite Massifs of Schlern. Siusi at the Schlern is the second largest municipality of the town of Kastelruth (Castelrotto). From here you have direct access to the modern cable car that takes you to the Alpe di Siusi – the largest alpine plateau in Europe!
If you bring your own skis alon on your transfer Innsbruck Siusi, this is no problem. We gladly transport them free of charge.
With its altitude of 2,563 m, the Schlern is not one of the highest mountains in South Tyrol, but it is certainly one of the most unmistakable! Due to its bizarre and unusual shape it is considered as the emblem of South Tyrol. The first ascent took place in 1880 by Johann Santner, to whom a peak – the Santnerspitze – owes its name.
In 2003 the Naturpark Schlern-Rosengarten was established. This nature reserve, which protects the unique flora and fauna of Dolomites spreads over an area of 6,796 ha.
Schlernmassiv has always been known as legendary:
The legend says that the terrifying “Schlernhexen”, the Schlern Witches live inside this mountain, and at their meetings they cause severe storms and other catastrophes. Today, among other things, the „Schlernhexen-Tour“ leads to the places where once the dark creatures have lived. This makes the “Hexenbänke on the Puflatch” (witches‘ benches on the Puflatsch) to a popular excursion destination.
Winter in Siusi am Schlern
The Seiser-Alm ski area with its beautiful snow landscape is perfect for all winter sports enthusiasts. 23 most modern ski lifts and 60 kilometers of well-groomed ski slopes inspire skiers from all over the world. Families and beginners appreciate the area mainly because of the hilly terrain of the Hochalm, where the first turns in the snow are easy to learn.
Especially for beginners and children, the professional ski schools offer first-class courses so that everyone can leave their tracks in the snow after only a few days. If you travel with children on our transfer Innsbruck Siusi, then we offer you suitable children’s seats.
Links to other ski resorts
Through a network with the ski resort Val Gardena, the guests benefit of additional 175 kilometers of slopes at all levels of difficulty. Together with the Alpe di Siusi they form the largest ski area within the Dolomiti Superski Ski Carousel!
Less speed is also fun
If you want to enjoy winter in Siusi at the Schlern a bit more quiet, enjoy the beautiful snowshoe hikes in the Seiser-Alm ski area, or get good training with cross-country skiing, ice skating or enjoy one of the 7 different toboggan runs.
Points of Interest in Siusi am Schlern
At South Tyrol’s first herbal farm „Pflegerhof“ nature lovers can experience everything worth knowing about herbs. In a loving way, the family Pfleger offer herbal walks, guided tours through the herb gardens as well as seminars with interesting info about herbs.
Walks to castle ruins from the Middle Ages take guest back into a mystical time, for example the ruins of “Hauenstein”, built within the 12th century. Here the knight “Oswald von Wolkenstein” once became famous by composing the „Hauensteinlied“. The ruin is easily accessible in a 30-minute hike and its visit is free of charge.
The ruin of Salegg is another popular excursion destination in Siusi. Salegg was first mentioned in the 12th century and today is owned by the diocese of Bolzano-Brixen. According to legend, there is an underground passage between the two ruins, where a gold treasure is guarded by a virgin.
Who knows, maybe you will find this lost treasure on your hike to the ruin …
In addition to our transfer Innsbruck Siusi, we also offer trips to all other places that have connections to the South Tyrolean ski resorts, in particular the Dolomiti Superski: