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Ropeways on the Seiser Alm

The most modern technology. Convenient features.

The Seiser Alm has 22 modern ropeways with child safety features: in winter, they are all in operation, eight of them also in summer. All lifts offer great safety and comfort to adventurous outdoor fans and contribute to an unforgettable skiing and mountain experience in the Dolomites.
Technical details & safety
Of the 22 ropeways:
  • three ski lifts – very popular with children and beginners
  • six fixed-grip chair lifts (CLF) – ideal for shorter distances
  • ten detachable chair lifts (CLD) – easy boarding and alighting
  • one Telemix – with maximum comfort for the passenger
  • two double cable cars – fast transport with few towers
  • conveyor belts (magic carpets) used by ski schools and for short connections.
The Seiser Alm attaches great importance to safety on all ropeways. The facilities are therefore serviced at regular intervals and all lifts are equipped with child safety features.

Environmental protection & green energy

All the lifts on the Seiser Alm are electrically operated. Certified green electricity from South Tyrolean hydroelectric power, which is produced without CO2, is used for both the ropeways and the snow-making equipment. Environmental protection also concerns landscape conservation: in order to preserve the natural landscape, lift stations are embedded as much as possible in the surrounding area, stations of the cabins/chairs are built underground and, when greening, the previously removed grass tile is reused or seeds of the mother plants are harvested and sown again

Snowmaking & slope preparation

All slopes of the Seiser Alm receive artificial snow with the help of nearly 100 snow cannons. The water for the systems is mostly dammed in artificial ponds and is led to the snow cannons by seven pumping stations with electrically operated pumps. Artificial snow consists exclusively of water and air.
Great attention is paid to the preparation of the slopes. About twelve snow groomers maintain the slopes every day, usually between 5 p.m. and 12 a.m.
Awards Seiser Alm Ski Area
Awards Seiser Alm Ski Area
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80 years of the Seiser Alm ski resort
The anniversary in the snow-covered Dolomites

History & connection with Val Gardena/Gröden

The Seiser Alm was already considered an ideal skiing area when there were no lifts there, and skiers had to climb up to the high Alpine pasture with their skis. At that time, the first ski races were already being held. In the winter of 1938/39, the first ski lift was finally opened on the Seiser Alm, the toboggan lift “Slittovia Joch-Panorama”. One year later, the first ski lift, the “Medzì-Lift”, was opened and in 1949 the first chair lift, the “Monte Piz”, was opened. The founding of the first ski school offered more and more ski enthusiasts the opportunity to learn how to ski. Even successful skiing legends like Martin Fill, Hans Steger and his wife Paula Wiesinger practised their first turns here. Over time, more than 20 modern mountain ropeways were built.
Since 1966, the Seiser Alm has been connected to the ski area Val Gardena/Gröden. Thanks to the total of 175km of slopes, the ski area is the largest in the Dolomites.
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