Coming to the Dolomites to run? The Seiser Alm holiday area offers everything that makes a running heart race that bit faster: The Seiser Alm Running Park
awaits your visit with 240km of running routes of a variety of difficulties
. Eight of the 20 excellently signposted routes
are on the highest mountain plateau in Europe, the Seiser Alm, and 12 routes in the villages at the foot of the Sciliar/Schlern. Whether you opt for the 18.4km long Paul Tergat running trail or the easy beginners’ route, the Running Park offers the ideal route for every runner.
The high altitudes of the running trails, between 900 and 2,300 m
, make the Seiser Alm holiday area the ideal destination for running
in the Dolomites from April right through to November. Given the level terrain and the low-oxygen air of the high altitudes, the Seiser Alm running trails ranging from 1,800 to 2,300 m are particularly good for professional endurance training. And on a run round the Seiser Alm, breathtaking views over the Dolomite Mountains are in no short supply.
One definite must for all runners is the Seiser Alm Half Marathon
, a unique race through the heart of the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage. With a total length of 21km and 601m of elevation difference, the race combines a sporting challenge with the beauty of the Dolomite landscape.
The Seiser Alm Running Accommodation
offer special promotions for all those who come to the Dolomites to run: A flexible menu choice with a strong focus on egg white and carbohydrates, an area for stretching and much more.