Explore the best snow park in Italy and its numerous attractions:
- Annual awards
- Wide array of structures - 70 obstacles
- Longest Medium Line in Europe
- Perfect grooming and maintenance
- Official training park for the Italian National Freestyle team
- The breathtaking countryside of the Sciliar Mountain, emblem of the Dolomites
Having landed a triple win of Best Park, Best Innovation, Best Marketing, Best Project and Best Event at the 2018 Skipass Awards, the Seiser Alm Snowpark
in the Dolomites is, for the 5th time in a raw, officially Italy’s best snowpark. In addition, the Seiser Alm Snowpark was nominated as one of the TOP terrain parks in the category "World's Best Freestyle Resort 2018" at the annual World Ski Awards at Kitzbühel (Austria). At 1.5 km long and offering around 70 obstacles, the Seiser Alm Snowpark is one of the longest terrain parks in Europe. With rails, kickers, boxes and whoops
the snow park offers everything that a freestyler could ever wish for, from easy through medium right up to pro leve
l. In the upper level of the park, beginner and medium level boarders will find plenty of scope for action, while the pro-line on the lower level with its demanding obstacles will have advanced boarders in their element. There are also three big kickers here for advanced freeskiers and boarders. One particularly unusual attraction of the Seiser Alm Snow Park in the Dolomites is the wood line
, where all obstacles are made of wood.
Four shapers groom the Seiser Alm Snowpark to perfection every single day, giving it its reputation as one of the safest terrain parks in the Alps. The Panettone Bros Club cater to the entertainment side of the park with contests, events and parties themed around the park scene.
During the winter season 2018/2019, the Italian Freestyle National Team
will choose the Seiser Alm as their training ground and show some of their spectacular jumps with ski and snowboard.