7=6 - stay 7 days and pay only 6
The still warm temperatures during September are perfect to enjoy the countless hiking possibilities of this natural paradise, which will surprise you with its autumn beauty. Enjoy the beautiful nature and find some new relax places in the area.
You fill find the services included underneath!
free shuttle service
Let your car in the hotel garage and use our free shuttle service. Each hour it will bring you to Seis (ca 10 minutes - 3 km) and the cable car Seis - Seiser Alm.
Babysitting age 0-2
Childcare for the youngest from 6 months to 5 years (included in the pension price):
Loving childcare with Mrs. Sonia for your children from 6 months to 5 years
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. & during dinner from 7.30 p.m. to 8.30 p.m.
Wednesdays from 15 to 21.30 o'clock
Baking bread on a stick. The whole family together around the bonfire
Monday: Hike on the Raschötz with grilling
- Tuesday: Mountain tour with hiking guide Roman
- Afternoon soccer tournament, we carve our walking stick, campfire with marshmellows and bread on a stick
- Wednesday an afternoon and an evening with Anna. Discover insects.
- Thursday for adults and children from 12 years: with Herbert excursion with the E-Bike (10 € for E-Bike) or mountain tour with Roman
- Friday (from 7 June) from 16.00 to 17.00 directly from the hotel horse-drawn carriage ride
- Saturday evening lantern walk
E-bike rental in the hotel
19,00 € per person up to 3 hours rent
30,00 € per person all day long
3,00 € helmet rental per person
guidet walks with Roman
Guided hikes and mountain tours with our Roman hiking guide for adults and teenagers aged 12 and over
every Tuesday and Thursday
Seiser Alm - Bärenloch - Tschamin Valley - St. Cyprian/Tiers
Tierser Alpl - Molignon Pass - Grasleiten Hut - Tiers
Antermoja round around the Kesselkogel
Sciliar - Knüppelweg - Völser Weiher
Sunrise on the Sciliar
Mahlknechthütte - Cutting - Plattkofelhütte -Saltria
Seiser Alm - Radöller Sattel - Almrosenhütte - Hans and Paula Steger Path
Marinzen - Schnürlsteig - Puflatsch
Seiser Alm - Marinzen - Seis
to the Langkofel hut
Sellajoch - Friedrich-August-Weg - Saltria
Sunrise on the way to Sciliar
Towards the sunrise
Our first steps in the darkness are still uncertain, but soon we get used to the unevenness of the ground. Our walk becomes safer and we begin to enjoy the silence of the night, freed from the noises and other influences of civilization. Our hearing can concentrate on the surroundings. We sensitively perceive sounds and let them affect us. As the light increases, the perception of nature expands. Slowly the daylight takes over and our interest is directed more and more to the horizon, where the origin of the brightness comes from - we approach the sunrise. A new day begins...
Admittedly, leaving the cuddly warm bed at such an early hour requires a lot of motivation. But at the latest, when the first rays of sunshine are visible behind the eastern mountain peaks, the last traces of tiredness and effort are forgotten. The light that illuminates the mountains of the Alpe di Siusi shortly before sunrise is something very special. When the darkness slowly disappears, the sky on the horizon turns pink, yellow, red or bright orange until finally the sun itself appears behind the mountain silhouette.
Route of the tour:
We hike from the Seiser Alm (1830 m) over the tourist trail on the Schlern (2450 m). With a fantastic view over the Alpe di Siusi we enjoy the sun rising behind the mountains. A hearty breakfast awaits us in the Schlernhaus. After we are strengthened and rested, we walk over the Thomastal down to the Sesselschwaige and over the Prügelweg to the Völser Weiher and back to Seis.
Ascent: 650 hm
Descent: 1500 hm
Walking time: 6 hrs.
We offer gluten-free and lactose-free diet. Please let as know when booking.
For children aged 3 and over
Organized, supervised activities for children aged over 3 each day from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. together with children of their own age.
Open air games on the meadow, a dam at the Frötsch stream, music and dance, small chefs cook biscuits together, lantern walk through the magical forest for the whole family, with the magnifying glass in the forest, face panting, bonfire and baking bread on a stick ...