Skiing in the Dolomites
Skiers don’t have far to go from the Vigilerhof: The Valley Station of the Seiser Alm cable car is just a five-minute drive from the hotel, and the ski bus stops right outside our doors. Jump in, and you’ll soon be right in the heart of the most beautiful ski resort in the Dolomites. Around 60km of slopes, making a total of 175km together with the neighbouring resort of Gröden, snake through the winter wonderland at the foot of the Schlern, the Langkofel and the Plattkofel. And alongside the perfectly groomed slopes in a variety of difficult levels, you will find breathtaking views, modern cable cars and a good range of traditional mountain huts.
The Seiser Alm also has direct access to the Sella Ronda, the 26km long famed ski tour around the Sella Massif. To get there, skiers should either ski or take the shuttle bus to Saltria, and then take the ski bus from Saltria to Monte Pana, where you can start skiing the Sella Ronda.