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The modern ropeway Alpe di Siusi connects Ortisei, the main village of the Val Gardena, with the 2000 m high Alpe di Siusi plateau. The widest plateau of Europe and the unique view are reachable in only a few minutes and very comfortably. Here you...more
The cable car ride from center of Ortisei to Alpe di Siusi is a very fun and smooth ride. Once stepping out from the lift station, the view is just breathtaking. We took many pictures there and bought drinks/ice cream in the cafe there. Then...More
Our legs were a bit too weary on the day we came to Ortisei, so we rode the cable car up the Alpe di Siusi. Walk or ride.... this is a climb worth making. The vista is breath-taking to employ an overused word. There are...More
We took the cable car up the mountain to have lunch at the lodge. Great views back of the little town from the car. However, the plexi-glass needs replacing as it is very scratched, perhaps from people's skis. It's hard to take a good picture...More
The gondola is the main access to the Alp de Siusi (or Seiser Alm) ski slopes. It is fast, and (when we used it) had very short queues. It takes about 12 minutes to get to the ski slopes. Our only criticism is that the...More
It turns out that the Alpe di Siusi is the highest plateau/pastureland in Europe and the best way to get there is on this funicular! The concept was scary to me at first but the experience is not at all frightening and felt quite tame....More
The cable car that goes up, is in the center of Ortisei. Once you step outside, and look around you'll be amaized. The combination of the rocky mountains surrounded by green fields with small houses is stunning