With its spectacular Dolomite panorama, the Alpe di Siusi is a constant source of delight for winter sports enthusiasts. Fun in the snow is the top priority here on the wide, sunny slopes of the resort and ski satisfaction a guarantee, for every skier.
It was 80 years ago, in the winter of 1938/39, that the “Slittovia Joch-Panorama” sledge lift first opened. The first ski lift on the Alpe di Siusi was to be the foundation stone for the ski resort on Europe's largest mountain pasture.
The Alpe di Siusi was seen as the perfect ski resort even back in the days before lifts, when skiers climbed up to the mountain plateau with their skis. The first ski races were held in the area at that time.
The first lift on the Alpe di Siusi itself was the "Slittovia Joch Panorama” sledge-lift, which opened 80 years ago in the winter of 1938/39. One year later the first ski lift, the "Mezdì-Lift,” began running, followed by the first chairlift, the "Monte Piz,” in 1949.
When the first ski school was founded, skiing became an accessible option for many more enthusiastic learners. Ski champions of legendary success, including Martin Fill, Hans Steger and his wife Paula Wiesinger, all stepped out on skis for the first time here.
The 21 modern mountain lift facilities of today are an evolution of the former facilities, their location unchanged. They offer adventurous outdoor fans the utmost in safety and comfort, and play an integral part in the unforgettable experience of skiing in the Dolomites.