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Schutzhaus Mahlknechthütte

Castelrotto-Kastelruth / Alpe di Siusi-Seiser Alm, Joch 28
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Schutzhaus Mahlknechthütte

Castelrotto-Kastelruth / Alpe di Siusi-Seiser Alm, Joch 28

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Informationen zu Schutzhaus Mahlknechthütte

The Seiser Alm presents itself from its most spectacular side. The Schlern’s outline rises in an odd manner, while the Rosengarten takes the breath away with its jagged edges. Immersed in this magnificent scenery is our Molignon haven. Carefully furnished and close to a biotope, the haven invites you to taste in full your holiday and to relax. Every evening, at sunset, the Seiser Alm countryside transforms itself in a game of lights around Langkofel and Plattkofel that glitter with shades of red and orange.
This magical atmosphere with lights enchants the visitor, convinces guests to rest and to let their fantasy run wild through stories, fairy tales and legends. 

The Molignon haven is one of the most loved havens in the breath-taking panorama of the Dolomites. Steep and rocky formations characterises the soft landscape of the Seiser Alm.

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