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From Seiser Alm/Alpe di Siusi to Goldknopf

Winter hiking · Seiser Alm
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  • Cross the alpine meadows and hike slightly downwards to Laurin Hut.
    Cross the alpine meadows and hike slightly downwards to Laurin Hut.
    Photo: Maurizio Capobussi
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moderate
Distance 11.2 km
3:32 h
477 m
476 m
Highest point of Alpe di Siusi
Hike to the higher Tschapitwiesen meadows and on to Goldknopf

Point of departure for this hike is the village of Compatsch at Seiser Alm/Alpe di Siusi, which can be reached with the cable cars from Seis/Siusi (with the ski bus from Tires al Catinaccio/Tiers am Rosengarten). From Compatsch you first hike to Hotel Panorama, which can also be reached with a chairlift. You cross the alpine meadows and hike slightly downwards to Laurin Hut. Once you reach the forest road you turn left and hike in the direction of Rosszähne/Denti di Terrarossa. Then you hike to the higher Tschapitwiesen meadows and on to Goldknopf (2249 m), the highest point of Seiser Alm/Alpe di Siusi. From the ridge you hike down to Mahlknechtschwaige, a cosy hut offering great lunches. The return path leads diagonally over the Seiser Alm/Alpe di Siusi meadows. Within 1 hour on a comfortable path you reach Compatsch and the mountain station of the cable cars.

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Laura Rech
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