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Snow white for ever

7:40AM, Sunday morning, newly prepared slopes (almost) all for me. Best skiing in Seiser Alm

Pictures shot in Alpe di Siusi (Seiseralm), Italy. Click each picture to zoom in.

Schlern witch project

At the beginning of the path, the only danger looked like meeting some Sudtyroler fighting against Italian language.

The forest looked beautiful and walking through it was a perfect après-ski: not a sound around.

A few old trees blocked the path from time to time but they were easy to walk around

.. then the number of fallen / going to fall (?) trees increased …

I took this as a clear signal: run back! Pictures shot in the forest at Sciliar’s feet. Click each picture to zoom in.

Too many

Too many…

Too many…

Too many…

Better…

Perfect. Pictures shot in Alpe di Siusi (Seiseralm), Italy. Click each picture to zoom in.

Santnerspitze postcards

Johann Santner was a Tyrolean mountaineer and first to reach the summit of the Santnerspitze of the Schlern (Sciliar), which was given his name in his honor in 1880. The Santnerspitze is a constant presence on the east side of the town of Siusi.

Pictures shot in Siusi, Italy. Click each picture to zoom in.

The skiing plateau

Alpe di Siusi (Seiser Alm) is a Dolomite plateau and the largest high-altitude Alpine meadow (German: Alm) in Europe (Wiki)… and you might need 5 hours for comfortably skiing it east to west and back (and shoot many pictures in between).

Your round trip might begin close to the Schlern (Sciliar) double peak

… pass along the Sassolungo (long rock) e Sassopiatto (flat rock)…

… further skiing towards Monte Pana

.. and slowly back to Compatsch

Pictures shot in Alpe di Siusi (Seiseralm), Italy. Click each picture to zoom in.

Giddyup!

Giddyup mighty horse, bring us up to the pass

Giddyup! Giddyup! Trot in the snow

Giddyup! We are so comfy and warm behind here

Little horse what’s that shovel for?

The answer is coloring the snow…

Pictures shot in Alpe di Siusi (Seiseralm), Italy. Click each picture to zoom in.

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