Bolzano Wedding Photographer | Alpe di Siusi | Seiser Alm


30 Year Wedding Aniversary | Alpe di Siusi, Dolomites, Italy.


I met Dario and Christine at their daughter Tiziana’s destination wedding. I was very flattered how much they loved my work! So they flew me in to document everything. Me being there were actually part of the surprise, how great is that? It was an intimate celebration, just perfect! The scenery was amazing, so beautiful and picturesque! They were a fun and friendly bunch! And what a day well spent!

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It is located in the western part of the Dolomites and has an altitude between 1,680 m a.s.l. and 2,350 m a.s.l.; it extends for 52 km² between Val Gardena to the north, the Sassolungo Group to the north-east and the Sciliar massif to the south-east, which with its unmistakable profile is one of the most famous symbols of all the Dolomites. Given the vastness of the area, from here it is possible to admire a large number of mountain groups: among others, the Sella Group, the Rosengarten group and the Marmolada.

It is an alp, it is an area where pasture is practiced, the largest in Europe, divided into numerous plots reserved to grazing or from which the farmers get hay for their farms located downstream.

The eastern part has been included since 1975 in the Sciliar natural park.

Surrounding peaks

The alp offers a panoramic view which includes (from north, in a clockwise direction): Peitlerkofel (Sass de Putia, 2,873 m), the Odle and the Puez groups (3,025 m), the Gran Cir, the Sella group (3,152 m), Langkofel (Sassolungo, 3,181 m) and Plattkofel (Sassopiatto, 2,995 m), the Marmolada (3.343 m), the Pala group (Pale di San Martino, 3,192 m), the Vajolet Towers (2,821 m) the Rosengarten group (Catinaccio, 2,981 m) with the peak of the Kesselkogel (Catinaccio d’Antermoia, 3,002 m) and the Schlern (Sciliar, 2,450 m).