Sciliar Massif

Its characteristic form with the Santner and Euringer peaks makes the Sciliar Massif the landmark of South Tyrol.

Boasting a maximum altitude of only 2,534 m asl, the legendary Sciliar between Siusi, Tires and Fiè allo Sciliar may not be the highest mountain of the region, but with the near-by Latemar and Catinaccio groups it is among the most popular massifs of South Tyrol and the Dolomites.

The Sciliar Massif is part of the Sciliar-Catinaccio Nature Park and locates in the close surroundings of the Val Gardena. Numerous hiking trails, climbing routes and MTB tours lead across the area. Mt Sciliar offers also several possibilities in winter, furthermore the nearby Alpe di Siusi is connected with the Val Gardena skiing area.

Johann Santner was the first conquering the Sciliar Massif in 1880 and it was this man who gave the popular Santner Peak its name. By the way: did you know that in long passed days the Sciliar region was known as the home of the Sciliar Witches and of dwarfs? Still today, the Witches Beches, bizarre rock formations, are evidence of this popular belief.

Highest peak: Mt Pez (2,564 m asl)
Further summits: Castello Peak, Gabels Mull, Piccolo Sciliar, Santner Peak, Euringer Peak

  1. Monte Pez

    Monte Pez

    With its 2,564 m the Monte Pez is the highest mountain of the legendary Sciliar Massif.
  2. Punta Santner peak

    Punta Santner peak

    The 2,414 m high Punta Santner peak which rises above Siusi allo Sciliar, was…
  3. Punta Euringer peak

    Punta Euringer peak

    Together with the Punta Santner mountain, the 2,394 m high Punta Euringer peak is…

Suggested accommodations

  1. Alpenheim


  2. Hotel Digon

    Hotel Digon

  3. Hotel Grien

    Hotel Grien

  4. Vitalpina Hotel Dosses

    Vitalpina Hotel Dosses

  5. Hotel La Perla

    Hotel La Perla

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