Nature triumphs at the Alpina Dolomites Lodge
The Alpina Dolomites Lodge rises on Alpe di Siusi, one of Europe’s largest tablelands. The hotel has put nature – and a respectful relationship with it – right at the core of its philosophy, choosing a perfectly fitting location where animals and plants triumph with their beauty.
Here groundhogs, squirrels, chamois run wild; hawks and golden eagles fly above the forest; and goats, horses and cows are bred on farms. Plant life is made up of spruces, larches, pine trees, birches, wood anemones, and crocuses.
The Langkofel Group and the surrounding massifs – Odle and Puez, Sella and Marmolada, Pala di San Martino, Vajolet Towers, and the Rosengarten Group – further exalt the landscape.
Finally, winter snow makes this one of the most popular ski destinations in the world.
English philosopher Francis Bacon once said man
cannot command nature except by obeying her. Something the people at the Alpina Dolomites Lodge must obviously agree with.