The Alpe di Siusi is located in the “Sciliar-Catinaccio, Latemar” system of the UNESCO Dolomites and is a lovely grassy rolling plateau, home to the fossil islands of Sciliar, Denti di Terrarossa and Sasso Piatto which emerge like waves in an ancient solidified sea. It features all the distinctive characteristics of the Dolomite landscape: large undulating plateaux covered in woods and meadows, large mantles of scree and the unmistakable shapes of the impressive massifs of bare rock. This is a classic Dolomite itinerary due to its particularly stunning views and the importance of the nature and flora found in the high-altitude meadows. These meadows are cultivated using traditional farming techniques found in the mountains, adding to the interest of the landscape.