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Summer vacation in the Dolomites every day an adventure

„The first morning, just as I had such a good breakfast, Hans – the landlord – said to me:” Just the right day to show you my mountains, “and we were on our way to an unforgettable day experience. The great thing about the whole day, between romantic silence on the alpine pastures and hearty stop in rustic huts, was actually the friendliness and closeness of the people, who are here in the Villnöss valley with every little chat or “hello”.“

„The first morning, just as I had such a good breakfast, Hans – the landlord – said to me:” Just the right day to show you my mountains, “and we were on our way to an unforgettable day experience. The great thing about the whole day, between romantic silence on the alpine pastures and hearty stop in rustic huts, was actually the friendliness and closeness of the people, who are here in the Villnöss valley with every little chat or “hello”.“

World Natural Heritage Dolomites our unique business card

The Council of the World Cultural Organization Unesco declared the Dolomites a World Heritage Site on June 26th, 2009:

“Thus, the Dolomites, of which a large part is located in our country, have achieved the world’s highest recognition for a natural site,” said Provincial Governor Luis Durnwalder and Provincial Council Michl Laimer. The latter was personally in Seville to accept the decision of the UNESCO World Council.

“With the title ‘World Natural Heritage’, the Dolomites have been awarded a unique business card,” emphasized Durnwalder after the decision of Unesco. For Laimer, the inclusion of the Dolomites in the list of World Heritage is “the culmination of our landscape conservation policy”, the area recognized by the Unesco in South Tyrol includes four nature parks and the Bletterbach gorge, whose protection has been provided for years.

“Unique monumental beauty”:

Laimer had traveled confidently to Sevilla, because the technical committee of the Unesco had examined the corrected second request of the five provinces involved in advance.

“It is a relief and a great pleasure to have Unesco’s positive decision,” emphasizes the Provincial Council, which emphasizes that the inclusion of the Dolomites in Unesco is also something special. “Crucial was not a special aspect, as is the case in other areas with the presence of fossils or volcanoes. The reason for including the Dolomites in the Unesco list is their ‘unique monumental beauty’, “says Laimer.

“Treating the natural heritage with respect and responsibility”

Both the provincial governor and the provincial council refer not only to the advertising effect and the recognition, which went out from the predicate ‘World Natural Heritage’, but also to the ‘internal’ effect.

“We hope that this official confirmation that we are living, as South Tyroleans, in a unique area around the world ensures that we treat this natural heritage with respect and responsibility,” says Laimer.

The World Heritage application for the Dolomites covers areas in five provinces. In South Tyrol these are the Bletterbachschlucht gorge as well as the Puez-Geisler, Schlern-Rosengarten with the Latemar, Fanes, Sennes and Pragser Dolomites as well as the Sexten Dolomites with the Drei Zinnen.

The Council of the World Cultural Organization Unesco declared the Dolomites a World Heritage Site on June 26th, 2009:

“Thus, the Dolomites, of which a large part is located in our country, have achieved the world’s highest recognition for a natural site,” said Provincial Governor Luis Durnwalder and Provincial Council Michl Laimer. The latter was personally in Seville to accept the decision of the UNESCO World Council.

“With the title ‘World Natural Heritage’, the Dolomites have been awarded a unique business card,” emphasized Durnwalder after the decision of Unesco. For Laimer, the inclusion of the Dolomites in the list of World Heritage is “the culmination of our landscape conservation policy”, the area recognized by the Unesco in South Tyrol includes four nature parks and the Bletterbach gorge, whose protection has been provided for years.

“Unique monumental beauty”:

Laimer had traveled confidently to Sevilla, because the technical committee of the Unesco had examined the corrected second request of the five provinces involved in advance.

“It is a relief and a great pleasure to have Unesco’s positive decision,” emphasizes the Provincial Council, which emphasizes that the inclusion of the Dolomites in Unesco is also something special. “Crucial was not a special aspect, as is the case in other areas with the presence of fossils or volcanoes. The reason for including the Dolomites in the Unesco list is their ‘unique monumental beauty’, “says Laimer.

“Treating the natural heritage with respect and responsibility”

Both the provincial governor and the provincial council refer not only to the advertising effect and the recognition, which went out from the predicate ‘World Natural Heritage’, but also to the ‘internal’ effect.

“We hope that this official confirmation that we are living, as South Tyroleans, in a unique area around the world ensures that we treat this natural heritage with respect and responsibility,” says Laimer.

The World Heritage application for the Dolomites covers areas in five provinces. In South Tyrol these are the Bletterbachschlucht gorge as well as the Puez-Geisler, Schlern-Rosengarten with the Latemar, Fanes, Sennes and Pragser Dolomites as well as the Sexten Dolomites with the Drei Zinnen.

E-bike & mountain bike in South Tyrolon the road on two wheels

Mountain biking is very trendy and brings both children and adults into nature. The fun of exercising, expressing an active lifestyle and experiencing nature are just some of the reasons why mountain biking is so popular.

Whether alone or in a group: the diversity of the landscape in the Dolomites Villnöss valley is the ideal setting for unforgettable bike excursions. Flowing trails, intense verticals or relaxed bike paths: on a route network that covers over 140 kilometers, you will find your perfect tour!

E-bike & mountain bike in South Tyrol - on the road on two wheels

E-bike & mountain bike in South Tyrolon the road on two wheels

Mountain biking is very trendy and brings both children and adults into nature. The fun of exercising, expressing an active lifestyle and experiencing nature are just some of the reasons why mountain biking is so popular.

Whether alone or in a group: the diversity of the landscape in the Dolomites Villnöss valley is the ideal setting for unforgettable bike excursions. Flowing trails, intense verticals or relaxed bike paths: on a route network that covers over 140 kilometers, you will find your perfect tour!

E-bike & mountain bike in South Tyrol - on the road on two wheels
Exclusively for our guests: Our own e-bike rental

Exclusively for our guests Our own e-bike rental

Now you can also explore the Villnöss valley by e-bike. All bikers who want to cycle through the countryside and easily get over inclines should definitely try the latest trend. With the e-bike, you can explore the mountains of the VillnössGeisler effortlessly, exhaust-free, climate-friendly and guaranteed free of muscle hangovers. In addition, qualified mountain bike guides offer tours by e-bike through South Tyrol.
For more information: Brochure eBike holiday in the Villnöss valley.

Exclusively for our guests Our own e-bike rental

Now you can also explore the Villnöss valley by e-bike. All bikers who want to cycle through the countryside and easily get over inclines should definitely try the latest trend. With the e-bike, you can explore the mountains of the VillnössGeisler effortlessly, exhaust-free, climate-friendly and guaranteed free of muscle hangovers. In addition, qualified mountain bike guides offer tours by e-bike through South Tyrol.
For more information: Brochure eBike holiday in the Villnöss valley.

Exclusively for our guests: Our own e-bike rental

More activities & sights for your holiday in the Dolomites

It never gets boring in Reinhold Messner’s home valley – thanks to a series of exciting activities that invite you to try something new while on holiday in the Dolomites.

High ropes climbing garden: high in Villnöss

High ropes climbing gardenIn a unique panorama in the middle of the Unesco World Natural Heritage at the foot of the Geisler peaks in the Villnöss valley is just 50 meters from the Ranui car park directly in the forest our high ropes course. This offers itself as an ideal destination for the whole family.

 

More informations: here.

 

 

Nature park house Villnöss in the center of the Puez-Geisler Nature Park

Nature park house Villnöss

Since 2009, the Nature Park House in St. Magdalena in Villnöss offers exciting exhibitions and information about the Puez-Geisler Nature Park and its impressive mountain groups such as the Geisler peaks and the Peitlerkofel massif. A must for those who would like to learn more about the geological features of the nature park.

More informations: here.

The Teisler balls in the Mineral Museum Teis

The Teisler balls in the Mineral Museum Teis

Go on a treasure hunt: The Mineral Museum Teis is located in the mountain village of the same name and houses the mineral collection of the mountain guide Paul Fischnaller. The most important pieces include the so-called Teis balls, which reach up to twenty centimeters in diameter and hide in their cavities up to seven different minerals.

Tip: A highlight for children are the guided hikes, where you can even search for Teis balls.

More informations: here.

 

Horse riding: on horseback in Villnöss

An excursion on horseback in front of the idyllic scenery of the Villnösser valley is one of the most beautiful experiences during a holiday in the Dolomites. Gallop across lush meadows or through snow-covered landscapes – always in view: the imposing Geisler Group.

For information and bookings contact the hiking equestrian farm Rieferhof..

 

Climbing in Villnöss

Climbing in Villnöss
In the numerous climbing gardens of the Eisack valley, passionate climbers will get their money’s worth: at the foot of the Peitlerkofel lies the “Würzjoch” climbing garden, whose massive boulders harmonize perfectly with nature. Along the Adolf-Munkel-Weg you will also find the “Zanser Alm” climbing garden, it offers a total of 50 routes in all levels of difficulty, and if it rains, you can visit the Climbing Center Vertikale in Brixen, where you will find a climbing gym with numerous walls and routes./span>

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