Panoramic view of the Rosengarten and Latemar at sunset  | © Valentin Pardeller
Winter Rosengarten Alpenglow | © Valentin Pardeller
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Dolomites & Nature

The precious natural world of the Dolomites

A scenic treasure worthy of protection

The Rosengarten and Latemar massifs stretch into the blue sky above the Dolomites as if posing for a painting; the mighty Bletterbach gorge scours the rocks at the foot of the Weisshorn, revealing evidence of prehistoric times: together with the Schlern-Rosengarten, Fanes-Sennes-Prags, Tre Cime di Lavaredo and Puez-Odle nature parks, the Dolomite monuments of the Eggental valley form part of the South Tyrolean section of the UNESCO World Heritage Site and are thus quite literally unique in the world. The Dolomites cover an area of 142,000 hectares and were declared a UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site in 2009 due to their scenic beauty and their geological and geomorphological significance.

We all have a responsibility for environmentally friendly behaviour and respectful conduct, both in the mountains and in everyday life. After all, we want our children and their children to be able to follow our green footsteps in the Dolomites, don’t we?

Sea of fogs and the Rosengarten mountain in winter | © StorytellerLabs
Rosengarten
King Laurin's Realm
Starry sky summer Rosengarten and Latemar | © David Gruber
Sun, moon & stars
The world of stars in Steinegg
Latemar Erzlahnscharte Winter | © Gabriel Eisath
Latemar
A mountain full of adventures
Earth Pyramids Steinegg Summer Forest | © TV Steinegg/Alfred Tschager
Earty pyramids
Giants from clay
Bletterbach colourful trees View of Weißhorn | © Geoparc Bletterbach/Christian Weber
Bletterbach gorge
The (hi)story of the Earth
Frozen Lake Carezza Sunshine Winter | © Alexandra Näckler
Lake Carezza
“...where the Dolomites gaze in the mirror.”
Sea of fogs and the Rosengarten mountain in winter | © StorytellerLabs
Rosengarten
King Laurin's Realm
Starry sky summer Rosengarten and Latemar | © David Gruber
Sun, moon & stars
The world of stars in Steinegg
Latemar Erzlahnscharte Winter | © Gabriel Eisath
Latemar
A mountain full of adventures
Earth Pyramids Steinegg Summer Forest | © TV Steinegg/Alfred Tschager
Earty pyramids
Giants from clay
Bletterbach colourful trees View of Weißhorn | © Geoparc Bletterbach/Christian Weber
Bletterbach gorge
The (hi)story of the Earth
Frozen Lake Carezza Sunshine Winter | © Alexandra Näckler
Lake Carezza
“...where the Dolomites gaze in the mirror.”
Snowy winter landscape around the Latemar | © Alexandra Näckler
Mindful on the Mountain

To preserve these natural treasures for future generations, it is crucial that we all contribute to their protection. We have therefore launched the “Mindful on the Mountain” project, with locals, tourism professionals and guests all actively encouraged to take part. In concrete terms, this means drinking tap water instead of buying bottled water; not leaving rubbish behind, while picking up other people’s rubbish on the way; using public transport, walking, cycling or using the lifts instead of driving; and also observing signs and signposts, closing gates and fences behind you, being considerate of other mountain explorers, and keeping dogs on a leash!

Rosengarten and Latemar fresh snow | © Alexandra Näckler
Two skiers Kölner Hütte Slopes Rosengarten Alpenglow | © Harald Wisthaler
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