Dolomites - UNESCO World Heritage

The Dolomites were inscribed on UNESCO's World Heritage List on June 26, 2009. Their "monumental beauty" and the "geological importance" were categorized as unique in the world. The Geisler Peaks in the Puez-Odle nature reserve are among the most attractive mountain landscapes in the world.
The Dolomites were inscribed on UNESCO's World Heritage List on June 26, 2009. Their "scenically monumental beauty" and the "geological and geomorphological importance" were categorized as unique in the world. The inscription on this list is the world's highest form of recognition for a natural site, "a sort of Nobel Prize" for natural assets. The Geisler Peaks in the Puez-Odle nature reserve are among the most attractive mountain landscapes in the world.

Adolf Munkel Trail

For the pristine nature lovers, the explorers and for those who enjoy hiking with their families. Discover the magic of the Dolomites landscape, sometimes wild, and romantic from now to then.
For the mountain hikers, for the pristine nature lovers, for those who are fascinated by the imposing Odle rock faces, for the explorers and for those who enjoy spending time with their families. Discover the magic of the Dolomites landscape, sometimes wild, and romantic from now to then.

Highlights:
  • breathtaking panoramic view
  • a rich plant life
  • alpine huts for refreshment
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