Visitor Centre and GEOMuseum
Daily open from 9.30 am to 6 pm,
from April 29st until October 31st.
Visitors per year
experience geological history
A journey through millions of years…
… is that along your hiking tour through the Bletterbach gorge. This UNESCO World Heritage site provides insight into the inner part of the mountains, into the world of rocks and stones and into the structure of the Dolomites. The gorge is an open book, where scientists, hikers passionate about geology, as well as nature-loving families with children may read about more than 40 million years of geological history.go hiking on...
Geological hiking tour with palaeontologist Evelyn Kustatscher
The palaeontologist working at the Museum of Nature South Tyrol, passes on her knowledge to visitors, provides interesting information about the habitats, and the creation of plant fossils and dinosaur traces of 260 million years ago. She also explains the scientific meaning of the UNESCO World Heritage.
03.07.2016 in German, start on the GEOMuseum at Redagno.
07.08.2016 in Italian, start on the Visitor Centre Aldino.
Day of the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage
01.05.2017 - 31.10.2017
Day of mobility:
On Sundays all our guest, who use the public bus to arrive to the GEOPARC Bletterbach infopoints will be rewarded.
During the season 2017 every Sunday is our day of mobility: users of the public bus line can access the gorge and the two museums at the Visitor Centre in Aldein and the GEOMuseum in Radein free of charge.
18.06.2017, 26.06.2016, 03.07.2016
Orchid hiking tour
Our orchid’s expert Johann Madl accompanies orchid fans on the way to explore over 20 orchid species in the UNESCO World Heritage area.
Guided hiking tour with the forester
Exploring the forest and its flora and fauna at the GEOPARC Bletterbach – this is the hiking tour experience accompanied by the foresters Armin Dalvai and Marco Coslop (in German and Italian).
14.08.2016 - 14.08.2016
Concert of the hunting horn group