09.07.2023 | 07.08.2022 |

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.

24.07.2022 in German.
07.08.2022  in Italian.

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23.04.2023 - 31.10.2023

The new saurian trail

The Saurian Trail takes you on a journey to the Permian, about 260 million years ago, a time during which the rocks and fossils of the Bletterbach Gorge and the Dolomites were formed.
Families with children, senior citizens, individuals with disabilities, people out for an easy stroll, and also more adventurous hikers are invited to explore these footprints from the dim recesses of time and learn more about the creatures which created them.
They can compare ancient plants with modern-day species, and even study micro-fossils.

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01.05.2023 - 31.10.2023

My personal tour

The next family outing should be something special? A day that children and their parents, grandma and grandpa, aunts and uncles will remember for a long time?

Then take the opportunity to book your very own GEOPARC guide for your private tour. You are among yourself, so we can specifically address your wishes: What do you really want to see? Which topics are of particular interest to you? How long should the tour last? Do the children need an incentive to explore the gorge?

This offer is of course not only for families, but also for you and your partner, your friends, your employees …

For your personal tour you can contact us here.

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07.07.2023 | 14.07.2023 | 21.07.2023 | 28.07.2023 | 04.08.2023 | 11.08.2023 | 18.08.2023 | 25.08.2023

Stone and wild herbs

A variety of wild herbs prosper in the GEOPARC Bletterbach, and their different benefits in everyday life are at the core of this hiking tour themed “rocks and wild herbs”.

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