Links to further Explore the Dolomites

links with more information on the region, the Dolomite mountains, and it’s people:

The world’s most beautiful mountains: www.provincia.bz.it/parchi.naturali

The mountains, peoples, and languages of the Dolomites: www.altabadia.org

Natural monuments: www.valgardina.it

South Tyrol’s mightiest Fortress: www.casteltirolo.it

The world’s most prominent mummy: www.iceman.it

South Tyrol’s most splendid abbey: www.abbazianovacella.it

The best-preserved town wall in the entire Alpine area: www.glurns.net

South Tyrol’s highest rural habitations: www.redrooster.it

South Tyrol’s linguistic wealth: www.museumladin.it

The sunniest and one of Europe’s most beautiful botanical gardens: www.trauttmansdorff.it

Europe’s highest mines: www.museominiere.it

South Tyrol’s peerless wine culture: www.vinialtoadige.com

Multifaceted cuisine linking north and south: www.suedtirol.info/recipes

The most vibrant custom in the Alpine region: www.werkstaetten.it

Voyage into a primordial world: www.bletterbach.info

King Laurin’s mythic rose garden: www.valdega.com

Bridge between north and south: www.unika.org

The minnesingers of the Dolomites: www.alpedisiusi.info

The evolution of tourism in the Dolomites: www.grandhotel-toblach.com

The pioneers of mountaineering: www.messner-mountain-museum.it

The front lines of World War 1: www.lagazuoi5torri.dolomiti.org

Color takes center stage at the mountain lakes: www.valledibraies.info

Conserving our natural heritage: www.provinz.bz.it/nature-parks

UNESCO World Heritage Dolomites: www.provinz.bz.it/nature-territory

12 ways to explore culture and South Tyrol’s way of life: www.suedtirol.info/culturonda_en

12 ways to explore wine culture in South Tyrol: www.suedtirol.info/culturonda_wine

For more information on how you can experience this amazing and diverse area please contact Gary Scott at: gary@rightpathadventures.com