The decommissioned Climate Shaft maintains a microclimate that is very beneficial for adults and children with breathing problems.
The shaft reaches about 1100 meters inside the mountain and is a place of peace, relaxation, and recuperation.
The beautifullest huts, snack bars and refugies in the nature park Rieserferner Ahrn
"What would the Alps be like without their refuge huts and Alpine huts?"
Locality: Sand in Taufers
Date: July and August - Every Thuesday evening from 19:00
"Tauferer Strassenküche" is a special event in july and august with traditional dishes from South Tyrol. Learn more about tradition in Ahrntal
Recreational fun with thrilling climbing for experts and professionals in the climbing crags of Luttach/Lutago, Sand in Taufers/Campo Tures and Steinhaus/Cadipietra in Tauferer Ahrntal Valley in South Tyrol.
The climbing crags offer versatile climbing trails on a height of various meters – mostly laid out between high trees. According to the skills in the high rope courses in the Tauferer Ahrntal Valley you have at your disposal courses with different difficulties and obstacles. In the high rope courses both beginners and professionals have the possibility to prove their courage and their skills and also to learn more about their limits.
The name "Maranatha" is Aramaic, Jesus’ mother-tongue, and means „Our Lord May Come“. The impressive collection with numerous carved wooden figures will impress the old and young alike.
The mighty Castle Taufers originated from the dynasty of the Sirs of Taufers with impressive and interesting defense fortifications.
Since 1440 copper was mined at Rötbach and smelted at Ahrntal Valley. Mining was suspended in 1893. The interior of the St. Ignaz Mine can be toured via a mine train.
The Museum of Folk Art in Dietenheim by Bruneck opened in 1976. It is spread over 3 hectares of land and contains about two dozen structures that were rebuilt between 1977 and 1993 and would have been destroyed otherwise.
Exhibits more than 950 mineral types from the Ziller Valley region and Upper Tauern region formed 30 million years ago in the very depth of our planet Earth. 300 m² of exhibits in St. Johann at Ahrntal Valley.
A three-dimensional relief provides information regarding mountains, trails, lodges, lakes and waterfalls. Children will be entertained with fairy tales and legends from the past. Admission is free.
Situated high on a hill and surrounded by strong towers and defense walls, the castle was meant do defend the Pustertal Valley against intruders. With Messner Mountain Museum.