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Discover the treasures of Aldein - Your journey begins here!

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Located on the edge of the Dolomites, Aldein is a place for an active holiday. Our motto is: experience nature, sports, culture, and culinary delights. Here, you'll find inspiration for your holiday activities along with some useful links for planning.

Discover the local treasures with us:

  • World Natural Heritage Geoparc Bletterbach: The Bletterbach Gorge is an impressive canyon, adventure park, learning center, and natural monument - all in one! Explore geological treasures and diverse landscape forms that showcase the development of Earth and humanity from unusual perspectives. The gorge can be hiked from Aldein, Radein, and Auer all the way to the Weißhorn. The visitor center (exhibitions and guided tours) is open from May to October. Visit us at:

  • Our Mountains: The Weißhorn (2,317m) and the Schwarzhorn (2,439m), separated by the Joch Grimm, characterize our hinterland. The peaks offer excellent panoramic views and invite numerous hiking and mountain biking tours.

  • The Göllersee: A lake accessible on mostly flat forest paths, surrounded by extensive Regglberg forests. It can be reached from Aldein after about an hour's hike through mixed forests. The elongated lake is surrounded by trees and is also suitable for bathing in midsummer.

  • Rosengarten, Latemar, and Karerpass: Here, the legend of King Laurin originates, here you'll see the Rosengarten glow in the sunset... This area in the southwest of the Dolomites, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, extends over 250 km² from the Tiers Valley and Gummer Mountain to Lake Carezza and the Eggental. In the north, the area is bordered by the imposing Schlern. This area can be reached from Aldein in about 30 minutes and enriches our hinterland.

  • The Village of Aldein: Aldein is one of the very old settlements that project deeply into the mountain range of the so-called "Regglberg" and is located at 1,225 meters above sea level. The landscape is characterized by the two "twins," the Weiß- and Schwarzhorn. The area was inhabited as early as the time of Bavarian immigration. Places of interest: the parish church of St. Jakob and St. Helena (1309 and 1338), the village museum, the birthplace of Cardinal Franzelin, the ruins referred to as "Leiterburg" along the "Leiterweg," the "Burgstallegg," a site of prehistoric "refuge castles."

  • The Mill Museum: Restored mills in the valley: The Mill Museum showcases the use of water power during the time of our ancestors. In addition to 2 traditional grain mills, there's a smithy, a saw, and the so-called "Schiaßermühl" on display. Mill tours with guides take place regularly in summer. Special tours by reservation for groups of at least 5 people.

  • The Pilgrimage Site Maria Weißenstein: Amidst meadows and forests lies Maria Weißenstein, the most important pilgrimage site in South Tyrol. The origin of the Maria Weißenstein pilgrimage site dates back to 1553 when the Virgin Mary appeared to Leonhard Weißensteiner to heal him from his illness. In gratitude, she asked him to build a chapel where believers could pray for her help. Since the original chapel immediately became the destination of numerous pilgrims, it was necessary to build a proper church.

  • Golfing: In just 5 minutes, you'll reach the 18-hole course in Petersberg. Situated amidst forests, the expansive area offers everything a golfer's heart desires. More information about the facility and prices can be found at:

  • World of Legends: The Gevatterstein above Carnol and the Hexenstein: The Gevatterstein is a place surrounded by legends. It is said that the Ebnerbauer pressed the Steinhauserbauer against a stone during a drunken quarrel. The imprints in the stone are still clearly visible in place. On the way to the Göllersee, you'll come across a large stone standing on a slope. This stone is called Hexenstein and was the scene of spooky events during Walpurgis Night.

  • The Town of Radein: Radein is located on the other side of the Bletterbach Gorge and consists of numerous agricultural settlements spread over a mountain ridge. Particularly picturesque is the church of St. Wolfgang built on a small hill. Places of interest: the church of St. Wolfgang (1309), the geological museum about the Bletterbach.

  • Museums: Here are some museums you can visit in the region:,,,,,,

  • Entertainment: If you're looking for entertainment, here are some recommendations for you:,,,,,,



In addition to traditional Tyrolean cuisine and Italian influences, you can try local specialties such as Aldein Mohnkrapfen, Strauben, and "Aldeiner Kloazenschlutzer". Find a list of local businesses here.



Pizzeria Waldrast - Mitterstrich - Tel. 0471 886815, Gasthof zur Krone - Aldein Town Center -, Gasthof Ebner/Pfiffikus - Aldein Town Center -, Gasthof Schönblick - Wildeich -,

Restaurant Ploner - Aldein, Dachselweg - Tel. 0471 886556, G Gasthof Roter Adler - Oberradein - Tel. 0471 887227, Gasthaust Nigglhof - Oberradein - Tel. 0471 887165


Alpine Farms:

Schmiederalm - Lerch -, Lahneralm - Lerch -, Gurndinalm - Jochgrimm -, Auerlegeralm - Jochgrimm - Tel. 339 8889293, Neuhüttalm - Tel. 333 1584033

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