Guided tours

The Museum Ladin Ćiastel de Tor and the Museum Ladin Ursus ladinicus organize cultural activities both inside the exhibition areas and outdoors.
(Ladin, German and Italian are the only languages used during the activities).

 

 

 

The Dolomites: nature and culture - the watermills in Longiarü (every Wednesday from the 7th of July to the 8th of September 2021)

 

 

Guided tour to the watermills ("Mills'Valley") in Longiarü

We propose a day based on the nature and the Ladin culture, organised with the following programme:

In the morning:
09.30 a.m. meeting at the church square in Longiarü for visiting the "Mills Valley". During this guided visit you can admire eight different watermills.
One of these was once used to grind the barleycorns, thanks to a set of stones piled on each other.
It is also worth mentioning a cableway that is namely a power take off for a lumber mill and a lime oven (cialciara) which was once used to burn lime.
The visit lasts until 12 p.m.. Afterwards the Tourist Office organises a visit to the traditional farmhouse Lüch de Oriana (duration ca. 40 min.).
Afternoon:
visit to the Ladin Museum "Ciastel de Tor" (San Martin de Tor)

 

When:
from the 14th of July to the 25th of August 2021 
from 09.30 a.m. to 12.00 p.m.
every Wednesday


Attendance: 10 Euro

only guided tour in the morning: 5 Euro

Minimum 5 people; Max 10 people

 

Reservations at the Museum Ladin Ciastel de Tor Tel. 0474 524020/e-mail: info@museumladin.it from Monday to Friday from 8.45 A.M. until 5 P.M.,

or directly at the cash desk during the opening hours,

and in every Tourist Office in Val Badia.

Excursion to the Conturines cave (every second Thursday from the 1st of July to the 9th of September 2021)

 

Guided excursion to the Conturines cave with Nature Park experts

Guided hike to the spectacular Conturines cave (2.750m), where fossils of Ursus ladinicus, the Ladin cave bear, were found.

The cave, 200m long and located at 2.750m above see level, was discovered in 1987. In its inside fossilised bones of a hitherto unknown cave bear species were found. The species was subsequently named Ursus ladinicus.
You have to ascend over 1.000 meters, mostly on steep scree slopes, to reach the discovery site – which is the world highest cave bear discovery place. Even though the climb is demanding, hikers are completely rewarded by the sight of the wonderful stalactites inside the cave, where 40.000 years ago the extinct herbivore bears used to live.
Route description:
From the Capanna Alpina (1.726m), San Cassiano, on path n°11 to Col de Locia (2.069), then in direction of the Gran Fanes hut. The tour then continues along an unmarked trail through mountain pines and across steep screes, eventually reaching the Conturines cave (2.750m). After visiting the cave, the way back follows the same route.
Inside the cave you need warm clothing (temperatures of approx. 1°C) and a headlamp. We recommend to carry hiking sticks to walk across the scree terrain.


Every second Thursday - 01.07.2021 | 15.07.2021 | 29.07.2021 | 12.08.2021 | 26.08.2021 | 09.09.2021
Start: 8.30 a.m. San Cassiano / Capanna Alpina
End: approx 4. p.m. San Cassiano / Capanna Alpina
Altitude difference: ca. ↑ 1.100 m, ↓ 1.100 m
Duration: 7 h

Difficulty: challenging, for well-trained hikers

Lunch: packed lunch
Equipment: trekking shoes, mountain wear, hiking sticks and headlamp
Guide: Alfred Erardi

Price: € 10,00

Information and reservation at all the Val Badia's tourist offices.

Cooperation with the provincial Office for Nature (Amt für Natur)

 

Naturalistic guided hike in the Puez-Odle Nature Park (every Friday from the 9th of July until the 27th of August)

Börz – among fossils and flowers

Naturalistic hike focusing on the geology of the Dolomites and the montane ecosystems

The mountain pass "Börz" ("Passo delle Erbe"), sited in the Puez-Odle Nature Park, is the perfect place to take an easy stroll among conifers, shrubs and montane grasslands while observing the petrified see of the Dolomites. Thus, hikers can discover the geological history of the Dolomites getting at the same time an insight into the tight relationships between rock, vegetation and fauna of the montane ecosystems. In association with the Office for Nature.

Afternoon: visit to the Museum Ladin Ciastel de Tor (San Martino).

When:
from the 9th of July until the 27th of August
every Friday
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Morning:
10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
meeting point:
"Passo delle Erbe" parking
There are parking fees to pay. For the participants at the hike, who would like to get on the pass using public transportation, there's the opportunity to use the museum's parking for free. The hike programm is compatible with the public transportation's timetable.

Afternoon:

visit to the Museum Ladin Ciastel de Tor
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Attendance:
10 Euros guided tour in the morning and visit to the museum
5 Euros just for the excursion in the morning
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Max 15 people

 

Reservations at the Museum Ladin Ciastel de Tor Tel. 0474 524020/e-mail: info@museumladin.it from Monday to Friday from 8.45 A.M. until 5 P.M.,

or directly at the cash desk during the opening hours,

and in every Tourist Office in the Val Badia.