Since 2009, the Dolomites belong to the UNESCO Natural World Heritage sites. One more reason for protecting the landscape of the Val Gardena valley.
It is worldwide the highest tribute for a natural monument to be added to the list of the UNESCO Natural World Heritage Sites. The reason why the Dolomites came to this honour were mainly the beauty of its landscape and the worldwide unique geomorphological importance.
The protection, the preservation and the appreciation of the World Heritage Site of the Dolomites need to become a cultural objective. Raising awareness in the people is of utmost importance, as well as the sustainable development of this mountain region.
Also YOU can make a significant contribution for protecting this unique natural landscape.
> Respect of nature when doing ski touring in the open country. Don’t disturb the natural habitat of wild animals and plants.
> Avoid avalanche-prone slopes, don’t endanger yourselves, others or nature.
> Stay on the marked slopes and stick to the rules and signs.
> Switch off your car when you stop for a longer time.
> Use means of public transport and ski bus services, running regularly in the Val Gardena valley.