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Holiday in Tires al Catinaccio / Tiers am Rosengarten

Holiday, surrounded by the mighty Dolomite peaks

At the foot of the famous Rosengarten, lies the holiday village of Tires. The fact that large parts of the municipality are located in the Schlern - Rosengarten Nature Park makes it very clear: Tiers is a natural paradise beyond comparison.

The wonderful landscape around Tires am Rosengarten is best explored in summer with long hikes. A variety of trails meander through alpine pastures and forests to the very top of the most famous Dolomite peaks. This area is a real paradise, especially for climbing enthusiasts, especially as there are several climbing routes around Rosengarten and Mount Sciliar. Similarly, the entire area has long been popular with mountain bikers for adventurous active holidays.

The winter in Tires al Catinaccio is also diverse and varied: Just a few minutes away is the family-friendly Carezza ski resort with 40 kilometres of slopes and 15 state-of-the-art lifts. If that's not enough, you can expect a variety of skiing fun in the nearby Latemar-Obereggen and Seiser Alm ski resorts.

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Tires am Rosengarten
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The Rosengarten

Rosengarten: one of the most famous peaks in the Dolomites. Legend has it that King Laurin had a rose garden here, which he cursed as it betrayed him. Since then, the mountains glow red each evening - an impressive natural spectacleRosengarten / Catinaccio stretches from Mount Sciliar in the north to Karerpass in the south. The main summit is the 1 km long Rosengartenspitze, at 2,981 m, only the second largest. It was first climbed in 1874 by British climbers C. Comyn Tucker and T.H. Carson. A year earlier, they climbed Kesselkogel, the highest mountain of the Rosengarten group at 3,004 m.


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