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The South Tyrolean Grand Canyon

This unique nature spectacle is located in the Trudner Horn Nature Park and is a true highlight for tall and small!

Have you already heard of the South Tyrolean Bletterbach gorge? This gorge is the number 1 natural highlight during spa holidays in the Dolomites, not only for nature-loving families with children. The Bletterbach gorge, also known as South Tyrol’s Grand Canyon, was created about 15,000 years ago and is located in South Tyrol’s sunny south, between the charming villages of Aldino/Aldein and Redagno/Radein. The GEO trail leads you and your family or friends across this fascinating gorge, over stairs, bridges, and ladders, through over 200 million years of geological history! Various information boards along the way elaborate the various stone layers in detail. Fossilized mussels, plants, and animals, as well as some unique traces of dinosaurs (!) are waiting to be discovered. You see, a spa break à la Belvita is a lot more than wellness alone. So, when are you coming to stay at this spa hotel in Italy?

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