UNESCO World Heritage Sites in South Tyrol

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Mountain and ski guide

  • Guiding people on mountain tours over rock and ice or in any case in the mountains
  • Guiding people on ski tours or ski excursions
  • Specialised instruction in mountaineering and ski touring

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Hiking guides

  • Plan and lead hikes on paths and trails
  • Provide interesting facts about the landscape, history, flora and fauna
  • Take the planning and organisational work off your hands

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Alpine School

  • The union of 12 alpine schools
  • Expertise in mountain, flora and fauna
  • Training for increased safety, enjoyment, and know-how in climbing, mountaineering, hiking, ice climbing, skiing, and snowshoeing...

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UNESCO World Heritage

Committed to humanity

There are two links between the South Tyrolean mountain guides and UNESCO.  

On the one hand, there is the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage Site, which encompasses large parts of one of the most important areas in which South Tyrolean mountain guides work and aims to preserve their - according to the UNESCO declaration - "unique scenic beauty". The Dolomites have been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2009.

Exactly ten years after the Dolomites were declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site at the end of 2019, UNESCO recognised alpinism in France, Italy and Switzerland as an intangible World Heritage Site, thereby underlining its historical, social and cultural significance. One of the pillars of UNESCO's recognition - alongside Alpine associations and mountain rescue services - are the approximately 5,000 mountain guides recognised in the three countries, their expertise and tradition. 

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