Tiers am Rosengarten
Gorgeous Mountain Vistas at the Foot of the Rosengarten
Enjoy nature, tradition and soft mobility!
The little village of Tiers am Rosengarten with its ca. 1,000 inhabitants sits at 1,020 m above sea level. It is one of the communities that you come across when you follow a grid of trails from Seiser Alm, the largest high mountain pasture of Europe, to the Rosengarten mountain range in the South Tyrolean Dolomites. The village is located at the entry pass of the huge nature reserve, Schlern-Rosengarten Nature Park. This location makes it the perfect place for a vacation without your car. Only 22 km from the state capital of Bozen, this winter paradise is an ideal getaway for hikers and mountaineers in the summer and snowshoe enthusiasts in the winter.
The highlights include the Bergler Tafel with typical dishes from Tiers am Rosengarten served amidst a legendary scenery or a day tour to discover the spectacular flora and fauna of the Dolomite mountains with a certified Nature Park ranger.
Soft Mobility around Town
Our convenient bus connections help you enjoy a carefree holiday adventure! Frequent bus services take you to Karerpass – from where you can take the Eggental hiking bus – or to the Fassa valley and the Laurin and Paolina aerial lifts. Buses run six times a day to the gorgeous Seiser Alm, largest high-altitude alpine meadow in Europe. In the winter, shuttle buses to Lake Karer ski area run every 30 minutes. Hourly buses take you to Bozen.
Enjoy your car-free holidays with the Mobilcard Rosengarten Latemar: For only 12 Euro for the 7-day pass, you can explore the region to your heart’s content.
With the Mobilcard South Tyrol (valid for 1/3/7 days), you can use all available means of public transportation in the entire South Tyrol region.
In summer the Guest Card offers:
- Free and unlimited use of 10 lifts for 3 of any 7 days in the heart of the Rosengarten/Catinaccio, Latemar and Seiser Alm/Alpe di Suisi;
- 7 days use of the Mobilcard South Tyrol;
- Up to 100% off certain tourist facilities and activities in the Rosengarten Latemar holiday area
With the Museummobil card you are not only using the entire public transport system of South Tyrol for free, but you also get free admission to about 80 museums in the region.
Special Softly Mobile Services
Almost 600 km of trails and 10 fixed cable routes ensure a fun-filled hiking adventure! Several times a week, the Tourism association TIERS AM ROSENGARTEN offers guided tours through many areas, including the Schlern-Rosengarten Nature Park. Snowshoe hikes in the winter are becoming increasingly popular.
And do take advantage of the low-priced Mobilcard. There has never been a better way to get around Tiers, Bozen and surroundings.
Currently no special offers available. For further information please contact the Pearl's tourist office.
Hiking / Biking / Nature
Nature Park Schlern-Rosengarten
The Nature Park Schlern-Rosengarten comprises nearly 7.000 hectare and is the oldest nature park in South Tyrol. The mountain masses Schlern and Rosengarten and the biggest alp in Europe, the landscape conservation area Seiser Alm, are the landmarks of the nature park. Also within the park are the Tschamin Valley and the Völser Lake.
Typical for the mountain forests encircling the Schlern are the red crossbill and the alpine willow tit. You can also find a multitude of capercaillie, woodpeckers and owls. The Dolomites are now registered in the list of UNESCO World Nature Heritage, because they are of unique and monumental beauty.
The nature park house Schlern-Rosengarten in the Tschamin valley near Tiers am Rosengarten is located in an old sawmill. The Info-Spot Völser Lake is filled with information about Fauna and Flora of the lake.
Long-distance hiking trail:
Via Alpina – Yellow Trail, Dolomite high-altitude hiking trail (I)
Long-distance bicycle trail:
Via Claudia Augusta
Tiers (46.469463, 11.525452)
  
Hauptbahnhof Bozen (46.496715, 11.358005)
  
  
  
- Tiers (46.469463, 11.525452)
Softly Mobile Arrival and Departure
Use public transportation, the convenient way to get to Tiers am Rosengarten!
The train takes you directly to Bozen, South Tyrol’s capital. From here, use an SAD bus to connect you to Tiers am Rosengarten. Or, if you desire, your host will be happy to pick you up at Bozen train station.