The Dolomites - a UNESCO World Natural Heritage site

"King Laurin's Rosengarten is the most famous mountain ridge in the whole of the Dolomites." Reinhold Messner

Since June 2009 the mountains in the Dolomites, the Rosengarten and Latemar in Nova Levante-lake Carezza have been part of the UNESCO World Natural Heritage site and are also among the most beautiful mountains in the world.
We, the Eisath-Auer family, have always been fascinated and inspired by "our" mountains and we are all the more delighted that UNESCO has awarded this honour to the Dolomites. Certainly the sensational alpenglow at twilight must be counted as a feature worth seeing. An unforgettable natural spectacle, when the rock faces turn a glowing red.
"The western side of the Rosengarten massif is one of the best preserved tropical reefs. In this open air laboratory the interaction between lagoons, barriers, scarps and marine sedimentary deposits can be observed and researched." (UNESCO Brochure)