The visitor centre of the Monte Corno Nature Park is located at Trodena and expects you with plenty of experiences.
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In the old mill in the village centre of Trodena the Monte Corno visitor centre offers really interesting details about the protected area. Among others you can find microscopically small bee pollen, different species of scorpions and lichens as well as a living anthill. The outdoor area is dedicated to the local geology and formed with typical vegetation of porphyry and limestone.
A unique electrically-operated bucket elevator mill, which is still fully functional, can also be lionised. In summer they mill flour here and make bread in the old woodstove which can be tasted afterwards. And children can be glad about Daksy, the smart badger and mascot of the South Tyrolean nature parks. He expects the little ones between 6 and 12 years with games and fun in the children’s workshop.
April 11, 2017, to Oct 28, 2017:
Tuesday to Saturday from 9 am to 12.30 am and from 2.30 pm to 6 pm
in July, August and September open also Sundays
phone: +39 0471 869247, email@example.com