More than 80 three-thousand-metre peaks frame the Valli di Tures and Aurina between Gais and Casere at the head of the valley
The Valle di Tures and the Valle Aurina valleys, the northernmost side valleys of South Tyrol, branch off from the Val Pusteria valley and stretch to the idyllic end of the valley at the Holy Spirit Pilgrimage Church in Casere. There everyone can "wipe off" his sins at the "Schliefstein" stone according to an old tradition before continuing to one of the alpine huts. Here you are in the heart of the Vedrette di Ries-Aurina Nature Park with its three-thousand metre peaks.
Between Gais, Campo Tures and Predoi there are many places of interest, including the two side valleys Valle di Riva and Valle di Selva dei Molini, the "Valley of Water". In the Valli di Tures and Aurina, the Riva Waterfalls rush down the cliffs, Tures Castle rises, the Aurino river invites you to go rafting, and a small yellow train takes you to the Predoi Show Mine and the Predoi Climate Gallery.