In autumn, the Dolomites transform into a canvas of warm hues as the deciduous trees change colors. The landscape is bathed in shades of gold, red, and orange, creating a stunning contrast against the rugged mountain backdrop. Whether you're hiking through alpine meadows or driving along scenic routes, the vibrant fall foliage adds an extra layer of beauty to the already breathtaking surroundings.
Experience the enchanting tradition of "Törggelen" in South Tyrol, a sensory celebration of autumn. Amidst the breathtaking mountain backdrop, join locals in rustic taverns to savor the year's new wine, freshly pressed apple juice, and a feast of seasonal delights. From savory speck and cheeses to warm chestnuts, Törggelen is a unique culinary journey, inviting you to revel in the flavors of the Dolomites amidst warm hospitality.
Photographing the Dolomites in autumn is a visual symphony of rugged peaks and vibrant wildflowers. The soft spring light accentuates the dramatic contours, creating an ideal canvas for photographers. Iconic landmarks like the Seceda Peaks, Lago di Braies, or the Puez-Odle Nature Park offer compelling compositions. From sunrise to sunset, the interplay of light on the jagged peaks adds an ethereal touch. Moreover, on the first weekend in September of each year the UNIKA art fair celebrates creative ideas that combine the local woodcarving tradition with new trends.