Living on the Edge – Surviving at High Altitudes
The high mountains provide a special habitat for a number of animal and plant species. Relatively few are able to survive for long in these harsh conditions above the forest line. Thanks to audio-visual and other aids such as rock puzzles, as well as images and videos, visitors can experience something of "life on the edge" for themselves.
Activity type: didactical guided tour
Duration: 1.5 hours
School levels: primary school, middle school, high school

Larches: Alpine “Child of Light” (starting July, 2019)
Interactive tour featuring the Alpine larch, the so-called “Child of Light”. The visit focuses on the world of the larch tree: needles, ants, larch resin also showing the different uses of its robust wood.
Activity type: guided tour
Duration: 1 hour
School level: primary school, middle school, high school

"Only Those Who Can Protect Themselves Can Survive"
With search and tactile games, students visiting the naturatrafoi Visitor Centre can immerse themselves in the inhospitable high mountain environment. How do humans, animals and plants protect themselves from the icy winds and freezing cold?
Activity type: workshop
Duration: 1.5 hours
School level: kindergarten, primary school, middle school, high school

The Bearded Vulture’s Learns to Fly (Wednesdays late May to mid-June)
If there are hatchlings again this year, the rare bearded vultures may be observed even while nesting.
Activity type: guided hike with National Park rangers.
Duration: 1.5 hours
School levels: kindergarten, primary school, middle school, high school

Contact: info@naturatrafoi.com / tel. (+39) 0473 612 031