Three different paths branch off directly from the mineral museum, offering real adventures, especially for children. They silently tell their stories about the peculiarities of the geology and botany of Teis. All you have to do is follow the trails, and listen carefully, while enjoying the tranquility of nature. Humming and singing stones await you on the first one, as well as a prospecting tunnel from which the Teiser Kugeln were dug in the past. The second takes you to a picturesque pond, while the third takes you directly past the trenches and bunkers from the First World War and in addition to a fabulous panoramic view of many mountain peaks in the area, also fascinates with a deep insight into the local history.
South Tyrol lies between Austria and Italy and is layered in a fascinating history. The trenches around Teis also provide an interesting attraction for visitors. Read more about this recent project by local historians here. Today they are not only witnesses to a difficult time, but also a place for lectures, concerts and tastings of delicious wines.