This site uses cookies. By clicking on the button, you give your consent to the use of cookies, corresponding data transfer to third parties and the privacy statement according to the new EU GDPR.

If you not change browser settings, you agree to it. Learn more

I understand

Declaration on information obligationData protection

The protection of your personal data is very important to us. Therefore we process your data exclusively on the basis of the legal regulations (DSGVO 2016, TKG 2003). In this privacy policy we inform you about the most important aspects of data processing within our website.

Contact us
If you contact us via the form on the website or by e-mail, your data will be stored for six months to process the request and in case of follow-up questions. We will not share this information without your consent.

Your rights
In principle, you have the rights to information, correction, deletion, restriction, data portability, revocation and opposition. If you believe that the processing of your data violates data protection law or if your data protection claims have otherwise been violated in a way, you can complain to the supervisory authority. In Italy, this is the "Garante per la Privacy". right to Any person concerned by the processing of personal data shall have the right conferred by the European directive and regulatory authority at any time, for reasons arising from its particular situation, against the processing of personal data relating to it pursuant to Article 6 (1) (e) or f DS-GVO takes an objection. This also applies to profiling based on these provisions.

Right to revoke a data protection consent
Any person affected by the processing of personal data has the right, granted by the European directive and regulatory authority, to revoke consent to the processing of personal data at any time.

If the data subject wishes to assert their right to withdraw consent, they may at any time contact our data protection officer or another member of the data controller. If you have only visited the website and given your consent there, you can basically simply delete the cookies with your browser, as your consent as a cookie is stored on your computer. This will block the use of additional cookies from the site.



This site uses cookies to offer you the best possible user experience on our website. By using this website you consent to our use of cookies. More information can be found here.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer when you visit certain websites.

We use cookies for the site and -Subdomains - where we ask the user's consent, where this is expressly required by law or other relevant provisions - in order to facilitate the user to navigate and personalize the information sent to the user. We use beyond appropriate systems to collect information about the user, such as its IP address, browser type and operating system and / or from a user visited sites for safety and statistical purposes.

If you decide to disable or reject cookies, you may at some parts of the WWW.SCHLERNHAUS.IT Not be able to access Web site and its affiliated subdomains or they do not function properly.

In order to ensure a complete and problem-free use of this website, you should set your browser to accept cookies. The cookies make for your computer, your tablet or your smartphone is no danger. The WWW.SCHLERNHAUS.IT Cookies contain no personally identifiable information generated that can be used to identify the user, but only encrypted data.

The site WWW.SCHLERNHAUS.IT  and its associated subdomains use the following types of cookies:

Navigation Cookies

These cookies allow you to navigate on the website and use its features. Without cookies you may not be able to access these functions or they do not function properly. The Cookies absolutely necessary are used to store an identifier, so that we can identify each user uniquely and can provide a unified and well coordinated services.

Performance Cookies

These cookies can be from ourselves or from one of our partners; it can be either session cookies or to order permanent cookies. They serve only the website performance and improvement. These cookies do not collect information with which the user can be identified. All information may be collected through these cookies are aggregated in an anonymous form and used only to improve the functionality of the website

Feature Cookies

Cookies are typically stored as a result of an action of the user on his computer, but they can also be received when the user is offered a service without this was specifically requested. They can serve to prevent the same service will be offered the same user more than once. Furthermore, these cookies allow the site to keep track of the user's decisions. The information collected by these cookies is anonymous and can not be used to assess the user's behavior on other websites.

Disable cookies

Privacy laws give users the option to disable cookies ("opt out"), which are already installed on your device. This option applies to "technical Cookies" (Art. 122 of the Italian Data Protection Act) and other cookies that accepts the user previously ("opt in") has. The user can disable cookies based on browser settings and / or delete ("opt out")

To disable cookies

Internet Explorer

Block or allow all cookies

1. Open Internet Explorer by clicking the Start button and then click Internet Explorer.

2. Click the Tools button, and then click Internet Options.

3. Click the Privacy tab, and then move the slider under settings up to block all cookies, or down to allow all. Then click OK.


To block cookies all the websites that you proceed as follows:

1. Click on the menu button and select Settings.

2. Go to the Privacy section.

3. Insert the pick list next to Firefox will: to Use custom settings to create.

4. Remove the check mark from Accept cookies from sites. Click OK.

Google Chrome

1. Select the Chrome menu icon.

2. Select Settings.

3. On the Advanced Settings page you view from below.

4. In the "Privacy" section, select Content Settings.

5. Select storage of data for all sites from block.

6. Select Finish.

Blocking cookies may cause some Web pages will not display correctly.

Individual non-technical third-party cookies can be deactivated and / or deleted by the user, such as on the website of the European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance is explained:

The history of the Schlernhaus

At the end of the 19th century, the German and Austrian Alpenverein (Alpine Club) (DuÖAV) had no interest in the buildings on the Schlern built for the “new tourists” (partly with women!). They were purists! At the same time luxury hotels were already being built in other places for this class of tourist. Santner-Hans (the first person to climb the Santnerspitze and its eponym and the first owner of the Schlernhaus) was also interested only in a hut for alpinists. He had not interest in any “tourist” objectives. He got his Santnerhanshütte that was completed and opened in 1885 (s. photo no. 1). It had a kitchen, two dormitories as well as an annexe for animals used for riding, bearers and guides. Altogether the hut offered accommodation for 50 people.
In 1896, the Kreuzwirt Christl Masoner from Völs (he also accommodated guests in Völs) built what came to be known as the Masonerhaus (no. 2) for the upper class of tourist. In 1897, the Bozen section of the DÖAV extended the Santnerhütte. (no. 3). For that reason, people often also spoke and still speak of the Schlernhäuser (Schlern Houses). In 1903, the DÖAV bought the Masonerhaus because of disputes and for health reasons. Out of the proceeds Christl Masoner bought his wife a farm in Völs. The Schlernhaus was finally completed in 1908 with the last additions (dining room, etc.)
In 1914 the Schlernhaus had to be closed because of the First World War. In 1918 the Bozen section broke away from the DuÖAV, set up the Alpenverein Bozen and continued to administer the hut. In 1923 Fascist Italy disbanded the Alpenverein. In 1924 its entire property, including the Schlernhäuser, was expropriated without any compensation.  Since then, the Schlernhaus is owned by the CAI section of Bolzano and is under management.

The legend of the Rosengarten

Whoever has already once seen the Rosengarten glowing in the fading sunlight shortly before the cliff faces and pinnacles turn a pale grey, whoever knows this unique reddish sheen immediately believes the story that has been passed down in the vernacular! In the times when giants and dwarfs dwelt in the Dolomite Mountains, the Rosengarten was ruled by the dwarf King Laurin, whose numerous subjects were digging inside the mountain searching for gemstones and valuable ores. He had immense treasures hidden in the interior of the mountain. There was also a magic cap there that made him invisible and a belt decorated with gemstones that gave him the strength of twelve men. In front of his rock castle he fostered and tended a wonderful garden, encompassed by a golden silk thread, in which roses bloomed all year round. They exuded an enchanting fragrance that made everyone in their vicinity happy. Woe betide whoever dared to enter the garden or pick a rose!
One day he heard that the king of the river Etsch was thinking of marrying off his beautiful daughter Simild (or Simhilde). As many others, he wooed for her hand. He did not receive an invitation to the tournament. He therefore decided to go to the king’s castle protected by his magic cap and when he saw the beautiful princess Simild he was overcome by a great love for her. Unnoticed he approached her and abducted her to his castle while the other knights were busy with the tournament. She now lived in his underground crystal castle in the midst of immeasurable treasures, but she was sad and very homesick.
So it came about that the winners of the tournament, Hartwig and Wittich, asked the king of the Goths, Dietrich von Bern, for help. The latter rode to the Rosengarten with his men. They tore the golden thread and trampled the roses under foot. King Laurin dashed up in a rage on his little white horse in order to confront the wrongdoers. With the help of his magic cap and belt he was able to turn the battle in his favour to begin with, but when Dietrich tore away his cap and belt, Laurin lay helpless on the ground. He was led in handcuffs to Dietrich’s kingdom. Simild however was freed from prison. Without their king the dwarf people retreated to the corridors and caves of the mountain and were never seen again. But Laurin, knowing very well that he would never see his beloved Rosengarten again, pronounced a horrible curse that should eradicate the splendour of the roses forever! The Rosengarten should be turned to stone and should never be seen again, either by bright daylight or the dark night.
However Laurin had forgotten the twilight when casting his spell. And so sometimes at twilight the whole mountain group is covered with the colour of roses before the broaching night turns them again into the pale mountains.