A custom that also has a long tradition are the mountain fires that are lit at the solstice around June 21. Every year, numerous clubs and groups make their way to the highest peaks to set up their bonfires on this evening and celebrate the longest day and shortest night of the year.
To celebrate the longest day and the shortest night of the year. From the valley you can then admire the many different lights on the mountains at about 10:00 pm. With the fire, according to tradition, the people ask for good weather and a rich harvest.