The museum in Sulden am Ortler is located at 1900 m, laid out underground and dedicated to the topic of ice. “At the end of the world” is the name of the “Ferner am Ortler” on the Anich map from 1774, under which the museum is located. In the MMMOrtles tells Reinhold Messner about the horrors of ice and darkness, about snow people and snow lions, about white out and the third pole. The world's largest collection of Ortler pictures and ice tools from two centuries can be seen. Skiing, ice climbing, pole rides are the themes here. The visitor literally walks into the mountain, can get an idea of the ice mountains, the Arctic and the Antarctic, of the power of avalanches and the effort of the artists to depict ice. Outside the ice cream is real and next to it, in the Yak & Yeti, there are South Tyrolean dishes as well as yak meat specialties.