The chapter aims to reflect on the heritage value of a minor landscape in the Eastern Alps, at the border of one of the nine systems that constitute the “authorised” Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage Site. Beyond the “immobility” of natural landscape conservation, alternative, ordinary, and lived landscapes can also have heritage value, as argued in this case study of the village of Vallesina. Through the processes of rediscovering past and present mobilities, as a set of materialities, practices, and meanings that emerge from this landscape, new perspectives are opening up. Vallesina becomes an ideal case study to suggest some reflections on mobility as a key category for identifying the heritage value of living alpine landscapes.