Monitoring activities in Alpine rivers is normally focused on water discharge measurements; sediment transport measurements have recently gained interest for several reasons, such as flood protection, research purposes, sediment budget and continuity. A new monitoring station has been designed and deployed in the Sulden/Solda river (South Tyrol, Italy) to address these needs. The watershed is characterized by large glacier areas and steep slopes feeding the river with sediments. The station is equipped with a 4m-rack of geophone plates and an acoustic pipe-hydrophone. Bedload is measured along with suspended load, water stage, water conductivity and temperature. This work presents the installation and the results collected during a high flood event and compares them to values derived from bedload equations obtained by other authors.