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ADAMELLO BRENTA NATURE PARK

Useful info - Parks & Nature

Dimaro Folgarida - Folgarida

Info point

Park's Info Point: open in summer, every Monday, Saturday and Sunday from 8.30-12.30 - 15.00-19.00

Dimaro Folgarida - Dimaro

Info point

Info point at the Venetian Sawmill: open on Tuesday and Friday afternoon in July and August from 14-18, the sawmill is also open during this time.

Val Rendena - Val di Non

The Park's Visitor Houses

Casa del Parco «Lago Rosso» Tovel (Val di Non) Tel. (+39) 0465 806666
Casa del Parco «Geopark» Carisolo (Val Rendena) Tel. (+39) 0465 503053
Casa del Parco «Acqua Life» Spiazzo (Val Rendena) Tel. (+39) 0465 806666
Casa del Parco «Orso» Spormaggiore (Val di Non) Tel. (+39) 0465 806666
Casa del Parco «Flora» e «Area Natura» Stenico (Val Rendena) Tel. (+39) 0465 806666
Casa del Parco «C'era una volta» San Lorenzo in Banale (Val Rendena) Tel. (+39) 0465 734040

 

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Adamello Brenta Nature Park

The Adamello Brenta Nature Park is the largest protected area of Trentino and in the entire Alps: it covers an area of 620,51 km² including the Adamello and Brenta mountain groups separated by Val Rendena and located between Val di Non, Val di Sole and Valli Giudicarie. It spans from a height of 477 m all the way up to 3558 m of the Cima Presanella peak including numerous lakes and the Adamello glacier, one of the most extensive glaciers in all of Europe. Its territory is characterized by a wide variety of remarkable landscapes and precious natural resources, especially its flora and wildlife including the brown bear.

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