Alto Noce River Park

Alto Noce River Park


Val di Sole's main feature is the Noce River that begins in the Stelvio National Park and crosses through the entire valley creating numerous streams like the Noce Bianco, Vermigliana, Meledrio and the Rabbies. In 2015, the «Parco Fluviale Alto Noce» was created by local municipalities to protect the river and its naturalistic and ecological importance. Wetlands, alder forests, fields, pastures, farm lands and fascinating landscapes are the main characteristics of this land that has been inhabited since ancient times.

Discover other protected areas that are part of the «Rete Europea Natura 2000» (a network of nature protection areas within the European Union): the Torbiera del Tonale (Tonale Peat Bog) and the Ontaneta di Croviana (Croviana Alder Forest). You can discover the biodiversity of the Noce River and its protected areas on foot, by bike, on a canoe or a raft or by fishing in no kill areas.

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Cavizzana Hatchery

During summer, be sure not to miss the guided tour of the Cavizzana Hatchery, managed by the Associazione Sportiva Pescatori Solandri, which breeds the young marble and brown trout that are later released into the waters of the valley. The visit provides an overview of the local fish populations and includes a detailed explanation of how the hatchery operates and the pivotal role played by fishermen in safeguarding the local environment.

Torbiera Tonale | © Archivio APT Val di Sole
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Tonale Peat Bog

Ontaneta Croviana | © Archivio APT Val di Sole - Ph Dario Andreis

Croviana's Alder Forest

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