Val di Sole, a green paradise in Trentino

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Protecting the environment and safeguarding biodiversity are the principles that guide us: almost half of Val di Sole is protected territory.

Stelvio National Park

Stelvio National Park is one of the most extensive protected areas in Europe. Reaching into the region of Lombardy and the provinces of Trento and Bolzano, it stretches out around the Ortles-Cevedale mountain range, also embracing the valleys of Peio and Rabbi in Val di Sole. Find out what is being done practically to protect the environment in Stelvio Park.

Adamello Brenta Nature Park

Adamello Brenta Nature Park is an extraordinary marriage of the Dolomitic rocks of the Brenta Group and the granitic massifs of the Adamello-Presanella, where some of the most important glaciers in the Alps still survive. In Val di Sole, Adamello Brenta Park includes parts of the municipalities of Dimaro-Folgarida and Commezzadura.

Upper Noce River Park

Parco Fluviale dell'Alto Noce (Upper Noce River Park) promotes biodiversity in a river environment on the River Noce and its main tributaries: Vermigliana, Rabbies and Meledrio. In practical terms, this means projects for promotion and sustainability and initiatives that bring more value to the areas that the river flows through with a view to environmental culture and sustainability.

The Dolomites, Unesco World Heritage Site

The Dolomites were officially recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2009. They earned this title thanks to the uniqueness of their scenery and the scientific importance that they hold on a geological and geomorphological level. As far as their beauty is concerned, words are not enough. This is why we invite you to visit them in person.
Caution in the mountains