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Parco Naturale Adamello Brenta

Via Nazionale, 24, 38080 Massimeno TN, Italy

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About Parco Naturale Adamello Brenta

The Adamello Brenta natural park is a protected natural area established in 1967 and is the largest protected area in Trentino. It extends in western Trentino between the Valle di Non, the Giudicarie, and the Valle di Sole, over an area of ​​over 620 square kilometers, which includes the Adamello-Presanella mountain ranges and the Brenta Dolomites.  The park also takes care of protecting the quality of the water of the numerous streams and over 80 lakes included in the area.



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Val Rendena11.01km from Parco Naturale Adamello Brenta

The Rendena Valley is a valley of Trentino-Alto Adige, in the province of Trento, enclosed in the ' Adamello west and the Brenta Dolomites in the east. It begins in the south at the village of Verdesina and ends in the north at the village of Carisolo where it branches off towards the west with the name of Val Genova and towards the east in the Val di Campiglio with the side: Val Brenta, Vallesinella, Val Agola and Val Nambrone , up to the famous locality of Madonna di Campiglio. Val Rendena is

Tonale Pass13.32km from Parco Naturale Adamello Brenta

The Tonale Pass is a mountain pass in the southern Rhaetian Alps separating the Ortler Alps to the north of the Alps of 'Adamello and Presanella to the south, connecting the Val di Sole to the east with the Alta Valle Camonica to the west. The Tonale pass is a base for numerous mountaineering and hiking itineraries that allow you to make contact with the nature of the Rhaetian Alps and the historical reality of the White War which here has left numerous signs still alive in the landscape.

Val di Sole24.18km from Parco Naturale Adamello Brenta

The Val di Sole is a valley in Trentino, in the north-western part of the Autonomous Province of Trento, from the group of the Brenta Dolomites and the Adamello range to the south and the chain of Maddalene and the Ortles-Cevedale group to the north. From an administrative point of view it belongs to the Community of the Valle di Sole, one of the valley communities established in the province in 2010. The Val di Sole and the adjacent Val di Nonthey are also known as the "valleys of Noce", being

Parco Nazionale Dello Stelvio - Trentino24.36km from Parco Naturale Adamello Brenta

The Stelvio National Park is one of the oldest Italian natural parks, established in 1935, created with the aim of protecting the flora, fauna, and naturalistic beauties of the Ortles-Cevedale mountain group, and promoting the development of sustainable tourism in the alpine valleys of Lombardy, Trentino and Alto Adige. It covers the territory of 24 municipalities and 4 provinces and is in direct contact to the north with the Swiss National Park, to the south with the Adamello-Brenta Provincial

Gavia Pass24.77km from Parco Naturale Adamello Brenta

Passo di Gavia is a high mountain pass at an elevation of 2.627m (8,618ft) above the sea level, located in the Lombardy region, Italy. The pass is traversed by the SP29 road, and it’s often used on the route of the Giro d'Italia road bicycle race. It is one of the highest and even most beautiful passes of the Alps and divides the province of Sondrio to the north and the province of Brescia to the south.

Lake Molveno26.81km from Parco Naturale Adamello Brenta

The Molveno Lake is a lake in the Trentino-Alto Adige, located in the territory of the town of Molveno. It owes much of its charm to the natural setting that surrounds it: to the west stands the central chain of the Brenta Group, to the southeast the massif of Mount Gazza and Paganella.  It is the second-largest lake in Trentino-Alto Adige, after Lake Caldonazzo, among those entirely included in the borders of the region and has a maximum depth of 123 meters.

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Home to the spectacular sawtoothed Dolomites, the semi-autonomous provinces of Trentino and South Tyrol are packed with stunning landscapes. The region has long enticed hikers, climbers, poets and fresh-air fanciers, with the scenic Sella Ronda remaining one of the world's most iconic skiing and cycling circuits.