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11.01km 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
13.32km 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 Sole
24.18km 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 - Trentino
24.36km 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
24.77km 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.
26.81km 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.
26.95km from Parco Naturale Adamello Brenta
Mortirolo Pass is a high mountain pass in the Alps in Italy. One of the few climbs in the world that strikes fear even in the hearts of professional riders. It can be climbed by three roads, although the one from Mazzo di Valtellina is the most famous and only twice the Giro d'Italia climbed the mountain from alternative sides. One of the greenish and quite risky locations and also it is a nice trekking destination too.
Lago di Tenno
27.27km from Parco Naturale Adamello Brenta
The Lake Tenno is a lake located in the municipality of Tenno, just steps away from the medieval village of Canale di Tenno. The basin is of unique origin and was formed following the landslide of the hill of Ville del Monte which blocked the course of its tributary. The lake has an area of approximately 195,190 m² and is the sixth-largest lake in Trentino.
Lago di Toblino
29.02km from Parco Naturale Adamello Brenta
The Lake Toblino is a small lake alpine valley located in Trentino, surrounded by lush reeds and particularly interesting vegetation. The lake and the surrounding area have been declared a biotope for both botanical and ethological naturalistic interests, and as such is protected by the Autonomous Province of Trento. Bathing is not technically forbidden, but the low water temperature and strong currents strongly advise against it.
Lago di Tovel
29.35km from Parco Naturale Adamello Brenta
The Lake Tovel is a lake Alpine located in the Tovel valley, on the territory of the Anaunia Villas in Val di Non, at an altitude of 1178 m above sea level and within the Natural Park Adamello Brenta. The valley winds from the town of Tuenno for 17 km between Monte Peller to the west and the Campa massif to the east, up to the imposing rocky cirque of the Brenta Dolomites that circumscribes the upper valley, where the lake is located.
Cascate del Varone
30.59km from Parco Naturale Adamello Brenta
The Varone waterfalls are located in the municipality of Tenno, in the province of Trento, 3 km from Riva del Garda. They are almost 100 meters high and originated from the Magnone stream, which flows under the Ravizze valley and descends towards Lake Garda. Its waters are fed by the underground leaks of Lake Tenno which for a short distance penetrates the mountain and then forms the waterfall. The name Varone instead originates from the homonymous hamlet of Riva del Garda located a short dista
Lago di Ledro
31.11km from Parco Naturale Adamello Brenta
The Ledro lake is situated in a hanging valley that connects the valley of Churches with Lake Garda . At a height of 655 m, its surface is 2,187 km² and has a circumference of about 10 km. Bathing is possible in the lake. In the eighties , in the autumn of 2009 and in November 2011, part of the lake was tinged with red by the flowering of the alga oscillatoria rubescens , an indicator of an increased trophy of the lake.
31.17km from Parco Naturale Adamello Brenta
The Sarca is a river in Trentino, the main tributary of Lake Garda. With the Mincio emissary and the lake itself, it forms a single river system 203 km long. With its 78 km in length, it is the fifth-largest river in Trentino after the Adige, Brenta, Noce and Avisio; while it is the second for flow after Adige alone. The river is shallow and fast-flowing, passing through the Val di Genova, forming a number of waterfalls, of which Cascina Muta and Saft dei Can are the best known.
32.11km from Parco Naturale Adamello Brenta
The Arco Castle is a castle located at Arco in the province of Trento. The castle consists of a system of buildings and fortifications that in total covers an area of over 23,000 square meters. The building embraces the top of a steep rocky cliff in a dominant position above the Sarca plain. The historic center of Arco rises at the base of this rock formation and it seems that the complex of walls of the castle once constituted a single defensive system with those of the village below.
32.57km from Parco Naturale Adamello Brenta
The Paganella is a mountain group located in the Province of Trento, involving the municipalities of Fai Della Paganella, Andalo, Molveno, Vallelaghi, Cavedago, and Terre d'Adige and overlooking the city of Trento from the north-west. Its name would come from the name "the valley of the pagus ". It is a small mountain group consisting of some peaks, of which the highest peak is the Roda. On the summit is the Paganella meteorological station.
33.93km from Parco Naturale Adamello Brenta
Mount Cevedale is a mountain of the Alps of the Ortles-Cevedale Group, in the southern Rhaetian Alps, on the border between Lombardy to the west and Trentino-Alto Adige to the east. Mountaineering history indicates the first ascent to the minor peak of Cevedale on 13 August 1864, by E. Mojsisowicz and S.Janiger from the north side, starting from the "Passo del Cevedale". The ascent to the main summit is dated 7 September 1865 by J. Payer, J. Pinggerra, and J. Reinstadler.
34.07km from Parco Naturale Adamello Brenta
A mountain road in northern Italy, which was laid out for strategic purposes during the First World War, leads to the Tremalzopass. The pass is located at 1664 m slm on the border between the Autonomous Province of Trento and the Province of Brescia not far from Lake Garda. The southern flank is part of the Parco Alto Garda bresciano natural park . The top of the pass is between Monte Tremalzo and Cima del Dil , the highest point of the Tremalzo road is the summit tunnel at around 1830 m slm
34.39km from Parco Naturale Adamello Brenta
The old Strada del Ponale offers great views of Lake Garda - it is reserved to hikers and cyclists and one of the biggest attractions of the upper Lake Garda. The Strada del Ponale connects Riva del Garda and the Valle di Ledro. Originally built in the second half of the 19th century, it was replaced by a modern tunnel only 20 years ago. Due to the immense popularity of the track with impressive views of the lake and its tunnels it has been reopened after investing 820.000 € in 2004.
36.48km from Parco Naturale Adamello Brenta
It is the highest mountain of the Garda Prealps and with a prominence of 1,685 meters. It lies between the Etschtal valley in the east and the Sarca valley in the west. The Monte Bondone resort guide summary is: Monte Bondone has 5 lifts within its 70 Hectares of terrain that is suitable for beginner and intermediate levels, including terrain park enthusiasts.
38.78km from Parco Naturale Adamello Brenta
Lake Idro is a lake of glacial origin site in the province of Brescia, on the border with Trentino. Located at 368 meters above sea level, it is formed by the waters of the Chiese river which is also its emissary. Its surface is 10.9 km² and reaches a maximum depth of 122 meters. The lake is entirely suitable for bathing and also it is surrounded by wooded mountains.
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Parco Naturale Adamello Brenta
Via Nazionale, 24, 38080 Massimeno TN, Italy
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.