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Parco Naturale Paneveggio Pale di San Martino

Tonadico, Trentino, Italy

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About Parco Naturale Paneveggio Pale di San Martino

The Paneveggio - Pale di San Martino natural park is a protected natural area in Trentino-Alto Adige established by the Autonomous Province of Trento in 1967. Its purpose is to protect the natural and environmental characteristics, promote scientific study and use social heritage of environmental assets. It was one of the iconic locations where you can spend a nice time in the middle of nature.



Attractions near Parco Naturale Paneveggio Pale di San Martino

Rolle Pass2.27km from Parco Naturale Paneveggio Pale di San Martino

The Passo Rolle is a mountain pass in the province of Trento place at 1984 m altitude above sea level, connecting the valleys of Primiero and Fiemme. At the pass, there are numerous ski lifts and ski slopes of the Dolomiti Superski area. During the summer, the pastures in the area are used for the cattle of the two mountain huts located near the pass. The Rolle pass is very popular from a cycling point of view for the scenic beauty it offers, together with not prohibitive slopes on both sides.

San Pellegrino Pass11.36km from Parco Naturale Paneveggio Pale di San Martino

The San Pellegrino pass is an alpine pass in the Dolomites located at an altitude of 1,918 m asl. In ancient times the pass was simply called monte di alocco, where the term aloch or alochet indicated the vast meadows where the cattle still graze today. The toponym Alochet still exists and indicates a place located about five kilometers from the pass towards Moena. During the time of the Crusades towards the Holy Land, the pass was an important crossing along the road that connected Germany to t

Fiemme Valley14.1km from Parco Naturale Paneveggio Pale di San Martino

The Val di Fiemme is one of the main Dolomite valleys, located in Trentino and a small part in Alto Adige / Sudtirol with the municipality of Anterivo / Others. Together with the Val di Fassa and Val di Cembra, it forms the hydrographic basin of the Avisio stream, a left tributary of the Adige river.  One of the good skii and trekking point and also you can spend some good time here.

Fassa Valley17.72km from Parco Naturale Paneveggio Pale di San Martino

The Val di Fassa is a valley in the Dolomites which is located in north-eastern Trentino. Surrounded by some of the most well-known mountain ranges of the Dolomites, the valley is an important tourist destination in both winter and summer. Furthermore, due to its linguistic identity, it is an integral part of Ladinia.  The valley is surrounded by some of the most important massifs of the Dolomites.

Marmolada18.06km from Parco Naturale Paneveggio Pale di San Martino

The Marmolada is a mountain group of the Eastern Alps on the border between the province of Trento and the province of Belluno, the highest of the Dolomites themselves, reaching the maximum altitude with Punta Penia, bounded to the east by the Val Pettorina and to the west by the Val di Fassa, with other important valleys inside the group that are Val Contrin , Val di Grepa, and Val San Nicolò. One of the nice trekking destinations and also a picturesque viewpoint.

Karerpass18.58km from Parco Naturale Paneveggio Pale di San Martino

The Karer Pass is the pass between the Rosengarten and the Latemar in the Italian Dolomites. It connects the Eggental with the Fassatal and thus South Tyrol with the Trentino. It is located at an altitude of 1752  m slm. Just below the pass in Eggental lies the Karersee.  The Karerpass is one of the old crossings, admittedly it was never of paramount importance and was only used by shepherds and mules.

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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.