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Parco Nazionale Dello Stelvio - Trentino

Via Roma, 65, 38024 Cogolo TN, Italy

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About Parco Nazionale Dello Stelvio - Trentino

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



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Val di Sole4.6km from Parco Nazionale Dello Stelvio - Trentino

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

Cevedale12.05km from Parco Nazionale Dello Stelvio - Trentino

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.

Tonale Pass13.58km from Parco Nazionale Dello Stelvio - Trentino

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.

Gavia Pass16.16km from Parco Nazionale Dello Stelvio - Trentino

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.

Martell20.73km from Parco Nazionale Dello Stelvio - Trentino

Martello is an Italian town of 831 inhabitants, in the Val Martello , side of the Val Venosta, in the autonomous province of Bolzano. It belongs, along with 12 other municipalities in the district of Val Venosta.  Val Martello, about 24 km long, crossed by the Plima stream is a side valley of the Val Venosta, entirely included in the Stelvio National Park.

Ortler21.29km from Parco Nazionale Dello Stelvio - Trentino

The Ortler Alps are a mountain range of the Southern Limestone Alps mountain group in the Central Eastern Alps, in Italy and Switzerland. One of the main skiing areas in italy and also it attracts a lot of tourists here.

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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.