Paganella plateau, Brenta Dolomites, Molveno lake
Adamello Brenta Natural Park, Skirama Dolomiti Adamello Brenta, ice falls, Norwegian ski team training.
Since 26 June 2009 the Brenta Dolomites have been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Discover with us the Brenta Dolomites and the Paganella Plateau.
The Brenta Dolomites are among the major representatives of the Dolomites mountain range and guarantee every possible natural beauty that an Alpine panorama is able to offer.
The international recognition of Unesco places every tourist resort in the area in the conditions of being able to give the best, both from an ecological and naturalistic point of view, and with regard to those aspects, typically holidaymakers, that make the Dolomites enjoyable in any season of the year.
The winter period offers hundreds of kilometers of interconnected ski slopes, which allow you to spend an entire day in the snow without ever having to go back to the same ski resort.
A typical example is the Skirama Dolomiti initiative, which allows, with a single ski pass, access to a ski carousel that includes 380 km of slopes and 150 ski lifts.
This important connection between the tracks has become so attractive that even the Norwegian National Team to use it for their training.
The two top athletes of the Norway Ski Team, the Olympic silver medalist Kjetil Jansrud, achieved in Vancouver in 2010 and Aksel Lund Svindal, world champion in the years 2007 and 2009, bluntly enhance both the facilities and the state of the slopes. , than the rest of the local attractions.
But it is not only skiing that attracts tourism in winter, for climbing enthusiasts there is the possibility of accessing the spectacular frozen waterfalls, where the level of difficulty becomes evident precisely due to the consistency of the frozen water walls. Obviously, the climb is recommended for people with good sports preparation.
However, the Brenta Dolomites andPlateau of Paganella are absolutely enjoyable even in the summer when it is possible to dedicate oneself to trekking, mushroom picking, visits to archaeological sites dating back to the Neolithic period, present in the vicinity of Molveno Lake, an ecosystem, among other things, preserved in all its forms, so much so as to make this lake a real pearl in the Dolomite panorama.
Guided excursions can also be planned for the Adamello-Brenta Natural Park, which includes the richest variety of fauna present in the Alpine area, including the recently reintroduced brown bear and wolf. Furthermore, during the summer the climbs of the east side of the Paganella are accessible, the limestone walls have always been the training ground for local climbers and for those athletes who, even today, are remembered for their spectacular feats such as Cesare Maestri and Bruno Detassis .
And after skiing all day, climbing rock walls or having traveled several kilometers on pre-established routes for trekking or other activities such as mountain biking, spending a few hours relaxing in the wellness centers in the area can also restore the body. more tried.
Particular attention is also paid to children, who are engaged by professionals in various sectors with specific initiatives, such as horse riding, ski schools, slips with rubber boats and sledges along the slopes of the Paganella Fun Park, or lessons of skating or Go-kart competitions.