Take one of the valley's cabin lifts, and in no time at all you can enjoy incredible views from a height of 3.000 m, where the horizon extends from the bottom of the valley to the highest snow-covered peaks.
Useful info to plan your holiday in Val di Sole. Here you'll find a handy map with directions to reach the Val di Sole by car, train, plane, taxi, bus or shuttle services
Val di Sole's main feature is of course the Noce River that begins in the Stelvio National Park and crosses through the entire valley creating numerous streams like the Noce Bianco, Vermigliana, Meledrio and the Rabbies.
In 2015, in addition to the Adamello Brenta Nature Park and the Stelvio National Park which are already nature protected areas, a new project called «Rete di Riserve Alto Noce» was created by local municipalities in order to protect the river as well as its naturalistic and ecological importance.
Wetlands, alder forests, fields, pastures, farm lands and fascinating landscapes are the main characteristics of this land that has been inhabited since ancient times. Castles, churches, historical relics, rivers and lakes, and two Nature Parks make this valley a perfect example of biodiversity. The Noce River is in fact an example of the important yet extremely fragile relationship that exists between natural resources and human development. You can also discover other protected areas that are part of the local «Rete di Reserve» and also the «Rete Europea Natura 2000» (a network of nature protection areas within the European Union):
Torbiera del Tonale (Tonale Peat Bog) - Ontaneta di Croviana (Croviana Alder Forest) - Monte di Arnago (Arnago Mountain)
You can discover the biodiversity of the Noce River and its protected areas on foot, by bike, on a canoe or a raft or by fishing in NO KILL areas.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
COMUNITÀ VALLE DI SOLE
dott.ssa Laura Marinelli
Tel. (+39) 0463 901029