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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
The ADAMELLO BRENTA NATURE PARK, which became part of the European and international network of Geoparks in June 2008, is the largest protected area of Trentino; it covers an area of 620,5 sqm including the Trentino part of the Adamello-Presanella mountain group to the west and the entire Brenta mountain group to the east.
Its territory is characterized by a wide variety of remarkable landscapes and precious natural sources. The Adamello-Presanella mountain group has a large amount of flowing water coming from the glaciers, that forms striking waterfalls and numerous alpine lakes.
The many mountain peaks, such as the Presanella 3558 m, the Carè Alto 3463 m, Monte Fumo 3409 m, and the Corno di Cavento 3406 m, all surround Val Genova, an amazing natural jewel. The Brenta Dolomites, which became part of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 2009, have a scenic and chromatic appearance that contrasts with the static grandeur of the glaciers and peaks of the nearby Adamello. A series of fantastic peaks and stone towers characterize the architecture of this mountain group that is at the heart of unforgettable climbing expeditions. The Cima Tosa 3159 m, the Cima Brenta 3150 m, and the striking Campanile Basso stand out among all of the peaks. Val di Tovel is the most well-known valley of this area, which covers an area of 16 km, where you can also find the lake that bears the same name which is known worldwide.
DIMARO INFOPOINT AT THE VENETIAN SAWMILL
Tuesday and Friday afternoon from July 2nd to September 6th from 14.00 - 18.00 - the sawmill is also open during this time.
Park’s Info Point: open from June 23rd to September 8th - every Monday, Saturday and Sunday from 8.30-12.30 / 15.00-19.00.