Trentino Alto Adige

Holidays in Trentino Alto Adige summer mountain resorts

Discovering the resort tourist of Trentino Alto Adige mountains.
Reviews and descriptions of the mountain areas of Trentino and Alto Adige where to go in the summer for a vacation or a mountain trip.

Il Trentino Alto Adige it is certainly the capital of the Italian mountains, from the pastures to the peaks of the The Dolomites in the midst of the unspoiled nature of this beautiful region.

Trentino offers different and fantastic destinations such as Trentino Alpine lakes, imposing waterfalls and streams with crystal clear water.

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    Racines Giovo

    Racines Giovo

    Racines-Giovo, which in the cold season is a very popular ski area with 8 lifts, becomes an unmissable excursion area in the summer. Waterfalls, gorges, huts and villages make Racines-Giovo a perfect location to discover in every corner, from Val Giovo to Val Racines up to Val Ridanna. Val Racines and Val Giovo Racines, […]


    Pejo Valley

    Pejo Valley

    Trentino Alto Adige is a region that is appreciated above all for its immense naturalistic heritage: areas and nature reserves show landscapes of unspeakable beauty and the Stelvio National Park is no exception, which enchants with its high peaks such as the Ortles group -Cevedale and with its luxuriant valleys, between […]

    Val di Valles

    Val di Valles

    Val di Valles in summer is a little jewel to be explored, less famous than other more renowned locations but certainly no less splendid: it rises in the heart of the Eastern Alps, on the side of Val Pusteria and is surrounded by peaks such as Picco della Croce, Cima Grava, Cima di Valmata and Cima della Vista. […]


    Val di Fleres

    Val di Fleres

    Among the most enchanting and uncontaminated valleys of South Tyrol, one cannot fail to mention the Val di Fleres: it is between the summit of Montarso, part of the Breonie Alps, and Colle Isarco in the Alta Valle Isarco. The Val di Fleres extends from 1050 meters high, for a length of about 16 km and is crossed […]

    Crown Plan

    Crown Plan

    Plan de Corones is a tourist area that gathers 14 villages in the Val Pusteria. Wide and green valleys surrounded by the Dolomites make this area an ideal destination for practicing sports in the summer and spending your holidays in complete relaxation

    Alpe di Siusi

    Alpe di Siusi

    The Alpe di Siusi is a plateau located in the heart of the Dolomites of South Tyrol, is positioned at an average altitude of 1.850 m asl and extends between Val Gardena, the Sciliar massif and the Sassolungo group. This magnificent plateau has kept its appearance intact, preserving the huts and farms that [...]

    Val Gardena

    Val Gardena

    The Dolomites, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with their scenographic mass in dolomite rock, frame lush valleys dotted with lakes, waterfalls, forests and postcard mountain villages. Val Gardena is one of the most beautiful valleys of the Dolomites and extends from Ponte Gardena to Passo Gardena, Passo Sella and the massif of the same name [...]

    Val di Non

    Val di Non

    In the north-western part of the beautiful autonomous province of Trento, there is one of the most famous valleys of Trentino Alto Adige: it is the Val di Non, known to most for the production of PDO apples, but which deserves to be discovered for its important naturalistic and historical heritage. The Val di Non is literally set between [...]

    Alta Badia

    Alta Badia

    Val Badia is one of the symbolic areas of the UNESCO Dolomites, a priceless heritage of nature and tradition where sport and tourism live in perfect symbiosis with the environment

    Madonna di Campiglio

    Madonna di Campiglio

    The Adamello Brenta Natural Park best represents the naturalistic beauty of Trentino Alto Adige and extends between the Val di Non, the Val di Sole and the Giudicarie, in the shadow of the legendary mountain groups of Adamello-Presanella and the Brenta Dolomites, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. At the edge of the park is Madonna di Campiglio, the […]

    Val di Tires

    Val di Tires

    Südtirol or Alto Adige is a land that, especially in summer, becomes a spectacular palette of colors, with nature that awakens luxuriantly giving visitors truly enchanting landscapes: to discover in particular the Val di Tires, a verdant valley lateral to that of Isarco, crossed by the Rio Bria. The Val di [...]

    Vanoi Valley

    Vanoi Valley

    The Vanoi Valley, located in the greenest area of ​​Trentino, extends for over 125 square kilometers and is surrounded by the beautiful Lagorai chain and the granite complex of Cima d'Asta. Furthermore, located at over 750 meters above sea level, the valley is home to about 1600 inhabitants and boasts one of the most evocative [...]

    Resia Step

    Resia Step

    Once known only to South Tyroleans, today the Resia Pass is one of the most fascinating holiday destinations in South Tyrol. The bell tower immersed in the lake and its green slopes are the ideal destination for a holiday in nature

    Val di Rabbi

    Val di Rabbi

    Imposing waterfalls, bridges suspended in the void and lots of unspoiled nature. Val di Rabbi is ideal for a holiday to discover the wild Trentino which still retains the charm of the past

    Antholz Valley

    Antholz Valley

    The Dolomites, Italian pride declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, frame with their high peaks on spectacular landscapes: green valleys, alpine lakes with crystal clear waters, dense coniferous forests and villages that seem to come out of fantastic tales. Among the most touristic areas of the Dolomites is the Plan de Corones but right on the edge of this famous [...]

    Gsies

    Gsies

    Valle di Casies is a municipality located in northern Italy, in the region of Trentino Alto Adige. Austria, in particular with the Austrian Defreggental. Valle di Casies is located between [...]

    Val di Funes

    Val di Funes

    Val di Funes is a mountain resort, an Italian municipality located in the Trentino Alto Adige region, where the peaks of the Dolomites are the setting. It is a village of about 2500 inhabitants, it is a town in the autonomous province of Bolzano. The Valley extends for about 28 km up to the Odle group, which [...]

    Val Sarentino

    Val Sarentino

    Val Sarentino is an enchanting place north of Bolzano, still unspoiled and off the beaten track It is a naturalistic jewel, the Sarntal skyline extends as far as the eye can see with more than 140 imposing peaks that rise up into the austere and silent sky . The valley is literally embraced by the Alpine mountain range, [...]

    Mocheni Valley

    Mocheni Valley

    Valle dei Mocheni is one of the less famous Trentino valleys but which has experienced a new life thanks to the success of summer tourism in the mountains. This valley, which in winter cannot count on large ski areas, is taking revenge in summer thanks to a quieter environment, unspoiled nature and [...]

    Val Passiria

    Val Passiria

    Val Passiria, northeast of Merano, falls within the province of Bolzano, in South Tyrol, and is delightfully nestled between the mountains of the Gruppo di Tessa (to the west) and the Sarentinesi Alps (to the east). It is divided into two parts with different climatic and landscape characteristics: the Lower Val Passiria and the Upper Val Passiria. Lower Passeiertal - Its main town [...]

    Val di Sole

    Val di Sole

    Immersed in the most important mountains of Trentino Alto Adige, Val di Sole is one of the most popular destinations for those who love rafting and mountain biking. Prestigious destination for those looking for a relaxing holiday dedicated to wellness

    Cavalese

    Cavalese

    In the heart of the Val di Fiemme, Cavalese is the ideal destination for those looking for a healthy and relaxing holiday, breathing pure air and practicing light and fun sports. An ideal place for families looking for a place to spend their summer holidays in the mountains.

    Isarco Valley

    Isarco Valley

    The Isarco Valley is one of the main valleys in South Tyrol and extends for about 80 km from the source of the River Isarco to the Brenner to its mouth in the Adige in Bolzano. For various historical and cultural reasons, the Isarco Valley itself extends south of Fortezza, while the upper part constitutes an area in itself [...]

    Val di Fiemme

    Val di Fiemme

    The Val di Fiemme is a valley of the Dolomites, located in eastern Trentino, surrounded by the Val di Fassa, the Val d'Ega and the Valsugana. The valley is made up of 11 municipalities (Predazzo, Cavalese, Tesero, Capriana, Valfloriana, Carano, Daiano, Varena, Castello - Molina di Fiemme, Panchià and Ziano) and is enclosed between two parks [...]

    Alta Pusteria

    Alta Pusteria

    Alta Pusteria means Three Peaks of Lavaredo, Lake Braies and other fantastic natural pearls of the Dolomites. A wide and verdant valley starting point for numerous excursions and an ideal place for those who want to spend a holiday away from the hustle and bustle

    Plateau of Piné and Valle di Cembra

    Plateau of Piné and Valle di Cembra

    The Piné Plateau and the Cembra Valley are located in the heart of Trentino, between the Adige Valley and the Fiemme Valley, immersed in a landscape characterized by lush forests, lakes and vineyard terraces. The Piné Plateau is remembered for the beauty of its lakes, ideal for summer walks or […]

    Val di Fassa

    Val di Fassa

    The Val di Fassa is located in the center of the wonderful Dolomites, 7 countries that are part of it and 4 the Dolomites passes that connect them with the other surrounding Alpine valleys. A wonderful land where unspoiled nature blends with Ladin culture and Alpine traditions

    Alpe Cimbra

    Alpe Cimbra

    Alpe Cimbra is the set of highlands of Folgaria, Lavarone and Luserna, in South-Eastern Trentino on the border with Veneto. Here the gaze is lost in front of large open spaces of unspoiled nature and meets ancient traditions linked to its German-Cimbrian roots. In fact, there are still many traces of the German colonization that took place between the XNUMXth and [...]

    San Martino of Castrozza

    San Martino of Castrozza

    San Martino di Castrozza is a Dolomite town in the province of Trento, welcomes visitors both in summer and in winter, and the origin of its residential nucleus dates back to the times of the hospice of Saints Martino and Giuliano, which housed the people who passed through the Passo Rolle. Now only the church of the original structure remains [...]

    Soldiers

    Soldiers

    Solda is a fraction of the municipality of Stelvio, located in Val Venosta in the province of Bolzano. The town is located 1906 meters above sea level and lies at the foot of the Ortles-Cevedale mountain range. The name of Solda has a mysterious origin, but it seems to derive from a Celtic expression that meant "little water" because [...]

    Excursions in the open air, mountain-bike trips, outdoor activities and afternoons spent at the spa: this and much more is offered by the Trentino Alto Adige in summer, with the mountain landscapes that reveal themselves to be an explosion of colours, between thunderous waterfalls, crystal clear lakes and woods rich in plant and animal life.

    This region is the perfect destination for organizing an unforgettable summer holiday in the name of nature, relaxation and adventure, suitable for families, sports enthusiasts and young people, who can cultivate their passions here and spend days to remember.

    Cheap locations

    It is mistakenly thought that the mountains are an expensive holiday destination, but in reality there are enchanting and cheap places in Trentino Alto Adige and the Mocheni Valley is one of them.

    It extends in the shadow of the Lagorai chain and enchants with luxuriant forests of ragged and spruce trees, verdant pastures, lakes such as that of Erdemolo at 1994 m. high and farms where you can sleep in close contact with nature. In the farms and in the huts you can taste the typical cuisine of the Mocheni, starting from the sweet mochena braid.

    Even in Cembra Valley you can spend a summer holiday saving money, enjoying this landscape of the Fiemme Dolomites: excellent wines are produced on the characteristic terraces of this valley, such as the spumante Trento DOC and the white Müller-Thurgau.

    In the Val di Cembra you can discover spectacular places such as the lakes of Piazze and Serraia (awarded with the Blue Flag) or the Holy Lake also portrayed by the painter Dürer. Not to be missed are the Earth Pyramids of Segonzano, very similar to the Fairy Chimneys of Cappadocia.

    Then there is one of the cheap resorts in Trentino Alto Adige la Vanoi Valley, part of the wonderful Paneveggio Natural Park Pale di San Martino: through the Vanoi Ecomuseum, scattered throughout the valley, you can learn about the traditions, history and culture of the area. this valley, where the Botiro di Primiero butter is produced, holds the Calaita Lake, considered one of the most beautiful lakes in the whole region.

    Location for families with children

    Trentino holidays with children - huts and fun

    During a summer holiday in Trentino Alto Adige no one gets bored, not even the little ones who, with their families, can have fun for example at l'Alpe di Siusi. This spectacular Dolomite plateau, which in summer becomes the scene of the traditional hay harvest, holds places that enchant young and old such as the medieval XNUMXth century Castle of Prösels and the Sorgenti delle Streghe, reachable via a path that starts from Siusi and leads to Bosch Curasoa (ancient haunt of docile witches).

    Also the Val di Fiemme it is a perfect place for families to have fun, who can go rafting on the Avisio river, visit llamas and alpacas at the Maso delle Erbe in Tesero or go to the "RespirArt" park on Alpe di Pampeago. In Val di Fiemme you can cycle on the cycle path towards Canazei or take an excursion in the Hidden Wood in Daiano, among installations that evoke fantastic figures.

    Then there is Folgaria and Alpe Cimbra, a village in the province of Trento at the foot of Monte Cornetto: from here you can reach the Malga Vallorsara where children can admire the grazing cows. In the hamlet of Guardia you can instead admire colorful murals that have given this village the nickname of "painted village". A visit to the Area dei Forti and in particular to the Austro-Hungarian fort Belvedere, with a visit to the bunkers and environments where the soldiers lived, is not to be missed.

    Location Trentino Dolomites

    areas of the Trentino Dolomites

    Trentino Alto Adige is one of the 3 regions that are lucky enough to host the Dolomites Unesco Heritage. These mountains are considered among the most beautiful in the world for their imposing peaks with rock walls that soar towards the sky, their appearance gives the landscape an indescribable beauty.

    However, not all of Trentino Alto Adige is an area of ​​the Dolomites, these stupendous mountains are concentrated in particular in some valleys, here are some where you can best admire them:

    La Val di Fassa is one of the symbolic localities of Trentino Alto Adige, the valley was born in the heart of the Dolomites, right at the foot of the Catinaccio, Sassolungo and Marmolada. There is no better place to organize excursions than Friedrich August trail starting from Col Rodella and arriving at Passo Sella. From Val di Fassa you can then reach the Fuciade Refuge and the Valle di San Nicolò, without giving up a ride on the "Fly Line Catinaccio Rosengarten", flying through the trees like a bird.

    During a summer holiday in Trentino a visit to is a must San Martino of Castrozza, in the heart of the Primiero Valley and the Paneveggio Pale di San Martino Natural Park. You can walk along historic paths such as the Strada dei Formaggi or the Lagorai Trekking, which leads to the Colbricon peak at 2602 m. of height.

    One of the most fascinating walks (and accessible to all) is the one that leads to Segantini hut, here you will find yourself in direct sight of the Dolomites which are reflected in a small but spectacular body of water.

    Then there is the Val di Funes, the pearl of the Dolomites located in the lush Puez Odle Nature Park, in whose visitor center it is possible to learn about the cultural and geological history of the area.

    You can also discover the beautiful Valluzza waterfall or walk the Adolf Munkel path. It is a route that starts from Ranui, whose symbol is the picturesque Baroque Church of San Giovanni and which, passing through the Gampen and Zannes huts, reaches the spectacular Geisleralm refuge.

    Location for young people

    The mountain is not just a place to rest and enjoy nature: in fact, there are places that are also suitable for the youngest, such as Brunico, whose district of Kronplatz it is full of pubs and bars. The town located on the slopes of Plan de Corones is full of museums that can arouse the curiosity of young people, starting with the Civic Museum, full of works by contemporary artists and the MMM, which pays homage to the famous mountaineer Messner.

    Also l'Alta Badia it is a place much appreciated by young people, especially in the summer when it becomes the scene of events such as "Singing for Shelters" and "Gadersound Open Air" of Pederoa, dedicated to reggae, Ska and folk music.

    Do not miss the zip-line of the"Adrenaline X-Treme Adventure Park" located in San Vigilio di Marebbe, where you whiz at 100 m. from the ground for just over 3 km.

    Luxury vacation resort

    There are those who seek from a vacation comfort, luxury and ease in Trentino Alto Adige there is no shortage of places that offer all this: think for example of the Val Gardena, one of the most beautiful Dolomite valleys located in South Tyrol, full of hotels and refuges full of charm, modern wellness centers and starred restaurants such as the "Alpenroyal Gourmet Restaurant" in Selva and the "Anna Stuben" in Ortisei. In Val Gardena there is also the highest rose garden in Europe, the "Roseto Uhrerhof" in Ortisei, a place that makes beauty its main characteristic.

    Even in Alta Badia comfort is not lacking, given the presence of luxurious hotels, horse riding centers and the highest golf course in all of Europe located a stone's throw from Corvara. In Alta Badia there is the highest concentration of starred restaurants, where you can taste the local cuisine revisited by expert chefs: however, there is no shortage of refuges where you can satisfy your palate in typically alpine environments, such as the Edelweiss and Jimmy refuges, reachable from Colfosco .

    Among the mountain resorts more in then there is Madonna di Campiglio, a village in the province of Trento located between the Adamello and Presanelle Alps and the Brenta Dolomites. In this town, where there is no lack of opportunity to go shopping in the luxury boutiques in Viale Dolomiti, the Empress Sissi loved to stay in the summer, even with her husband Francesco Giuseppe.

    The Salone Hofer of the Hotel Relais preserves the ancient splendor of the time, with also the portraits of the two famous Austro-Hungarian kings.

    Location with authentic nature

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    La Val Senales is a small valley in the southern Rhaetian Alps and is a very luxuriant place that includes gems such as the Gruppo di Tessa Natural Park.

    In Val Senales there are splendid places like the Vernagt lake at 1700m high, from whose emerald waters emerges the top of the bell tower of the submerged village with the construction of the dam in the 50s.

    Equally suggestive are Lake Sassalbo and Laghetto Nero, located near Giogo Tasca and Maso Corto, located at 3000 m. of height. The villages of the valley themselves are immersed in idyllic landscapes: in Madonna di Senales, for example, stands the open-air museum ArcheoParc, related to the mummy Ötzi.

    Equally pristine is the Val Aurina, surrounded by about eighty mountains including the Sasso Nero, the Vetta d'Italia, the Monte Fumo and the Cima di Campo. It is a valley full of bubblers streams and lakes, among which the Neves Lake in the Valle dei Mulini and the Selva Lake.

    The real jewel of the Valle Aurina are the waterfalls and among these the Riva Waterfall, in the Vedrette di Ries-Aurina Natural Park and the suggestive Frankbach Waterfall, which can be reached via a pleasant path that passes through the Grotta degli Orsi and the Bizat Refuge.

    Val d'Ultimo, on the border with the Val di Non, has the typical Tyrolean charm and enjoys the pristine beauty of the Stelvio National Park. The symbol of the valley are certainly the Three Larches, millenary plant monuments that are at least 2 centuries old: they rise at an altitude of 1430m and can be reached from the village of Santa Gertrude. In the valley, the Hartungen Waterfall, near the Tre Larici and Lake Zoccolo, located between Pracupola and Santa Valburga, are also worth a visit.

    Wellness holidays

    wellness holidays in trentino alto adige

    Many of the spas and wellness areas in Italy are located right in the mountains, using high-altitude springs and natural products to practice beneficial treatments for the body and mind.

    For example, one of the oldest wellness centers in Trentino Alto Adige is the "Heubad", located at the Alpe di Siusi, in Fiè allo Sciliar. In this location in South Tyrol, perfect for practicing yoga, the climate is sunny and favors invigorating walks in nature on the 45 km of trails.

    Hay is the main element of the treatments on the Alpe di Siusi, used for baths, peelings and massages, assisted with mountain pine and mountain herbs such as arnica and gentian.

    Also the Val Sarentino is a destination to be taken into consideration for wellness holidays: in this South Tyrolean corner, closely tied to its German-speaking traditions, stands the "Alpine Wellness Center Eschgfeller". It is a characteristic, typically alpine garni, complete with a sauna and the possibility of undergoing the traditional bath with the Sarentino mountain pine.

    Also the Val Gardena is the perfect place to regenerate body and spirit, with unique experiences such as the "Wood Emotion Val Gardena": these are organized walks in the woods, during which breathing exercises are practiced which allow you to draw energy from the trees and get in touch with the nature.

    In Val Gardena, precisely in Ortisei, there is also the "Fit 181", a vast wellness and fitness area, but above all the "Mar Dolomit": it is a real aquatic world with indoor and outdoor pools, also suitable for sportsmen and children, as well as saunas and a fun waterslide.

    Location between city and mountain

    It is said that in the mountains there are only small villages lost in the Dolomite valleys: in Trentino Alto Adige there are real towns nestled in the mountains and full of things to see. 

    Bressanone, in Valle Isarco, revolves around the enchanting Piazza Duomo, overlooked by the Renaissance Town Hall, the Church of S.Michele Arcangelo with the majestic White Tower and the Cathedral dating back to 980 AD. Also worth seeing are the Bishop's Palace, home to the Diocesan Museum and the Museum of Cribs, but also the ancient Stufles district, full of colorful South Tyrolean houses and flowered balconies.

    From Bressanone you reach the Plose, a mountain embraced by peaks such as the Gabler and Telegrafo mountains, reachable with the Bressanone-Plose cable car. This is a place where in the summer everyone can have fun in the open air between mountain-bike rides, walks such as the "WoodyWalk" with a view of the Odle and Sass de Putia or the Lorggen path, which leads first to the viewing platform and then to the Pfannspitz mountain hut. With the "Mountaincarts" you can also go down to the valley with vehicles similar to tricycles on a route of about 9 km.

    Another of the most beautiful mountain towns is Vipiteno, a village of prehistoric origin which has its symbol in the Torre dei Dodici, a Gothic tower from 1472 which dominates the village from 46 m. of height. Vipiteno is rich in churches, from that of the Santo Spirito Hospital of 1399 to the Church of the Madonna della Palude dating back to the XNUMXth century. Also worth a visit is the fifteenth-century Town Hall, which houses the late-Gothic Council Hall, one of the most beautiful in the whole of Tyrol.

    Then we cannot forget about Merano, in Val Venosta, much loved by Princess Sissi and still today by many tourists, enchanted by its historic center and the beautiful Via dei Portici, but also by the Gardens of Trauttmansdorff Castle, among the most beautiful in all of Italy. Equally enchanting is the Tappeiner Promenade which, along its 6 km, offers unique views of Merano, among magnolias, agaves and very fragrant aromatic herbs.

    Do not miss Merano 2000, an excursion area from which to discover panoramic places such as the Piffingköpfl or the San Pacrazio lake located at 2116 m. high, in whose waters the profile of the Laste di Verdinis peak is reflected.

    Locality of the Trentino lakes

    Trentino lakes

    Trentino Alto Adige is famous for its lakes that mirror the Alpine peaks, some are located in the valleys and are easy to reach (some even by car) while others can only be reached by trekking immersed in nature.

    La Val di Non it is framed between the peaks of the Brenta and Maddalene Dolomites and its territory is dotted with enchanting lakes including Lake Tovel: it is also called the "red lake" due to the flowering of an alga which gives the waters a particular reddish coloring. Then there are Lake Tret, Lake Santa Giustina and Lake Smeraldo, located in a basin at an altitude of 1000 m which can be reached via the Sentiero del Burrone.

    Among the most iconic lakes in Trentino is Lake Resia located at the Resia Step, an Alpine pass located between Italy, Austria and Switzerland. The characteristic of this lake, surrounded by forests and green meadows, is the bell tower that emerges from the waters from which, according to legend, the bells ring on some winter nights. The building belongs to the church of the village of Curon, evacuated and submerged during the construction of the dam.

    Even in Val di Sole there is no shortage of splendid alpine lakes: there are more than 100 of them and among these the Lago dei Caprioli stands out, located in the Fazzon area at 1280 m. high, Lake Covel with the homonymous malga just a stone's throw away and Lake Pian Palù which can be reached from Pejo.

    Lake Malghette is also very beautiful, in the shadow of Cima Artuike which can be reached from Passo Carlo Magno, not far from Madonna di Campiglio.

    Locality Waterfalls of Trentino

    Trentino waterfalls

    Lovers of waterfalls cannot fail to include a stop in their summer holiday in Trentino Alto Adige Val di Tures and in the annexed Valle Aurina: here it is possible to enjoy the beauty of the Riva waterfall, located in the Vedrette di Ries-Aurina Natural Park and reachable from Campo Tures via the San Francesco path. Then there is the Frankbach waterfall which dominates the village of San Giovanni and the Rio Nero waterfall, a spectacular silver ribbon that flows from a narrow rocky crevice to end up in a clear pool.

    It does not disappoint in this sense either Val di Rabbi, in the Stelvio National Park, as it hosts the Saent waterfalls, among the most beautiful in the whole region and reachable from Coler. Equally enchanting is the Valorz waterfall, which can be reached with the Valorz path including the Kneipp path.

    Mountain bike location

    Those who love the mountains also for mountain-biking excursions in the wildest and most uncontaminated nature can reach the Val di Sole, a real paradise for lovers of two wheels. Here, in addition to the Val di Sole cycle path between Pejo and Mostizzolo, there is the "Bike Park" in Daolasa di Commezzadura, with different routes suitable for everyone's abilities. You can then go on excursions on the Path of the Waterfalls or on the Ancient Emperor's Road, between Campo Carlo Magno and Malè.

    Also to Andalo Molveno, in the province of Trento and in the heart of the Adamello Brenta Natural Park, there are many opportunities to have fun on a mountain bike, with various proposals linked to the "Dolomiti Paganella" project.
    At the "Pump Trak", near Lake Molveno, there is a skill area where you can train, while the more experienced can pedal along the road that connects Andalo, Molveno, Ranzo and Paganella, with a constant view of the Brenta Dolomites.

    La Val di Fassa it is another place suitable for mountain bike lovers, being the scene of numerous summer events such as the "Sella Ronda Bike Day" and the "Maratona delle Dolomiti". You can cycle on the paths of the Fassa Bike Park or among the Ladin valleys of the Dolomiti Lagorai Bike Grand Tour.

    For the less trained, the Cicalbile Val di Fassa-Val di Fiemme is ideal and connects Canazei to Molina di Fiemme along the Avisio torrent.

    Simple hiking locations

    simple paths trentino alto adige

    Experiencing the mountains in summer means undertaking excursions, even rather easy ones, to discover panoramic places of undisputed beauty. In Val di Funes it is possible to walk along the Zannes Nature Trail, crossing the Piuswiese meadows up to the Keldere Wiese Refuge.

    Then there is the Giro delle Malghe which leads, from Malga Zannes, to the Rifugio delle Odle, along paths no. 36 and no. 35., with the sharp peaks of the Odle always in the background. Starting from Malga Zannes you can also reach the Genova Refuge and the natural balcony of Col di Poma.

    Even in Val di Fiemme it is possible to make simple excursions, for example towards the Labyrinth of Latemar, starting from Lake Carezza, or from Cavalese to the Bombasel lakes or again, starting from Pian dei Casoni, towards Baita Segantini in the shade of the Pale di San Martino.

    The walk that leads from Pampeago to the high-altitude park of the "ResirArt" is also worthwhile, along a path that passes by the Chalet Caserina, which also allows you to have tasty picnics on the lawns.

    Other simple excursions can be done among the idyllic landscapes of the Val Pusteria, such as the path that leads from Prato Piazza, in the Fanes-Senes-Braies Natural Park, to the Vallandro refuge at 2400 m. of height.

    Location excursions at high altitude

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    Those who are more trained and want to reach other peaks can try their hand at high-altitude excursions, such as the one that village of Soldiers, in Val Venosta, leads to the Payer Hut located at 3029 m. high, passing through the Tabaretta Refuge and the Forcella dell'Orso.

    Still from Solda and taking the Sassolungo chairlift, take path no. 3 (Morosini path) towards the K2 refuge at 2330 m. high, walking in the heart of the southern Rhaetian Alps.
    The excursion to the Alto del Coston Refuge, located at 2662 m. high, starts from Solda and winds along path no. 4 and then no. 10 (Alta Via), passing through the Vedretta End of the World.

    Also the Val Senales it is full of routes that touch considerable heights, such as the excursion towards Punta della Vedretta at 3289 m. high, unfrozen peak at the edge of the Ötztal Alps.
    Alternatively you can reach 2890 m. in height of the Cima Croda Rotta which can be reached via path no. 18 or the spectacular viewing platform Iceman Ötzi Peak, with a view of the Val Senales Glacier.

    At the foot of the Adamello Brenta Natural Park it extends la Val Rendena and here you can make an exciting excursion to the vault of the XII Apostoli Refuge at 2487 m. high, with a view of the Brenta Dolomites and the Adamello: it starts from Pinzolo and crosses the Doss del Sabion and the Bregn da l'Ors Pass.

    Equally satisfying is the Tour of the Five Lakes, which starts from the Pancugolo Refuge which can be reached from Madonna di Campiglio by cable car: with a vertical drop of 700 m, you meet Lake Ritorto, Lake Lambin and Lake Serodoli located at 2708 m. of height.

    Quick answers on holidays in Trentino Alto Adige

    1. What are the best budget locations for a holiday in Trentino Alto Adige?
    Val dei Mocheni, Valle del Vanoi, Valsugana and Val di Cembra are two of the cheapest valleys for a holiday in Trentino.

    2. Is Trentino Alto Adige suitable for family holidays?
    Absolutely, destinations such as the Alpe di Siusi and the Val di Fiemme offer excursions suitable for everyone, activities and fun parks in nature for children.

    3. What are the most beautiful peaks in the Trentino Dolomites?
    The Pale di San Martino, the Catinaccio in Val di Fassa, the Latemar in Val di Fiemme are some of the most beautiful peaks in the Trentino Dolomites.

    4. Where can young people go in Trentino Alto Adige?
    Places like Brunico and Alta Badia are popular among young people for nightlife and outdoor activities.

    5. What are the best luxury resorts in Trentino Alto Adige?
    Val Gardena, Alta Badia and Madonna di Campiglio are known for their luxury offerings, with exclusive hotels, starred restaurants and boutiques.

    6. Where can I find uncontaminated nature in Trentino Alto Adige?
    Val Senales and Val Aurina are perfect for those looking for authentic natural landscapes, with hiking and wildlife viewing options.

    7. What are the best options for wellness holidays in Trentino Alto Adige?
    Locations such as the Alpe di Siusi and Val Gardena offer excellent opportunities for well-being and relaxation, with spas and treatments based on natural products.

    8. Are there any cities to explore in Trentino Alto Adige?
    Bressanone, Vipiteno and Merano combine urban charm with mountain charm, offering museums, historic architecture and shops.

    9. Which lakes in Trentino Alto Adige are unmissable?
    Lake Tovel, Lake Carezza, Lake Braies offer unique landscapes for postcard photographs and pleasant excursions.

    10. Where can I see the most spectacular waterfalls in Trentino Alto Adige?
    Val di Tures and Val di Rabbi are home to some of the most beautiful waterfalls in the region, reachable via picturesque hiking trails.

    11. What are the best mountain bike locations in Trentino Alto Adige?
    Val di Sole and Val di Fassa offer routes for mountain bikers, with options for all skill levels.

    12. Where to find simple excursions suitable for everyone in Trentino Alto Adige?
    Val di Funes and Val di Fiemme offer accessible trails for all levels of hikers, perfect for families and beginners.

    13. What are the best high altitude excursions in Trentino Alto Adige?
    Places such as Rifugio Payer in Solda and Rifugio XII Apostoli in Val Rendena offer stimulating hikes at high altitude, with breathtaking views and challenges suitable for experienced hikers.

    14. What are the unique summer activities to do in Trentino Alto Adige?
    Activities such as hay harvesting on the Alpe di Siusi, zip-lining in San Vigilio di Marebbe and mountain bike trips offer unique fun during the summer.

    15. Which locations in Trentino Alto Adige offer interesting cultural experiences?
    Merano and Bressanone are rich in history and culture, with museums, historic architecture and cultural events, perfect for history and art enthusiasts.

    16. Where can I find typical accommodation in Trentino Alto Adige?
    The mountain huts in the Vanoi Valley, the alpine huts in the Mocheni Valley offer authentic and traditional experiences, with accommodation immersed in nature.

    17. What are the best destinations for observing wildlife in Trentino Alto Adige?
    The Paneveggio Pale di San Martino Natural Park and the Puez Odle Natural Park are ideal for admiring local fauna in natural environments, offering trekking routes suitable for everyone.

    18. Is Trentino Alto Adige suitable for travelers looking for outdoor adventures?
    Yes, with a wide variety of options such as hiking, mountain biking, climbing available throughout the region.

    19. What are the unique attractions of Trentino Alto Adige not to be missed?
    The Earth Pyramids of Segonzano, the bell tower submerged in Lake Resia, and the wine terraces of the Val di Cembra, the spiers of the Odle dal Seceda are among the unique attractions.

    20. How can I explore Trentino Alto Adige in a sustainable way?
    Using local public transport you can visit some places such as Val Pusteria.

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