Paneveggio Pale di San Martino Natural Park

Paneveggio Pale di San Martino Natural Park

The Paneveggio Natural Park of Pale San Martino is the perfect mountain environment for man and nature to live in symbiosis, a large protected natural park where the environment is uncontaminated and offers unique colors in any direction you go.

In fact, the Park is immersed in the greenery of forests whose morphological formation dates back to several centuries ago, and features dark red rocks, lakes and streams with crystal clear water and offers the possibility of admiring roe deer and deer. Among other things, the latter represent the symbol of the Park and therefore fall within the protected species.

How to Get There:

The park can be reached from Val di Fiemme, from San Martino di Castrozza or from Valle del Vanoi. Its extension is such as to allow it to be explored from these 3 corners of Trentino Alto Adige, each with different landscapes and characteristics.

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If you opt for a summer holiday in Paneveggio Pale di San Martino, it means appreciating its flora and fauna in its entirety. In fact, the area is renowned for the many green contexts that it is able to offer, and above all for the presence of spruce which is particularly suitable for building various musical instruments.

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However, being very large, the Park also allows you to visit neighboring places such as Val Canali, San Martino di Castrozza or Vanoi where you can appreciate the Ethnographic Ecomuseum. For mountain bike lovers there is also the possibility of choosing ad hoc routes such as the Caoria-Paneveggio route which is approximately 36.5 kilometers long.

Where to stay

To stay near the Paneveggio Natural Park and access it comfortably, it is best to choose Val di Fiemme or San Martino di Castrozza. These two destinations are located right near the park and offer a holiday offer suitable for everyone with modern and welcoming facilities. The fact that these two valleys belong to the park, with which they share many symbolic places, makes the tourist offer interesting because guided tours, events and educational initiatives are organized which allow you to better discover the beauty of this natural reserve.

Furthermore, the entire area is full of indications, signs and posters to make an independent visit to the area as easy as possible.

An alternative valley to visit the park, and even cheaper, is the Vanoi Valley. This valley is less known but allows access to less famous areas of the park and therefore less exposed to mass tourism. An area where it is necessary to find a compromise with services but capable of saving compared to the nearby valleys and above all capable of offering hidden corners of authentic nature.

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