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Dolomites Trentino

Madonna Di Campiglio

Trentino offers you cultural and natural resources as well as a journey into its history and spoils you with clean water, pure air and beautiful surroundings.
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Dolomites Veneto

Val di Fassa

They are renowned throughout the world: from the Belluno Pre-alps to Cansiglio, towering over Alpago, and then Cristallo, Sorapis, the Tofane overlooking Cortina, Marmolada, the Tre Cime di Lavaredo...
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Dolomites South Tyrol

Dolomites South Tyrol

South Tyrol with 300 sunny days per year and fertile soils provides the ideal prerequisites to indulge the most discriminating bons vivants.
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Worth visiting nearby

Lake Garda

From north to south Lake Garda features picturesque resorts and enchanting views. Garda Trentino, at the northern end of the lake, with its resorts of Riva del Garda, Torbole and the lido of Arco.
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Venice

Venice is often referred to as one of the most beautiful cities on Earth, with its rich pristine architecture, romantic scenery and world renowned food and wine.
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Skiing in Italy, Resort information, hotels and apartments

Sounds of the Dolomites 2013

From June 29th to August 30th, 2013
Sounds of the Dolomites: Walk along paths of art and nature towards a horizon that opens up to the vibrations and echoes of all the different types of music in the world, towards the sounds and voices gathered where the earth comes closest to the sky. Both the musicians and the audience, music and mountain lovers alike, all set off to climb the path together, brought together by a sincere passion for adventures of the body and soul.

Kronplatz summer highlights 2012 list of events

There’s always something going on!

In South Tyrol and in particular in the Kronplatz Holiday Region in the Pustertal Valley in the
Dolomites people know how to celebrate. We take and welcome each opportunity!
Please ask for our hiking and activity program, as well as for the references of cultural and culinary
highlights in the Kronplatz Holiday Region, a place where diversity reigns.
The most important events are under mentioned at a glance.
The tourist offices of the Kronplatz Holiday Region are pleased to inform you in detail about our
summer events.

Active holidays at Kronplatz in the heart of the South Tyrolean Dolomites

Climbing, hiking, mountain biking, zip line flights or slacklining against the stunning backdrop of the Dolomites: pure fun and action!

Kronplatz has a share in three different nature parks: Fanes-Senes-Braies/Fanes-Sennes-Prags, Puez-Odle/Puez-Geisler and Rieserferner-Ahrn, with the first two being part of the Dolomites, our stunning World Heritage Site. Together with their distinctive geology and geomorphology, their extraordinary beauty has earned the Dolomites the name "pale mountains" and an entry on the list of the planet's most precious gems of nature.

Mountain Bike in Andalo Paganella



1) DOSS PELA' - PIAN DEL DOSSON - ANDALO

Reach Doss Pelà by cable car; from the arrival station turn right and crossed the flat area descend for about 50 metres on the left- hand edge of the ski track then continue on the road that cuts across the hillside.
After a few minutes of easy biking, you come to the S. Antonio slope; cross this and continue along a flat strecht to the fork for Malga Covelo. After the first true descent (take care) ignore the fork to the left. Continue up a short climb that takes you across the slope descending from Paganella2. The road continues through the woods to reach Pian Dosson, which we go through to the right, taking the second fork, and after some metres continues downhill again for about 4 kilometres. At the junction with the provincial road turn left to reach Andalo.

Trekking in Andalo Paganella

1) ANDALO - DOSS PELA' - MALGA ZAMBANA- RODA - CIMA PAGANELLA - MALGA TERLAGO - DOSS PELA'

We reach the Cable railway departure station and the cabin will take us to Doss Pelà (m. 1776). Close by we find a path with the sign to "Malga Zambana" that leads to "Selletta". Following path n° 604 will reach "passo Canalone Battisti" from which starts the "Sentiero Roda". The itinerary is rather exposed and offers a beautiful view on the "Valle dell'Adige"; it leads to the ex Cesare Battisti Refuge. Return: on forest road until "Passo S. Antonio" (m. 1892), crossing "Malga Terlago" (m. 1826) and then continuing until "Doss Pelà" (m. 1776) at the departure of the cable to Andalo.

Dolomiti di Brenta Trek

The Dolomiti di Brenta trek is a new route all around the Brenta Group, the western chain of the Dolomites in the heart of one of the wildest natural parks in Italy: the Adamello Brenta Nature Park.

Dolomiti Brenta Trek - Discovering the Brenta Dolomites on foot
The "Dolomiti di Brenta Trek" (DBT) - like its counterpart the "Dolomiti di Brenta Bike" a bikers' paradise opened last summer - caters for two different types of walkers. The "expert" route has been planned for serious and practised hikers, who want to enjoy the mountains one hundred percent and experience staying in high altitude refuges, alpine cow-sheds and bivouac huts, whilst the "country" route is for families and those who prefer gentler mountain slopes and walking without forsaking the pleasure of returning to a comfortable hotel to rest after the outing.

Golf in Trentino

The Dolomiti Golf Club is considered to be one of the most beautiful courses in the Alps. Located in Sarnonico in Val di Non, it is framed by both the Brenta Dolomites and the Maddalene mountain range. The course itself unfurls between green hills and thick fir forests.

The Rendena Golf Club is located in the heart of the Adamello-Brenta Nature Park, just a short distance away from Madonna di Campiglio. Golfers can admire the beautiful landscapes of the Brenta Dolomites and the Presanella Glaciers from the Club.
Rendena Golf Club

Trentino Paragliding

Paragliding is a highly exhilarating sport. People launch themselves into the air from the peaks and glide down into the valleys, transported by air currents. Cableways and ski-lifts are available to take paragliders up to the peaks.
In Trentino, numerous sports schools provide the skills and equipment necessary for paragliding, hand gliding, gliding and skydiving. Countless natural launch platforms are also available in the area, so that visitors can take flight with their paragliders and hang gliders. Flying allows visitors to fully enjoy Trentino's landscape from a new point of view, in complete silence.

Planning your holiday on Lake Garda in Trentino

Lake GardaIf you're seeking accommodation on Lake Garda in Trentino, then visittrentino.it is the place to look. You'll find here all the hotels, guest-houses and holiday residences in the area – great tourist accommodation that will surely tempt you to spend your holiday on the shores of this wonderful lake, with all its enticing features, not least its climate. The hotels are set deep in the beautiful surroundings of sparkling water, lake breezes and the imposing mountains that tower over the whole Trentino area. Comfort and wellbeing are the order of the day here.

National Park Stelvio

PEIO ANIMAL SANCTUARY

The area, also accessible to the disabled, hosts deer and roe deer and is situated along the road from Peio Fonti to Peio Paese. The "Casa dei Cervi" has a modern information point and characteristic visitor centre, where even infants can learn to appreciate the habits and differences of the animals living in the protected area.

Mountain biking in Trentino

From its cycling paths at the bottom of its valleys to unpaved paths amidst the woods and meadows, Trentino is a real paradise for cycling fans.
A network of cycling paths criss-crosses Trentino and travels through its most important valleys: it connects the north - through the South Tyrol cycling path - to the south - through the cycling path to the Pianura Padana - and the east - through the cycling path to Venice. All of the paths have been equipped with signs, refreshment points, bicycle grills and internet points.

Horse riding

There are many riding schools, associations and centres scattered throughout the area. Of the many activities they offer, special mention must be made of their horseback excursions, which allow travellers to visit some of the most striking panoramic points in the area and enjoy breathtaking views on horseback while travelling from one Alpine meadow to the next, trotting from paths to bridges. Individual and group outings on horseback are organised on a periodic basis, both in summer and winter. Several classes and riding courses are also on offer throughout Dolomites.
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