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The Nature Park

Entering the park, nature immediately wins us over with unspoiled landscapes and unique beauty. Here we can experience unequaled emotions: admire the Brenta Dolomites, majestic peaks turning to red at sunset. Stroll along fairytale lakes, where you can lose yourself in a wild nature. Or put yourself to the test and reach the Adamello glacier, one of the largest in Europe.

Wherever you can venture into thick woods, cool off at the rushing streams that flow forming wonderful waterfalls. Feel at one with the uncontaminated nature, breathe clean air and admire places where various species of plants and wild animals live. Meanwhile, in the thick of the woods, the brown bear, an ancient inhabitant of these places, walks solitary and undisturbed.

Visiting the inhabited villages in the surrounding valleys, one breathes the ancient wisdom and the industriousness of the people who live there. There is historical and artistic evidence handed down from past generations in the constant search for a balance between Man and Nature.

Where we are
The Adamello Brenta Nature Park (620.51 sq km) is the largest protected area in Trentino. Established in 1967, it extends into western Trentino and includes the Adamello and Brenta mountain ranges. It is crossed by the Val Rendena and surrounded by the valleys of Non, di Sole and Giudicarie. The altitude ranges from 477m to 3558m. In 1967 the Autonomous Province of Trento established the two provincial parks, Adamello Brenta and Paneveggio Pale di San Martino.


The Adamello Brenta Nature Park is located in the Rhaetian Alps, the central-southern Italian sector of the Alpine chain. It is located in the western...


First decades of '900 Authoritative naturalists and men of culture support the idea of creating a natural park in Trentino to protect the territory between...


In 2008 the Adamello Brenta Geopark became part of the European and World Geoparks Network of UNESCO. In 2015 UNESCO launched the International Program for...


In the protected area are present all the characteristic species of the Alps, among which the brown bear stands out, the symbol of the Park...


The richness and variety of the flora and vegetation of the Adamello Brenta Natural Park are unparalleled in the entire Alpine arc. The presence of...


The geology of the Adamello Brenta Nature Park is fascinating and complex. The exceptional naturalistic and geological richness meant that it was recognized as a...


The waterfalls in the park are nature shows that inspire the imagination of poets and writers producing legends and stories. There are so many water...


Numerous valleys, among the most beautiful in the Alps, are the gateway to the wildest and most remote parts of the Park.
Dolomites World Heritage

Dolomites World Heritage

UNESCO, on 26 June 2009, in Seville, included the Dolomites in the World Natural Heritage.
Man and the Biosphere – UNESCO MAB

Man and the Biosphere – UNESCO MAB

Man and the Biosphere – MAB  is an international scientific program started by UNESCO in 1971. The aim is to promote on a scientific base a...

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