Natural park Fanes-Sennes-Braies
We start by telling you that hic sunt orsam and if you want to have a têt-à-têt with one of them, well, you just have to go into this wonderful park. Speleo bears have often been spotted, and their lair has also been found.
In more than twenty-five thousand hectares you can also admire the beauty of the flora and fauna, reaching the plateau of Prato Piazza or the instagrammed Pragser Wildsee/Lake of Braies. The tip: if you can avoid weekends and busy days, do it. The lake in question has now become one of the most popular destinations in South Tyrol.
For young speleologists, but also for those who love the theme, the park offers the opportunity to visit its caves of karst origin with specialized guides.
The Fanes-Senes-Braies Park has been a protected area since 1980 and extends over the municipalities of Badia, Braies, Dobbiaco, La Valle, Marebbe and Valdaora.
Three Peaks Nature Park (Drei Zinnen)
The symbol of the Dolomites and South Tyrol for excellence, it is really famous all over the world: the Three Peaks of Lavaredo (Drei Zinnen) have conquered musicians and actors all over the world. They are formed by the Cima Grande (which you can reach with a via ferrata), Cima Ovest and Cima Piccola.
It is recommended to go around this wonder and to reach the park you can leave your car at Rif. Auronzo (with a toll of Euro 30 for cars).
I’m not afraid of fatigue: from Lake Landro (in Dobbiaco) or from the beautiful Val Fiscalina (in Moso di Sesto Pusteria).
Inserted in the Park of the Three Peaks, this small but pretty valley deserves a few words, but above all a visit from you. It can be reached from the village of Sesto, Bad Moos/Bagni di Moso and for 4 and a half kilometres it goes as far as the Fondovalle Refuge. It is ideal for families with children of all ages.
Both in summer (accessible with snowshoes and ski mountaineering equipment) and in winter, the Val Fiscalina offers magical moments and views that will remain in your heart: Monte Paterno, the mountains of the Sesto Sundial and the Three Peaks are the contours of this paradise.
Val Fiscalina is the access to Alta Via n.5 and you can reach the Three Peaks with a 3 hours walk.