Monte Corno Natural Park
The Monte Corno nature park takes its name from the mountain of the same name, one of the highest peaks in the Dolomites of Fiemme. The park is administratively part of South Tyrol and is the southernmost park in the region. It includes the municipalities of Trodena, Anterivo, Montagna, Egna and Salorno. If you are interested in visiting this park, we recommend an old electric mill in Trodena, which acts as a Visitor Centre; another information point is located in Cauria, a mountain village in the municipality of Salorno.
Thanks to its location, the Monte Corno Park has the richest fauna and flora of all the parks in the region.
The four theme trails that wind through the beautiful landscape are very interesting and well designed: the 2 km long Legends Trail in Trodena and the eight stations of the Legends Trail in Anterivo are popular destinations for families. In addition, there is the Casignano Promenade, a circular path that also passes through the “Kanzel” vantage point, and the Kneipp recreation area “Sandegg” in Anterivo.
Paneveggio-Pale di San Martino Nature Park
Ready to discover one of the largest and most famous parks in Trentino? Established in 1967, the Paneveggio-Pale di San Martino Nature Park covers an area of almost 200 square kilometres and includes the areas of the Pale di San Martino, the Paneveggio forest, part of the Lagorai chain, a portion of the Lusia-Cima Bocche chain.
The symbol of the park is the deer, king of the forest, which you can admire at the Visitor Centre of Paneveggio. In addition to this, there are others, such as the one in Val Canali and San Martino di Castrozza. A very rich Ecomuseum and Ethnographic Path are a must in Vanoi.
In addition to the deer, the park is known to be frequented by roe deer, fawns and golden eagles. As for the flora, how not to mention the spruce, the perfect base for excellent musical instruments.
Our tip: immerse yourself in the spruce forest, both in summer and winter with snowshoes. The only noise you’ll hear is the sound of your footsteps. Take a short break at Malga Venegiota and enjoy its delicacies.