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Information on Trentino-Alto Adige

The Dolomites are the most spectacular mountain range in Italy. It is a beautiful area, with impressive, rugged massifs and high peaks, interspersed with hills, green meadows, rivers, lakes and old villages.

The Dolomites are a paradise for lovers of outdoor activities. There are many signposted routes for walking enthusiasts as well as several routes for mountain biking. If you do not feel like climbing too much, there is always the possibility of going up the mountains by cable lift (for example from Cortina d?Ampezzo). It is also possible to go horse riding, parapenting, rock climbing, kayaking or rafting. On the lakes, such as the lake of Molveno, you can go sailing and wind surfing.

The Seiser Alm natural park (Alpe di Siusi) is a gorgeous walking paradise, with more than 300km of footpaths over mountains and meadows. There is a National Park as well, the Dolomiti-Bellunesi.

In winter, the Dolomites are a winter sports destination, with Cortina d?Ampezzo as its most popular resort. The huge skiing area of Dolomiti-Superski consists of 12 smaller skiing areas and has 1200km of slopes in total. For winter sports with an Italian flavour!

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All interesting climbs in Trentino-Alto Adige on Google Maps:
5 climbs found.
Mountainname Departure Region Height To MAP Picture
Monte Finonchio Rovereto
Trentino-Alto Adige 1602 m
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Osservatorio Monte Zugna Rovereto
Trentino-Alto Adige 1615 m
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Rovereto-Serrada Rovereto
Trentino-Alto Adige 1259 m
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Passo della Borcola Castello di Rovereto
Trentino-Alto Adige 1207 m
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Passo Pian delle Fugazze Rovereto
Trentino-Alto Adige 1160 m
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