Natural parks in the Dolomites

The Dolomites offer a great variety of landscapes, which are expressed in all their splendor in the natural parks. Experience the imposing beauty of nature in the Dolomites in one of the eight natural parks and be impressed by rugged mountain peaks, steep rocky gorges, wide elevations, crystal clear mountain lakes, picturesque forests and colorful meadows.

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Natural Park Dolomiti Bellunesi

The Zoldo Valley, home to the Maè stream, serves as a northern border to the reserve and unites two of the most spectacular and loved mountains of the Dolomites: Civetta and Pelmo. The structural complexity and the relative diversity of the ro...
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National Park Fanes-Senes- Braies

Past the imposing rocky walls which enclose it just like a treasure chest, the Park reveals its landscapes: vast plateaus, beautiful forests, picturesque lakes such as the enchanting Lake Braies. The landscape, shaped by karst phenomena moulding well...
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Natural Park Tre Cime

Located in the eastern part of South-Tyrol, it is home to beautiful peaks which reach more than 3.000 meters. Its most characteristic trait is the profile of the Tre Cime di Lavaredo and the famous Merdiiana of the Dolomites of Sesto, famous worldwid...
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Natural Park Puez-Odle

This National Park embraces the area around the Odle Group and the high plateau of Puez. The Park covers an area of 10,196 hectares and includes parts of the municipalities of Badia, Corvara, Funes, San Martino in Badia, S. Cristina, Ortisei, and Sel...
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Natural park Rio delle foglie

In this magnificent rocky cleft, the thousand-year old erosion of water has created a deep incision, which has brought stratifications of different eras to the surface. The scenic impact of this place is extraordinary, as well as being geologically s...
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Natural Park Sciliar-Catinaccio

Differently from other areas, which stand out for their imposing nature, here we have splendid towers and pointed bell-towers reaching to the sky. The well-known Dolomia and its ability to react to variations in light, which gives the mountains shadi...
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National Park Paneveggio- Pale di San Martino

This vast territory is characterised by three different landscapes: the Dolomite group of Pale di San Martino, Paneveggio forest and a part of the Lagorai porfid chain. The extraordinary diversity of the substrata, of the shapes of the landscape and ...
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Dolomiti d’Ampezzo

Uncontested protagonist of Cortina is the crystallised nature of the the National Park’s timeless landscapes of Dolomiti d’Ampezzo, which stretches across Tofane, Cristallo and Croda Rossa d’Ampezzo. An Eden for those who enjoy hiki...
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