The Fiemme Valley
The Fiemme Valley comprises numerous mountainous compounds: the chain of the Lagorai, the Pale di San Martino, and the group of Rosengarten-Latemar.
These spaces, immersed in green, are ideal for excursions on mountain bikes during the summer season, while in winter they can be travelled with snow shoes.
There are also several hectares of woods of larches and firs and among the latter stands out the spruce resonance that from the nickname of “Forest of the violins” to the Natural Park of Paneveggio.
Its wood is used to create the tables of resonance for pianos, while stories tell that Stradivari uses it for its marvelous violins.
The Fiemme Valley, in winter, puts at the disposal of the sport lovers 150 km of slopes used for cross-country skiing, and 110 km for downhill skiing and snowboarding.
There are also numerous sporting events (Marcialonga Tour de Ski and Nordic Combined World Cup,) and events of various kinds.