Would you like to know about some unmissable itineraries in the area that silently recount the history and local traditions and astound with their breathtaking panoramic views? Here are a few recommendations: here you will find something for everyone!
Between nature and culture
Discovering the area on foot
This easy loop hike is highly recommended during the winter season with snowshoes- It leads from the photogenic Prati Còl - located in the extreme southern corner of the town of San Martino - to Malga Civertaghe, and then returns to the wild Val di Ròda.
A comfortable and pleasant walk that winds along the valley floor between the towns of Primiero-San Martino di Castrozza and Mezzano, one of the most beautiful villages in Italy. Since it is a circular route, the starting point can vary
A classic picture-perfect tour: starting from Passo Rolle, you go up to the panoramic Monte Castelàz, to find the statue of the Thinking Christ at the summit. Then, descend from the famous Baita Segantini mountain hut and view the majestic peaks of Pale di San Martino reflected in the lake.
This relatively unchallenging hike develops along the meadows of the sunny southern slope of Mount Cimerlo, known for its isolated Dolomite bell towers. A fine hike in all seasons, it also passes through Pra Sorìn, an evocative photographic spot.
An extremely scenic itinerary without technical difficulties that crosses an area of the Pale di San Martino famous for its families of marmots. With a little luck, you will be able to spot this cute animal, as well as horses and sheep in the alpine pastures.
This hike develops in the Lagorai Chain and passes through one of the most iconic places in Primiero: the Laghetti di Colbricón with the mountain hut of the same name. Then you can go up to two peaks, Cavallazza and Tognazza, following old trenches, military tunnels and other testaments of World War I.
This path was created in 2018 thanks to the initiative of the Paneveggio-Pale di San Martino Natural Park to promote its forest heritage. The route winds through Val Noana through a flora of rare beauty. Along the path, you will find panels that describe the features of the area and its rich history.
A simple and well-marked loop around the town of Transacqua. Despite being short, it offers interesting views over the valley floor, the Pale di San Martino and the Feltrine peaks. You can also hike it in the winter, paying attention to some stretches that might be frozen because they are shaded from the sun.