Nature parks in the Dolomites
Monumental beauty as far as the eye can see
Eight fascinating experiences, eight different natural landscapes and eight impressive plateaus. The nature parks of the Dolomites showcase the treasures of the Italian Alps and the magical way in which different natural spectacles come together here.
This enchanting world opens up gently with colourful flower meadows and picturesque forests, which slowly become steeper and more rugged to reveal a landscape of mountain peaks and grey gorges. Climb to new altitudes, take in vast plateaus and crystal-clear mountain lakes. Powerful, impressive and breathtaking! The protected areas in the Dolomites are also home to diverse flora and fauna. Find extraordinary plants and rare animals roaming the hiking and biking trails in the mountains.
Ever seen a bearded vulture in the wild? No? No wonder, these rare birds of prey are an endangered species and hardly ever spotted. But with a bit of luck, mountain goers can catch a glimpse of these vultures in one of the eight national parks in the Dolomites.
You see, hiking in this mountain range is always well rewarded.
Tip: Detailed information about the rare flora and fauna in the nature parks is available in the visitor centres, or simply ask one of the local guides who will be happy to provide you with plenty of helpful tips for your visit to the Trentino and Belluno countryside.
Convenient and comfortable access to the nature parks: With over 100 open lifts at your disposal with Dolomiti SuperSummer, reaching any of the nature parks is quick and easy. Looking to explore more than just one natural treasure? The SuperSummer lift pass covers the whole area. One ticket, unlimited possibilities!
As well as the convenient visitor centres in each of the eight national parks, hikers and mountaineers can use the hiking map for information and orientation. This map clearly displays all paths, national parks and routes.