Nature, pleasure, enjoyment
The Alpe Lusia/San Pellegrino hiking area is perfect for families and outdoor sports enthusiasts, with stunning views of the Dolomites — a UNESCO World Heritage site. Hikes, walking trails, theme parks and mountain bike trails are all waiting for you to discover them. Culinary surprises abound in this region, and so do the events on offer.
Tours and stunning views on Col Margherita
The Col Margherita (2,520 metres) is one of the most interesting plateaus in the Alps. Mountain enthusiasts and hiking fans will find both stunning mountain landscapes, valleys, and meadows here as well as the Col Margherita theme park within easy walking distance. The Rocce Fiorite nature reserve offers visitors all sorts of special geological and botanical Dolomite gems.
For explorers of all ages
Guided tours to the mountain pastures of Costabella or a horse-drawn carriage trip to the valley of Fuciade make for a family holiday you’ll never forget. The Falcade-Le Buse gondola lift will take you to the Giardino delle Formiche (ant garden), where you can learn all about how ants live, and to the Bosco degli Artisti (artists’ forest) open air museum where visitors can admire artwork hidden among the trees while strolling for a kilometre or so.
Whether you’re after traditional Trentino treats in the Alpe Lusia/San Pellegrino area or prefer veritable Veneto victuals, the mountain huts, pastures and restaurants here have so much stunning food on offer. While your eyes feast on the views your mouth can feast on the cuisine!
At the end of a challenging day in the mountains, there’s nothing better than heading back to comfy accommodation, be that in a mountain hut or a hotel. The Alpe Lusia/San Pellegrino region has a huge range of accommodation on offer, both in Falcade, Moena, and on the San Pellegrino pass.