the nature parks in the dolomites
IMPOSING BEAUTIES AS FAR AS THE EYE CAN SEE
Eight times fascination, eight times different natural landscapes and eight times impressive plateaus. The Nature Parks in the Dolomites show the treasures the Italian Alps hold and the magical way in which the natural spectacles meet here.
They begin gently with colourful flower meadows and picturesque forests, until the landscape slowly becomes steeper and the rugged mountain peaks and grey rocky gorges dominate the landscape. High up in countless meters of altitude then the extensive plateaus and crystal clear mountain lakes. Mighty, impressive and breathtaking! In addition, the protected areas in the Dolomites are home to a diverse fauna and flora. Extraordinary plants and rare animals roam the hiking and cycling paths in the mountains.
eight nature parks with various themes
Ever seen a bearded vulture in the wild? No? No wonder, these rare birds of prey are threatened with extinction and can hardly be seen. In the Dolomites, however, with a little bit of luck, mountain lovers can discover one or the other vulture in one of the eight national parks.
As you can see, it always pays off to take a hiking tour through the Dolomites.
Tip: In the visitor centres there is plenty of information about the rare flora and fauna in the Nature Parks. Or just ask one of the local guides and you will be provided with lots of helpful tips.
Practical and comfortable access to the Nature Parks: With over 100 open lifts in the Dolomiti SuperSummer, each of the individual parks can be reached quickly and easily. You want to explore more than just one natural jewel? With the SuperSummer lift pass you buy a ticket for the whole area. One ticket and unlimited possibilities!
In addition to the practical visitor centres in each of the eight national parks, hikers and mountaineers can use the hiking map for information and orientation. On this map all trails, national parks and routes are marked and clearly presented.