For Trentino, safety comes first.

In this section, you can learn more about all the measures put in place by our operators and tourist service providers to protect you and your loved ones.

Trentino’s protected areas

All the news for the summer season

SUMMER 2020 - The Parks of Trentino are vast protected areas with acres and acres of forests, meadows, pastures, lakes, rocky plateaus, glaciers and Dolomite peaks. From the most popular places to the paths less travelled, the Parks feature valuable natural environments, safe and, above all, regenerative.

Visiting a Park alone or with family is a way to enjoy nature privately and intimately. Above all, it means staying as long as you like and following your own path.

This summer, some truly special projects have been initiated in order to make visiting the Parks and Network of Reserves even more interesting, with the advantage of being able to choose your own experience.
These experiences are dedicated to well-being, in collaboration with thermal facilities and experts, with the aim of satisfying the need for nature and for self-care during this truly unusual summer.

Let’s discover all the activities.



This summer, Stelvio National Park gives you the option to walk on your own, but also assisted by “guides” available throughout the day. Along the path, after each stretch, you will find a Park Ranger who can give you information, advise you on possible itineraries and answer all your questions.



Val Canali is one of the most beloved places in Paneveggio-Pale di San Martino Park, an area rich in highly valuable environments and landscapes, with the Dolomite peaks of the Pale as the backdrop. We suggest you visit Val Canali, getting your bearings with a special topographical map and following the permanent Orienteering Park itineraries, of various lengths and difficulties.



For the first time in Italy, you can attend seven special evenings of silent film showings in the Adamello Brenta Nature Park, with zero impact on the environment or nature. Film projection is powered by a photovoltaic system, and the audience listens with headphones, so as not to disturb the animals.



The technological evolution of the classic treasure hunt, where you can participate using an app on your smartphone to discover different places. Download the free Parco Fluviale della Sarca app to take part.
An exciting and enthralling game for visiting some of the most beautiful places in the Park. You can win prizes, redeemable at the local farm stores.



Scientific evidence suggests that pine forests have a preventative and therapeutic effect.
In the Network of Reserves Val di Cembra - Avisio, one path leads you to discover the larch wood of the Planes in the Valda territory. Along the way, you will find educational plaques describing the forest, the larch tree and its precious resin, “il largà”.

Published on 15/03/2021