Trentino, your green holiday
Discovering the environmental heritage of the territory, between Nature Parks and protected areas
ATTENTION: The opening of cultural and tourist sites, access to them, to public transport and to the services described in these pages is governed by the containment measures put in place by the government authorities and the Autonomous Province of Trento to deal with the COVID-19 health emergency. The rules may vary over time and provide for the application of different security measures — from closure, to social distancing, to the mandatory use of personal protective equipment such as gloves and masks. We therefore ask you to consult the section Travelling safely on this website and to contact the managers directly for updated information on how to gain access.
In pursuit of broad landscapes, pale colours, and timeless atmospheres. For those who want to experience the mountain "slowly", the protected areas propose fascinating offers: guided walks, snowshoe excursions, exciting explorations and open air adventures.
But where? In the Paneveggio Pale di San Martino Nature Park, for example, which offers walks in the fairytale atmosphere of the "Violin Forest" of Paneveggio. The Stelvio Trentino National Park offers many snowy routes through woods and pastures in the Peio and Rabbi valleys. Winter emotions also await you in the Adamello Brenta Nature Park, where it is possible to discover how nature only appears to be sleeping, in a landscape designed by the magic and the light effects of the environment.