Stelvio National Park
Opened in 1935, the Park is home to the Cevedale, the so-called "roof" of Trentino that borders with Lombardia and South Tyrol
High mountains, glaciers, lakes and waterfalls. But also beautiful forests with Swiss pine trees, centuries-old larch trees, white and red fir trees. And pastures with open dairy huts where you can taste fresh cheese. Or the mills, forges and sawmills. You’ll even find thermal waters rich in minerals. The valleys of the Park, Pejo and Rabbi on the side of Val di Sole are an endless surprise.
Lush vegetation with thousands of deer and even a historical human settlement. Mountains where wars were once fought but that are now protected and peaceful areas, with attractive mountain huts and the glaciers that cover the peaks of the Group of the Cevedale (3769 m), the highest mountain in Trentino. Beautiful settlements, wooden buildings and rewarding paths on foot or by mountain bike. In Rabbi you can climb 700 steps among 23 larch trees that are 500 years old or admire the waterfalls of Saènt to then descend to the Visitor's Centre of Rabbi Fonti. In Pejo you can access the "3,000" of Viòz (also by cable car) or the springs of the river Noce. Or take a tour of the Visitor's Centre of Cogolo in the Pejo Fonti wildlife area or at the dairy hut where local farmers produce the Casolét cheese, a Slow Food presidium.