Relaxing winter holidays on the Mendola Pass
The Mendola Pass (1363 m) is an important tourist destination overlooked by the Monte Roen (2116 m) and the Penegal (1737 m). Surrounded by striking pine woods, the Mendola Pass looks out over the Eastern part of the Dolomites as well as over the peaks of the Brenta, Ortles and Passirie Alps to the west. In the past the area used to feature one single inn to host travellers. However, after the road was built and completed in 1885, it opened to tourism and became a holiday destination for the Hapsburg court. Striking hikes can be enjoyed from Mendola Pass, such as those leading to Monte Roen or Monte Penegal, with its enchanting views from its panoramic towers.
The area is also equipped with a programmed snow system, equipment rental and ski instructors for a sport and relax full-immersion during the winter season.