The Adamello-Brenta Natural Park is the largest protected area in Trentino and includes the Brenta Dolomites Group and the Adamello-Presanella granite massif.
To the west, the Adamello-Presanella massif, the realm of water: grandiose glaciers, rushing streams, spectacular waterfalls, dozens of enchanting lakes and the granite tonalite of volcanic origin to be the master.
To the east the spectacular Brenta Dolomites, recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site: a succession of spiers, towers and huge overhanging walls of dolomite rock and limestone in which the geological history of the land emerged from the sea was stratified millions of years ago
This pristine scenario presents an ecosystem that houses an incredible variety of environments and fauna and floral species.
Established in 1967 on an area of 620 hectares, it is divided into four valleys: the Val di Non, the Val di Sole, the Val Rendena and the Giudicarie valleys. In 2008 it became part of the European and World network of Geoparks, classified by UNESCO, testifying to the richness and extraordinary nature of its geological heritage, and a strong link with the locals in the sustainable development of this area.
Both the Adamello and Brenta sides are rich in woods, lakes, streams, waterfalls and glaciers and offer an incredible variety of crossings, trekking and excursions suitable for both beginners and experts. The variety of flora and fauna make this park a unique attraction around Madonna di Campiglio
Flora and Fauna of the Park
The floral and faunal variety of the Adamello-Brenta Park is unmatched with other areas of the Alps. Among the floral species of the park, the edelweiss, rhododendron, orchid and negritella are of particular interest.
The variety and fauna richness of the Adamello-Brenta Natural Park is due to the multiple environments on which the park develops, as well as the integrity of the territory. The species that can be encountered walking in the park are chamois, roe deer, ibex, deer, foxes, squirrels, marmots, grouse, eagles and many other typical specimens of alpine fauna.