Adamello Brenta Nature Park
The largest protected area of Trentino
Our hotel is located just outside the Adamello Brenta Nature Park, the largest protected area of Trentino that includes the district Adamello-Presanella and the Brenta Dolomites. It is exactly the Brenta Dolomites, that stand impressively creating a unique surroundings in the village of Molveno, in 2009 they were declared World Natural Heritage Site.
The uniqueness of the Brenta Dolomites is the pinkish colour that presents itself at sunrise. In fact, the Dolostone, of prehistoric origins, is formed by sediments of shells and corals and this is why, in the morning, gives us this incredible phenomenon called "alpenglow".
At sunrise in fact the peaks of the Brenta Group gradually turn pink, creating this wonderful and unique effect.
The Adamello Brenta Nature Park has a very rich flora with approximately 1,500 species of plants and flowers, and is populated by numerous animals such as deer, chamois, ibex, eagles, foxes, marmots and of course the brown bear.
When hiking in the woods open your eyes wide... you could be lucky enough to see a roe deer grazing grass or a red squirrel jumping from a fir tree to another!