They are naturalistic ring-routes, generally developing at moderate altitudes and dedicated to hikers who are not necessarily experts, but interested in thoroughly discover flora, vegetation, fauna, and geology of the places they are visiting.Further information
Thematic trails have been chosen among the most representative routes to describe one specific feature of the territory (history, archaeology, traditional human activities, geomorphology, etc.). The first six thematic trails satisfy the most exacting hikers thanks to the detailed information provided by the guidebooks and the presence of specific panels along the trail.Further information
The CAI trail network in the Park is very complex: as a matter of fact, it includes 52 trails and 5 vie ferrate, whose details you will find following the links. Moreover, the protected area is crossed by Alte Vie delle Dolomiti no. 1, 2 and part of no. 3.Further information
Description of the measure
According to the Park Plan, a Visitor Center dedicated to the issue of fauna will be opened in the Municipality of Sedico; with this perspective, a first series of interventions aimed at the observation of the wild fauna has been realized, together with other measures aimed at increasing the faunistic receptivity of the site and the opportunities to sight the animals.
The following structures have been built:
Aims of the measure
The planned measures are aimed at increasing the wildlife receptivity of the site, the opportunities to sight wild animals, and at promoting, through the creation of adequate structures, their observation.
It is necessary to underline that the easy accessibility of the area of Salet gives the opportunity to disabled people to visit the Park and discover its naturalistic features.
We are collaborating with the Park Tour Guides (Cooperative Mazarol) and with Comitato d'Intesa among the volunteer associations operating in the field of disability to make the route accessible and to create informative supports both for schools and for people with disabilities.
A selection of "classic routes" which will allow you to discover the most beautiful and fascinating places of the Park, enjoy the walk!
"Due passi alle porte del Parco" (two steps from the Park's door) are short ring-routes on the valley bottom, ideal for those who prefer low-altitude walks. Many titneraries are also suitable for families and children.
Within the Park it is possible to go by bike on all the state, provincial municipal streets. In some forestry streets and in all the paths it is forbidden to go by bike.
Below you can find the itineraries on the forestry streets which can be covered by bike within the Park. Some of the routes are situated within the protected area, others begin outside the Park and then enter or cross it.
Within the Park the hikes on horseback are allowed in the zones C and D, namely in the Cajada hollow, the Val Prampér and the Val Grisol, the areas around the former mining center of Valle Imperina, the Cordevole, Mis and Canzoi valleys, the areas around the Croce d'Aune mountain pass.
The transit of horses is allowed on many forestry roads. Below you can find the itineraries on forestry roads which can be completely or partially covered on horseback.