The Brenta Dolomites will provide the scenery to your Non Valley holiday at the Cavallino Bianco. These mountains are quite unlike anything else in the world, thanks to their geological structure that gives them their shape and stunning colours, The Brenta Dolomites are a true paradise for trekking enthusiasts.
The Dolomites in the summer
Via ferratas, mountaineering routes, and easy hikes for all: The Dolomites will not disappoint you. From the simplest of walks for the entire family to more challenging trails that wind through routes, passages and crevices, and even climbs for hardcore rock climbers, what is on offer is varied, but the panorama is always the same. It's simply breath taking! Do you love cycling? Well, you're in the right place to discover the Dolomites and the Non Valley by bike!
The Dolomites in winter
During the winter the landscape becomes more serene, covered by a white blanket of snow that creates an enchanted atmosphere. Whether you cover the forests with snowshoes, on your feet, following animal tracks, or reach the mountain peaks to then ski down the most beautiful slopes in Trentino, the Dolomites are sure to win you over even in the winter.
The Dolomites, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
As testament to the value of the natural landscapes and their geological and geomorphological significance, the Dolomites were recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2009. With nine mountain groups and a geological structure unique in all the world, it's an open-air museum you simply must see. It will not disappoint you, no matter the time of year.