Natural Park of Paneveggio and Pale di San Martino
The Natural Park of Paneveggio and Pale di San Martino was established by the Autonomous Province of Trento in 1967. It is spread over the territory of the districts of Tonadico, Siròr, Canal San Bovo, Predazzo, Moena, Mezzano, Imèr, Sagron Mis and Transacqua and covers an area of 19,711 hectares.
The beautiful Dolomites of the Pale di San Martino Group and the Lagorai chain lie in the Park's territory. Here too are found most of the spruce forests of the Val di Fiemme, renowned for the high quality of their timber.
The Park is also home to numerous animal species, like deer, roe, fox, squirrels, ground hogs and badgers: a true nature's paradise!
The Park has four official headquarters: the visitors center of Villa Welsperg in Val Canali (which houses also the administrative headquarters), the visitors center of Paneveggio, the visitors center of San Martino di Castrozza and the visitors center of Prà de Madègo in Valle del Vanoi.