Predazzo in the Val di Fiemme
Predazzo is in the far northeast corner of the Val di Fiemme, at 1,000 meters above sea level. It is the last town in the valley, on the border with the Val di Fassa where the rivers Avisio and Travignolo meet. With more than 4,000 inhabitants it's the most highly populated town in the Val di Fiemme.
Predazzo is the kingdom of geology: here you'll find the Dolomite Geological Museum which houses an extraordinary collection of mineral rocks and fossils. In addition, the geological trail Doss Capel on the Alpe di Pampeago offers a perfect opportunity to admire beaches, seabed remains and fossils of aquatic animals.
In summer you can go hiking or mountain biking, you can practice Nordic walking and climbing, go horse riding and much more. In winter it becomes a paradise for skiing and snowboarding: near here, in fact, are the ski resorts of Alpe Lusia and the Latemar Ski Center. Not far from the town is the cable car Predazzo-Gardonè. Also very famous is the Centro del Salto, ski jump center built for the World Championships in Nordic skiing in Stalimen. These ski jumping slopes are still used for international competitions and team training.