Falcade and Passo San Pellegrino are two tourist resorts located between 1000 and 2500 metres above sea level in the heart of the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage. These two towns are starting stations for all sorts of hikes around the valley as well as high summit treks to marvel at the views of the surrounding rocky peaks: the Focobon group, the Cime dell’Auta, the Pale di San Martino, the Col Margherita and the Creste di Costabella.
Sports fans have a lot to choose from. There are geological trails, the vie ferrate (WWI cable supply routes) and plenty of cycling and mountain bike routes.
Nature lovers can admire fantastic views as they are carried to the summit with the lift facilities.
Kids will enjoy being outdoors in the open air, frolicking among pastures, streams, Alpine lakes, themed trails, play parks and mountain dairies, where they can learn about milk processing and interact with farm animals.
Moena and Val di Fassa are just a few minutes’ drive from Passo San Pellegrino, while on the Venetian side, around Falcade, Alleghe Lake and the Marmolada with its famous Museum of the Great War in Serauta are worth visiting.