Dolomiti Bellunesi National Park

The Park, which was established in 1988, covers an area of over 15,000 hectares and lies entirely in the province of Belluno. The Park is bounded by the Cismon river to the west and the Piave river to the east, the Maè river to the north and lower Agordino to the south. The mountain ranges in the Park include the Alpi Feltrine (Vette di Feltre, Cimonega, Pizzocco, Brendol, Agnelezze), Monti del Sole, Schiara, Talvéna, Prampèr and Spiz di Mezzodì. The silent beauty of these mountains enchanted Dino Buzzati, the writer, journalist and painter from Belluno, who described them in one of his works as "enigmatic, private, secret (...) able to move you for the stories they tell, their age-old atmosphere, their loneliness like that only found in the desert ". One place well worth a visit is the Mis Valley with the Soffia and Cadini del Brenton waterfalls. The Park can also be accessed from Valle di San Martino, Val Canzoi, Valle dell’Ardo and Val di Prampér. Visitors should not be put off by the wild nature of this land, as there are plenty of places of historical interest to visit, like the ancient complex of the Certosa di Vedana and the Valle Imperina mines. (several sources)

For more information, visit www.dolomitipark.it

Discover the Parkland’s Visitor Centres
“Il sasso nello stagno” Visitor Center
 
“Uomini di Valle Imperina” Visitor Center 
La Santina Environmental Education Center 
Campanula morettiana Botanic Garden 
Piero Rossi Cultural Center 
Al Frassen Lodge  
Croce d'Aune Information Point 
Pian d'Avena Info Point 
Candaten Picnic and Motorhome Area 
Val Falcina Info Point