So many alternatives and possibilities in Bellamonte!

Hiking in the mountains, trekking in the Dolomites, Nordic Walking, Alpine Rollercoaster, mountain biking and city biking on the cycle path, ski roll, adventure parks, educational farms, rock climbing, rafting, minigolf, horse riding, dog trekking and much more...

Near the campsite, just a few minutes' drive away, you will find the Giro d'Ali (halfway up the Lusia ski lift), a park for the whole family with sunbeds, a wooden gazebo for picnics, a Kneipp path and a massage station. For the little ones, there is an animated stream with interactive play stations, a raft ride on the pond with water-spitting birds, a search for gold with sieves, and water flow management at the mill and sluice gates. If you are not equipped for picnics, you can still enjoy excellent food at the two huts nearby (Il Bucaneve and La Morea) or climb a little further up to Chalet44!

For a holiday dedicated to nature, love of the environment and greenery.

Here you will find some hikes suitable for everyone:

The Malghe Tour

From Bellamonte take the SS50 in the direction of Passo Rolle, until you reach Paneveggio. There you can leave your car near the Forestry School. A few metres further on, take path no. 626, which reaches Malga Bocche in about an hour and a half. Along the path you can admire the views of the Lagorai chain and the succession of many well-kept farmsteads with fragrant woodpiles and pretty gardens. Once at the top you will find wide open spaces and a breathtaking panorama where the Pale di San Martino, the symbol of the area par excellence, stand out.

From here you can continue on path 623 for a while until a diversion to the left leads to Malga Lusia. Then retracing your steps and continuing on path 623, you arrive at Malga Canvere in 30 minutes.

If your legs can keep up, you can continue for another 45 minutes to the Lusia Refuge (2055m).

Once back at the car, cross the road and you will find the Paneveggio deer nature reserve, the violin museum and the MarciĆ² trail. This path leads you to discover the wonders of the forest thanks to the various information panels. Follow the path and cross the suspension bridge over the Travignolo river, from here the choice is yours. In fact, you will find a fork in the road that will take you on one side to continue along the forest, where you will find two more bridges, one almost at water level and the other with glass panels that will give you the unique sensation of seeing a river flow beneath your feet. If you choose the other road, on the other hand, you will arrive at the Paneveggio artificial lake with its majestic dam, an ideal place for picnics and fishing (you can ask our office where you can obtain the relevant permits).

Colbricon Lakes

From the large car park at Passo Rolle, take a dirt road southwards to the Albergo Sass Maor. From here go up the ski slope.

Almost at the top, leave the slope and continue on the west side, passing under the chairlift to reach Cavallazza Piccola, where there are three beautiful pools of water. Continuing on, you can decide whether to ascend to the left (there are also traces of old war trenches on the summit, as well as a wonderful panorama) or to continue towards the small Cavallazza lake and then the forcella.

From the forcella, continue along the path and climb up 100 metres of difference in height. When you reach the Cavallazza peak, it is advisable to stop and enjoy the panorama of the Pale di San Martino, San Martino di Castrozza and the Lagorai.

Descend from the summit on the western slope, towards the small Colbricon lakes along a steep and stony descent in places. In no time you burn 400 metres of altitude difference and reach the small lakes. Unavoidable stop and return along the path back to Malga Rolle