There are plenty of fun outdoor activities to do this summer in Bellamonte, in Val di Fiemme:

Exciting mountain excursions, mountain tours in the Dolomites, Nordic walking, Alpine roller coasters, MTB and city bikes on the cycle path, roller skis, high rope parks, farms with petting zoos, mountaineering and climbing, rafting, mini golf, horseback riding and much more...

... everything for a holiday in the middle of nature, to experience nature in a special way.

Here are some hiking tours suitable for everyone:


From Bellamonte take the SS50 towards Passo Rolle until Paneveggio. Here you can park your car near the Scuola forestale (Forestry school). Just a few meters away you take path 626 and after about 90 minutes you reach Malga Bocche.

Continuing along path 623, you come to a fork to the left that leads to Malga Lusia. When you come back, follow path no. 623 to Malga Canvere (about 30 minutes).

If your legs are strong enough, you can climb another 45 minutes and reach the Lusia hut (2055 meters).


From the large car park at Passo Rolle, take the gravel path heading south and reach Hotel Sass Maor. Then climb up the mountain on the slope.

Almost at the top, head west, mostly along the ridge. Then you leave the slope and, walking under the cable car, you reach Cavallazza Piccola, where you can see three beautiful small puddles of water. Then you can decide to keep left and go uphill (at the top there are still numerous First World War fortifications and from here you can enjoy a breath-taking panorama) or first reach Lake Cavallazza and then the "forcella".

From the "forcella" the path goes uphill and you have to overcome a height difference of 100 meters. Once you have reached the Cavallazza peak, it is advisable to take a break and enjoy the overwhelming panorama of the Pale di San Martino, the village of San Martino di Castrozza and the Lagorai chain.

From the top you have then to descend along the western ridge towards the Colbricon lakes. The path is partly quite steep and sometimes quite rocky. It doesn’t take long to go down (400 meters difference in altitude) and to reach the lakes. After a deserved rest, you can follow the path and get back to Malga Rolle.


Tante le attività giornaliere per scoprire la Val di Fiemme e il Trentino.