Going up to Paganella on foot or by cable car means finding not only fresh air and unforgettable landscapes, but also a world of activities for sport, leisure time, family and children.
Fresh air and unforgettable landscapes
The many mountain huts offer refreshment, relaxation and gastronomic delights to hikers, but also play areas for children and/or exhibitions and activities that take place throughout the summer season.
You can learn how to make cheese, feed the animals and observe the high mountain flora.
Cima Paganella, famous for its ski slopes and renowned ski area, is an inexhaustible resource even in summer, with numerous itineraries for walks, bike trails and refuges where you can take refreshment and enjoy Trentino's food and wine specialities.
The Dolomiti-Paganella area offers daily opportunities for exciting excursions and surprising scenery, unique in all of Trentino. For those who want to experience the thrill of the high mountains, they can reach the peak at an altitude of 2,125 metres comfortably via the lifts open throughout the summer season, or enjoy an excursion on foot along the vast network of paths and trails that start both from Andalo and Fai della Paganella and climb the slopes.
From Cima Paganella you can enjoy an unparalleled panorama in Trentino, with a 360° view of the Brenta Dolomites and Lake Garda in the foreground, but also of Val di Non, Valle dell'Adige and the Dolomite groups of Pale di San Martino, Latemar, Catinaccio and Sella.
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