Geographic Area

Dolomiti Bellunesi National Park

The Dolomiti Bellunesi National Park was born in order to protect a territory of extraordinary value on account of its scenery and natural habitat. The presence of rare species and an exceptional variety of natural surroundings is due to its geographical location.The Park, in fact, is on the edge of the south eastern Alps, in very steep areas free from ice during the Ice Age glaciation: which ended 10 – 12, 000 years ago.

The Park is entirely situated in the Veneto region in the province of Belluno. Val di Zoldo is one of the municipalities of Belluno which has part of its territory included within the Dolomiti Bellunesi National Park.

From the Feltre summits to Schiara, the Park pushes northwards to touch both Agordino and Zoldano. In Val di Zoldo, Val Pramper contributes greatly to the beauty and attractiveness of the Park, with its typical Dolomites charm. The most striking panorama is the group from Prampèr and Mezzodì. The summits of Moschesin/Gardesana complete the picture. The high plateau of Pramperet and Prà della Vedova are particularly beautiful but so are the nearby valleys which are witness to an almost incontaminated nature. The No. 1 High Dolomites route (Alta via) runs along this territory which links up the lake of Braies to Belluno: coming from the Val Prampèr in the direction of the Tamèr - S.Sebastiano group heading towards Talvena passing right through Val Prampèr.

Main summits
Schiara (m 2565), Sass de Mura (m 2550), Talvéna (m 2542), Castello di Moschesin (m 2499), Prampèr (m 2409), Paviòne (m 2335), Spiz di Mezzodì – Spiz nord (m 2302).

Main rivers and streams
Cordévole, Mis, Caoràme, Stién, Falcìna, Ardo, Vescovà, Prampèra.

Municipalities concerned
The territories of 15 municipalities are included within the Park: Sovramonte, Pedavena, Feltre, Cesiomaggiore, San Gregorio nelle Alpi, Santa Giustina, Sospirolo, Sedico, Belluno, Ponte nelle Alpi, Longarone, Val di Zoldo, La Valle Agordina, Rivamonte and Gosaldo.

Over 1400 vascular species including some which are rare and of considerable bio-geographical interest.

All the alpine species are well represented (ungulates, tetraonids, rapacious). 115 species of birds that nest in the Park, 20 species of reptiles and amphibians, at least 100 different species of butterfly. The population of deer, roe deer, chamois and mouflons is rich. Interesting invertebrate fauna with the presence of endemic species. Reported in recent years, the spontaneous return of specimens of lynx, wild cat and bear.


It is the Campanula di Moretti (Campanula morettiana), a species endemic to the Dolomites, with beautiful brightly coloured violet flowers (from mid-July), which often grows on the damp rocks of the Park at an altitude of 1000 – 12000 metres.

Responsibility of the State Forestry Corps (Corpo Forestale dello Stato) through the Territorial Coordination for the Environment (Coordinamento Territoriale per l'Ambiente). Command posts at Pian d'Avéna, Candàten, Longarone and Sospirolo.

The Dolomiti Bellunesi National Park was established by a Ministerial Decree on 20th April 1990. The Park which manages the protected area came into being on 12th July 1993 with a decree signed by the President of the Italian Republic.

Roughly 32.000 hectares, 16.000 of which make up 8 natural reserves which belong to the network of biogenetic reserves and managed by the Forestry Corps.

Experience the Zoldo Valley
Discover year-round activities in the Dolomites from Val di Zoldo
Escursioni guidate


Immersi nel bosco invernale...escursioni avventurose nella magia delle montagne di Zoldo.

Ciaspolate facili per famiglie

Escursioni facili nel bosco alla scoperta delle tracce degli animali selvatici e dei candidi paesaggi.

Ciaspolate sotto le stelle

Nel silenzio della montagna, nel silenzio della sera, un’escursione sotto le stelle con cena in un accogliente rifugio.


With the trekking stroller to Rifugio Città di Fiume

Difficulty: Easy
Time: 50 min
Altitude: 1918 m
Difference in height: 243 m

With the trekkking stroller on the "Hay road"

Difficulty: Easy
Time: 1 h
Altitude: 1334 m
Difference in height: 78 m

The hay road

Difficulty: Easy, for families
Time: 1 h 15 min
Altitude: 1.381 m
Difference in height: 78 m

With the trekking stroller to the Talamini refuge

Difficulty: Easy
Time: 2h 30 A/R
Altitude: 1586 m

To the source of the Maé - Le Palanche

Difficulty: Easy, for families
Time: 1 h
Altitude: 1.445 m
Difference in height: 57 m

The Moschesin round-trip trekking route

Difficulty: Intermediate
Time: 4 h (6 h e 30 min senza navetta)
Difference in height: 400 m (800 m senza navetta)


Val di Zoldo is waiting for you


The classic trekking route across the Civetta

Difficoltà: Intermediate
Tempo di precorrenza: 7 h (8 h senza navetta/seggiovia)
Quota: 2.219 m
Dislivello: 700 m (1000 m senza navetta/seggiovia)

With the trekking stroller to Mas di Sabe

Difficoltà: Easy
Tempo di precorrenza: 30 min (A/R - total time)
Quota: 1465 m
Dislivello: 44 m

The tour of "Mas"

Difficoltà: Easy - for families
Tempo di precorrenza: 2 h 10 min
Quota: 1.473 m
Dislivello: 325 m

The waterfall and the Alpine lake "Al Vach".

Difficoltà: Easy, for families
Tempo di precorrenza: 3 h
Quota: 1.361 m
Dislivello: 381 m

The Alta via Dolomiti Bellunesi

Difficoltà: E; EE; EEA
Tempo di precorrenza: 7 giorni/days
Dislivello: + 6100 m - 6370 m
Upcoming Events and Manifestations in Val di Zoldo

Fagaré cross

September 15th 2024


Mosè Andrich's piano concerto

14th July | 11th August | 8th September 2024
altre date

Festival dei Sapori e Mestieri della Val di Zoldo 2024

22nd June | 13th July | 28th July | 10th August | 25th August | 7th September | 15th September 2024


1st September 2024