Thanks to the rich environmental resources, Val di Sole is one of the most popular tourist destinations for mountain lovers: the Adamello Brenta Nature Park and the Stelvio National Park in fact offer many trails for trekking and Nordic walking, a long and quiet bike path and many trails for mountain biking extend the full length of the valley.

The historic Pejo Spa Terme di Rabbi and are particularly well known in Italy and abroad for the healing of their waters.

Of particular interest is, in Val di Sole, the offer of water sports, where Walnut is one of the most famous venues in the world for the practice of activities such as canoeing particularly adrenaline-kayaking, rafting (exciting descent through the waters of a river with a boat river), hydro-speed (the new system water swimming, using a special bob), canyoning on the Rio San Biagio (descent of a stream in gorge in some places even with harness and let down rope), the pointing (controlled pendulum jump) and tarzaning (canyoning acrobatic dry).

A new discipline that has taken place recently is the orienteering trails of varying difficulty even for the little ones.

A welcome change are also schools with twelve downhill trails of varying difficulty.

There are also an extensive network of trails for beginners and experienced trekking, as well as about 80 km route for Nordic walking thanks to the "Nordic Walking Route Val di Sole", which offers typical paths with fitness trails in summer and winter. Val di Sole valley world: five times the Val di Sole is dyed the color of the iris, confirming its vocation as a perfect backdrop for major sporting events. The canoe-kayak (1993), snowboarding (1999), bowling (2001), yet the canoe-kayak junior (2005) and finally the mountain bike in 2008 and 2016, launched the valley and its beauty on the international stage, and proposes it as ideal destination for an active holiday sensational.


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