Brenta Dolomites, Latemar-Catinaccio, Marmolada and Pale di San Martino
Trentino is home to four groups of the Dolomites: The Brenta Dolomites, Latemar-Catinaccio, Marmolada and Pale di San Martino. The Brenta Dolomites are entirely located on the territory of Trentino, in the Adamello-Brenta Natural Park and three others only partially, as they are located on the border with the neighboring provinces.
These mountains offer unique scenarios in the world and countless opportunities for skiers and mountaineers. The Latemar-Catinaccio, with the peak Torre di Pisa and the soaring Torri del Vajolet; the Marmolada, called the “Queen” of the Dolomites and its giant glacier; and finally, the Pale di San Martino, in the Paneveggio-Pale di San Martino Park.
There are many mountain huts and refuges where you can stop, rest, recharge your energy and start your adventure again. For example, the Passo Feudo Refuge, the starting point for the Torre di Pisa Refuge or the Gardeccia Refuge, a resting point along numerous itineraries in the Latemar-Catinaccio group. Or the Pedrotti Refuge on the Brenta Dolomites or the Rosetta Refuge and the scenic Segantini hut overlooking the Pale di San Martino.
Fototeca Trentino Sviluppo S.p.A. Foto di Gloria Ramirez, Daniele Lira, Federico Modica