Val di Zoldo is a comune (municipality) in the Province of Belluno in the Italian region Veneto, located in the heart of the Unesco Dolomites. Geographically, it lies in the north-eastern part of Italy, close to the border of Austria and Slovenia.

Genuine, unspoilt nature, just a few kilometres from the main communication routes; wide-open spaces with a wealth of wildlife and lush vegetation, amid wild forests and large expanses of pasture, in the shadow of the elegant rock massifs of the Dolomites: welcome to the Val di Zoldo.

The mountains here offer the chance to venture into the spaces between the magnificent rocks close by, or explore huge, clear spaces, with lofty peaks in the distance, able to convey a sense of infinity and freedom, capable of instilling a deep breath.

In the summer, the valley is a delightful destination for high-altitude trekking trips on the Pelmo, Civetta and Moiazza, as well as the Spiz di Mezzodì, Tamer, San Sebastiano and Bosconero groups.

In the winter, the area attracts Alpine, downhill and cross-country skiers, snowboarders and mountaineers, as well as biathlon athletes, thanks to the new Palafavera platform. This is a paradise of fresh, powdery snow, also ideal for those seeking to discover unexplored itineraries on snowshoes, or simply looking to spoil themselves in the area’s warm, inviting restaurants and refuges.


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