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Lake Molveno is second in extension and depth of the Trentino internal lakes. This stretch of water is suitable for swimming, and has an ters in incredible variety of colours.

It is 4.5 km long, 1.5 km wide and is 124 m deep at its deepest point.
What strikes the visitor on first seeing Lake Molveno is the
clarity of its water, which comes from the peaks of the Brenta chain and the slopes of Mount Paganella.

An extraordinary alternation of shades of blue and green attracts the eye and confounds the water and lakeside, almost as if the woods of maple, cornelian cherry, hazel nut and birch trees precipitate into the lake to cover its banks. The wealth of fish in Lake Molveno , natural habitat for perch, veined trout and brook trout, is the result of the care with which the local people have defended this ecosystem through the centuries.



Among the most famous peaks – powerful rocky faces and streamlined towers that create natural cathedrals – there is certainly the Campanil Basso: this is the Dolomiti di Brenta chain, in the heart of the Parco Naturale Adamello Brenta, a geological phenomenon of breath-taking beauty that overlooks the Altopiano della Paganella.


This spectacle of unique towers and peaks is ideal territory for high altitude trekking from mountain hut to mountain hut, or climbing on the imposing faces such as the Croz dell’Altissimo, Campanil Basso or Cima Tosa. The ‘vie ferrate’, such as the spectacular Via delle Bocchette, are exciting and evocative.

Adamello-Brenta Natural Park is the biggest protected area in Trentino, with the biggest variety of fauna in the alpine chain. It includes all mountain species, in particular the brown bear recently re-introduced to this area.


The park covers an area of 618 sq. km; it includes two large zones separated by Val Rendena, most of the mountain chain of Adamello-Presanella to the west and the entire chain of Gruppo di Brenta to the east. The granite chain of the Adamello-Presanella offers imposing peaks that rise to over 3000 metres a.s.l.

From the broad glaciers that hug the peaks spring impetuous waters that flow to the valley forming majestic waterfalls. Lakes are common and Lake Tovel is universally known for the blood-red colour of its wa summer.




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