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Val di Sole offers a wealth of trekking and climbing routes, with landscapes and mountains that climb up from the 700 metres of the valley bottom to the 3700 m of the highest peaks.

There are three main groups of mountains around the valley: the Ortler Alps to the north, Adamello – Presanella to the west and the Brenta Dolomites to the south-west. There are also two protected areas: the Stelvio National Park and the Adamello Brenta Natural Park


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