Val di Sole has the highest peaks in Trentino. Lots of them reach more than 3000 metres, and there are lots of landscapes to discover. Val di Sole is surrounded by three different mountain ranges.
First, there are the Brenta Dolomites, a World Heritage site. The mountains are made of Dolomia, a sedimentary rock where you can still find fossils, bearing witness to the fact that they were under the sea millions of years ago. You'll find yourself facing a great fortress of this rock, with turrets, towers and soaring spires to take your breath away. This is the place for true mountaineering and the iron ways.
Then there's the hard, compact, igneous tonalite rock which gives the Adamello and Presanella peaks their massive shape and rows of sharp crests. Tonalite is also impermeable, and there are 48 enchanting lakes, spectacular waterfalls and rushing streams in the Adamello landscapes, where water is never far away.
To the north, there's the Ortles-Cevedale chain in Stelvio National Park, with its snow fields and glaciers, and many peaks over 3,500 metres. This is a place where eagles rule the skies - you can see them in the Park logo, but you'll very probably see real ones too.
What you think? There's something here for all tastes. Put your trust in the professional skills and experience of the mountain guides from the Val di Sole Rafting Centre in Dimaro, who offer tradition, respect for the mountain domain, and all the adventure you want, without compromising on safety.
This is what you'll get from your guide when he explains the mountains to you. He's a fully trained professional, who knows the history of the area and has mastery of all the technical skills. He'll let you into some of the secrets of the mountains and how to climb them.
The mountain guides from the Val di Sole Rafting Centre in Dimaro will help you understand all the aspects of the mountain and select the excursion and activity that best suits your interests and guarantees your safety.
Discover the high peaks with a mountain guide in Trentino.
Trust in the professional experience and skills of a mountain guide to discover the peaks over 3000 metres.