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Val Rendena is nestled in a natural landscape of unparalleled beauty, with the majestic Brenta Group to the east and the rocky, snow-covered peaks of the Adamello-Presanella Group to the west. The entire territory is Trentino’s most extensive protected area – the Adamello Brenta Nature Park, a true haven of biodiversity with hundreds of varieties of wild flora and fauna.
A mountain hike at the foot of these glaciers is an unforgettable experience. Throughout the trip, you find forests of beech and fir, green meadows, glacier lakes, clear streams, and spectacular waterfalls. Indeed, it is the glaciers of the Adamello-Presanella Group that provide the water for the spectacular Nardis and Lares waterfalls in the Val Genova valley.
The other valleys lead to equally stunning trails. the Carè Alto, at 3,463 meters (11,362ft), dominates over the S. Valentino and Borzago valleys, with the massive Mount Adamello in the background. On the Presanella side, Val Nambrone stretches narrow and wild towards the marvelous Cornisello lakes.
Other exceptional vistas make the Adamello and Presanella a stunning mountain group. At a height of 3,558m (11,673ft), Cima Presanella is Trentino’s highest peak. The glacier of the Adamello group is the most vast of Italy’s glaciers. It was the highest front during World War I and the theatre for the Great White War of Adamellina, and was visited on several occasions by Pope John Paul II, including the famous meeting with the Italian President at that time, Sandro Pertini, in 1984.
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