The municipality of Tre Ville was established on 1 January 2016 when the municipalities of Ragoli, Preore and Montagne were merged.
Geographically, the Montagne area is on the ridge of the Brenta group and, more specifically, the Sabión-Tóv subgroup. This mountain chain of moderate altitude is particularly rich in woods, meadows and panoramic views. Its highest peak is Dòss del Sabión, a historic viewpoint which can also be reached using the cable lifts from Pinzolo.
Running south along the ridge, after the classic terrace of Malga Movlina, we come to the group’s second summit, Monte Tóv, the highest point of Valle di Manéz. The stunning panoramic viewpoint of Tóv is connected to a branch that culminates in Cima Durmónt, close to Passo Daone, while the main watershed ends near Ragoli, with the last slopes of Monte Scàricle
VALLE DI MANÉZThe environs of Valle di Manéz are well suited to easy, relaxed walks, offering explorers routes along the crest with unrivalled views of the surrounding area. The Val Manéz area, which lies entirely within land belonging to the "Regola di Spinale e Manéz” — a community born in 1377 which manages the combined assets of meadows, woods and real estate, with the proceeds used for community purposes — also falls partly within the Adamello Brenta Nature Park.
CORT, LARZANA AND BINIOMontagne is made up of the three historic settlements of Cort, Larzana and Binio, at altitudes of 825, 1,004 and 1,079 metres respectively. The houses of the three hamlets, arranged along terraces in sunny positions, have all the characteristic elements of the mountain architecture typical of Giudicarie.
The village as a whole, which is free from the flows of mass tourism, is peaceful, isolated and sun-kissed, ideal for relaxing stays in a practically unspoiled setting. It does not have classic holiday facilities to offer tourists, but can act as a starting point for picturesque walks through cool forests of fir trees and green meadows, or for more challenging mountain hikes. Its relative vicinity to the valley floor and nearby holiday resorts can, in some way, make up for the lack of a more traditional tourist set-up.
PASSO DAONEAfter the village of Montagne, beyond the hamlet of Binio, the provincial road from Preore takes drivers to Passo Daone (1,300 m), where there is a hotel/lodge offering refreshments and overnight stays. The pass is an ideal site for walks in the woods, mushroom-picking and excursions. The paved road continues with a descent into Val Rendena, towards Fisto (Spiazzo).
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