Discover the itineraries of “accessible nature”
the location “accessible nature”Over the years, the Adamello-Brenta Nature Park, together with ANFFAS, Accademia della Montagna, the local tourism boards and tourist associations, and the other entities involved, have established a series of itineraries of “accessible nature” with the goal of enabling truly everyone, even those with disabilities (including blindness and other physical disabilities), to access many of the most beautiful areas within the park and experience them to the fullest.
deeper sensory experiencesIn addition to removing the physical obstacles and increasing the safety of the trails, there are experimental itineraries such as the “Nudole” trail in Val Daone where we are working to provide visitors with deeper sensory experiences for all five senses. And many of the rest areas are equipped with facilities for various needs, as well as information posted in braille so that everyone can learn more about the area’s natural beauty.
For a complete description of the areas dedicated to accessible nature, see the related section of the park’s website at
These are the itineraries currently available:
- “Un sentiero per tutti – Nudole” Val di Daone
- Malga Ritort – Madonna di Campiglio
- Lungolago Molveno
- Tre tappe in Val Genova
- I gioielli della Val di Tovel
- Sentero Patascoss-Nambino
Finally, we would like to point out that, in all valleys within the park, properly marked vehicles with a disabled individual on board can access parking areas free of charge (no booking required) that include dedicated disabled parking spaces, a benefit that is particularly important during the high season.