Val di Fiemme
Val di Fiemme goes from the West to the East in the Eastern part of Trentino, along the river Avisio, affluent of the river Adige. It is delimited by the Dolomites: in the North by Latemar; in the East by Pale di San Martino; in the South by Lagorai.
You reach Val di Fiemme from Ora, driving the road 48 of the Dolomites – which carries on until Val di Fassa – or from Trento, driving the road that crosses Val di Cembra.
It is also connected to Valsugana (Manghen Pass), to Val d'Ega in Alto Adige (Lavazè Pass), to Primiero (Rolle Pass), to the province of Belluno (Valles Pass).
Val di Fiemme has 11 villages: Predazzo is the most populated and Cavalese is the administrative centre.
Its economy is mostly based on the winter and the summer tourism, on the handicraft activities, on the zootechny and on the forestry.
The woods of Val di Fiemme look like a real park and are mainly kept by “Magnifica Comunità di Fiemme”, an institution that boasts a millenarian tradition.