In Alto Adige - Trentino region, the particular geological formation of the Dolomites Mountain group and the continuous pass of floating water and steams have shaped the underground format of the area, creating cavities and caves with an especially interesting character and with ample evidence of the past.
Trentino Region, in northern Italy, is a well known zone amongst the passionate fans of caving. The particular geological formation of the Dolomites Mountains and the continuous pass of floating water and steams have shaped the underground format of the area.
Monte Baldo mountain chain and its surrounding area, in Lake Garda, is the perfect open playground for winter mountain sports fans. From December until March, Monte Baldo offers to ski fans an amazing skiing season. The eastern slopes of the Mountain are more friendly for ski activities due to the surface conditions - it is less rocky. The most famous slope in the zone is the Prà Alpesina, a black marked run and fixed training point for many national championships as well as regional and national ski events.
Since 2010, the first and only one of its kind runway circuit for cars and kart on ice and/or snow is being operated in Parco Naturale di Cascatella, in Passo Brocòn, in Valsugana-Lagorai area, south-east of Trento, in north Italy. Each category has its own circuit.
The Dolomites group is famous mostly for the snow sport activities. However, here in Trentino of Alto Adige in northern Italy, among slopes, peaks and valleys, one sport is very popular, paragliding. Paragliding is one of the few sports here, that can be practiced throughout the year.