The Monte Corno Nature Park, the southernmost and lowest nature park in South Tyrol with its four interpretive nature trails, is situated between 300 m and 1,700 m a.s.l.
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Covering an area of 6,851 hectares, the Monte Corno - or Trudner Horn - Nature Park includes the five municipalities of Anterivo, Montagna, Egna, Salorno and Trodena. The protected area is bordered to the north by the Val di Fiemme valley (Trentino), to the south-east by the Val di Cembra valley (Trentino) and to the west by the Valle dell'Adige between Egna and Salorno. The nature park owes its name to the Monte Corno, a 1,781 m high peak in the Fiemme Mountains.
Due to its geographical position and the sub-Mediterranean climate the protected area features the most biodiverse flora and fauna of all nature parks in South Tyrol. The building of an old electric mill in Trodena houses the Monte Corno visitor centre, whereas the second information point can be found in Cauria, a small mountain village in the municipal area of Salorno. Four theme paths make you discover the wonderful natural landscape of the Monte Corno Nature Park: the Trodena Legend Trail, 2 km long, and the Anterivo Legend Trail, featuring eight stations - both are popular destination for families -, as well as the Casignano Circular Trail which leads past the "Kanzel" viewpoint, and the Kneipp recreational space "Sandegg" in Anterivo.
Founded in: 1980
Surface: 6,851 hectares
Altitude difference: 1,571 m
Area: southern part of South Tyrol
Visitor centre: in Trodena, further information point in Cauria