Nestling in the Monte Corno nature park, Trodena offers a vast hiking network for your active holidays.

Idyllically located in the Monte Corno nature park, which by the way is one of the richest in species of the region, Trodena nestles together with its component villages Fontanefredde, Molini and San Lugano. Stretching from 719 to 1,836 m asl on a sun-drenched hiking terrace above the Adige river, you can inhale the spirit of nature right in the village. Forests as far as the eyes can see, crystal clear mountain torrents, lushly green alpine pastures and snugly mountain huts make hiking holidays a lasting experience in this place.

However, also in winter Trodena is a well-liked destination for vacations, not only due to the fact that the Passo d’Oclini and Val di Fiemme Obereggen skiing areas are within easy reach. Only a stone’s throw away you can also join the world’s largest ski carousel Dolomiti Superski. Those who prefer off-slope activities possibly might want to try snow-shoeing in the fairytale snow-covered landscape.

Our tip: the visitors’ centre of the Monte Corno nature park, hosted by an ancient mill, provides an insight into the flora and fauna and reveals some geological secrets, fascinating both adult and kids.

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    Trodena village

    The sunny village of Trodena is an ideal place for people seeking active holidays…
  2. Fontanefredde


    The village of Fontanefredde benefits from it idyllic and sunny position high above…
  3. Molini


    Molini, a small but mighty village belonging to Trodena, is an idyllic spot of land.
  4. San Lugano

    San Lugano

    The village of San Lugano belongs to Trodena and is located at the border to the…
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