Bellamonte, hamlet of Predazzo, was considered “the mount of hay” of Val di Fiemme. Nowadays it is a renowned resort thanks to both the typical mountain huts at the foot of the mountain chain of Lagorai, and for the breathtaking sunsets that inflame the marvellous mountains Pale di San Martino. One of the right places to visit in Bellamonte is the incredible collection of tools and objects that farmers used to use in the past – the ancient hut hosting Granpa Gustavo’s Museum.
The ski lifts Bellamonte-Alpe Lusia caress the borders of the Natural Park Paneveggio-Pale di San Martino, famous for the forests of spruces, the “resonance tree” used to manufacture the soundboards of musical instruments.
In the narrow hamlet of Paneveggio, you can learn many interesting things at the Visitor’s Centre of the Park, then say hello to deer in their reservation, walk along the botanical path, cross a transparent bridge and a suspension bridge. The closest routes of the Park, if compared to Predazzo, are to Forte Dossaccio and Colbricon, known for the two little lakes which are perfectly embedded between rows of rhododendrons.