Promo - published on 11 April 2023
The Belluno Valleys
The marvellous valleys of the Belluno region await you with enchanting walking routes, cross-country skiing to discover the trails and refuges of unique ski slopes, and tastings of the flavours of the local culinary tradition and great chefs.
What are you waiting for?
Start experiencing the atmosphere of the 2026 Winter Olympics in magnificent territories just a few kilometres from the city of art of Treviso called ‘the garden of Venice’ and near the beautiful fortress city of Belluno.
An uncontaminated valley
Source: press office of the President of the Chamber of Commerce Treviso-Belluno|Dolomites
Visdende Valley represents the northernmost tip of the Veneto region and is characterised by a magnificent unspoilt landscape to be experienced in any season and from which you can see Mount Peralba (2694 m)
It is one of the few areas not yet reached by mass tourism, so you can enjoy days in total relaxation.
If you love sport or long walks:
Snowshoeing itineraries that differ in level of difficulty according to your needs: Forcella Zova (difficulty: easy); Tour of the Visdende mountain huts (difficulty: medium); Malga Chivion (difficulty: demanding).
For alpine skiing, on the other hand, we recommend 4 itineraries: Monte Peralba – Via Normale; Croda dei Longerin Sud; Cima Manzon and Passo del Mulo.
Have you never skied but would like to learn? Sappada Ski School is for you! You will find qualified ski instructors for all ages and levels!
But..do you like adventure and adrenaline instead? You must try climbing frozen waterfalls, specifically: Carpe Diem Waterfall.
Between one adventure and another, don’t forget to treat yourself to a few moments of relaxation with the good typical mountain food that you will find in every hut/hut, starting with polenta with mushrooms, soups, the exclusive Malga cheese, and much more.
We advise you, if you happen to be in the area, to take a short break at Rifugio Forcella Zovo.