FELTRE MOUNTAIN GROUP | ITALY
The Feltre Mountain Group marks the regional border between the Trentino Alto Adige Region and Veneto Region. The mountain group seperates the Belluno vally in the south and Passo Cereda to the north, on the west are the foot hills of the Logorai Mountain Group and val di Mas on the east.
Even though the Feltre mountain group are just a few miles from the well developed flat lands of the Veneto Region, the mountains are not an abundance of trails and roads within the group. Also known as the Vette di Feltrine; the mountain group can be sub-divided into the Cimonega Peak, Erera Peak, and Brandol Peak. The Vette di Feltre and Mount Serva has been famous for their flora in the 18th century. The presence of rare plant species within a variety of natural environments is mainly due to the geographical position of the territory. The Park is situated on the edge of the South-eastern Dolomite's meaning it was not covered by the glaciers forming during the glacial periods of the Quaternary, the last of which disappeared about 10,000-12,000 years ago.
HOW TO GET TO THE FELTRE MOUNTAIN GROUP OF THE DOLOMITES
To reach the Feltre Mountain Group you can start your hike, bike, or drive from the cities of Fiera di Primiero, Feltre, Agordo, or Belluno. Regional Buses depart from Feltre, Trento, and Belluno which runs along the main roads. The nearest train station is Belluno.
OUTDOOR RECREATION IN THE FELTRE MOUNTAINS
BIKE TOURING THE FELTRE MOUNTAINS
ROCK CLIMBING IN THE FELTRE MOUNTAINS
HIKING IN THE FELTRE MOUNTAINS