Festival Mistero dei Monti

In Madonna di Campiglio and Val Rendena, from 22nd  July to 23rd  August, is held a festival at high altitude not to be missed! The festival is called "Mistero dei Monti" - Happy Birthday Mountain and aims to celebrate with different events the wonderful mountain chain of the Dolomites.

The UNESCO World Natural Heritage this year celebrates the 150th of a series of major events such as the first crossing of the Brenta Dolomites by John Ball, academic, botanist, glaciologist on 22nd August 1864 accompanied by a mountain guide of Molveno, Bonifacio Nicolussi.

In the same year, on the front of the Val Genova, the explorer Freshfield will rise to the highest peak in the first group, the Presanella. A few days later Lieutenant Julius Payer Bohemian conquer the peaks of the Adamello. During the festival, participants will have the opportunity of pausing to reflect on the ancient and modern travelers and climbers.

Not only music for the festival, but also film screenings, meetings with famous guests, theater and nature tours. Various events will be held at Madonna di Campiglio and surroundings in shelters, huts and other cultural buildings. The event will kick off on Tuesday, 22nd July in Campiglio with "Dublin-Bocca di Brenta. John Ball observer ", a tribute to the first crossing of the Brenta Dolomites by John Ball.

More information about the program: here!

Farther information:

Tourism Association
Madonna di Campiglio, Pinzolo, Val Rendena
Tel 0465 440404

© Fototeca Azienda per il Turismo Madonna di Campiglio Pinzolo Val Rendena

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