The range of Lagorai extends on a length of 70 km between Mount Panarotta and Passo Rolle. South from the Lagorai, there is the Valsugana and north of it the Val di Fiemme Valley; west and east we find the Cembra Valley and the Primiero and Vanoi Valleys.

The rocks of the Lagorai are mostly composed of porphyry, consisting primarily of quartz and Orthoclase.

The area is of great natural and scenic value. In the northern part of the massif, around Monte Colbricon, Cavallazza and Passo Rolle, there we find the Nature Park Paneveggio-Pale di San Martino. Here you can find rare species of birds.

The area has retained its wild nature and human interventions are minimal. There are no cable cars. The Manghen Pass is the only passage that connects the Valsugana Valley and the Val di Fiemme Valley. In winter you can discover the Lagorai on your skis and practice alpine skiing on challenging climbs like Cima Cece.

Also in summer there are many possibilities for hiking tours and excursions! The most impressive one might be the Translagora. It winds itself more than 50 km from Panarotta up to Passo Rolle and follows the old trenches from the First World War.

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