Andalo Life Park lies on a wide grassy area at the far end of Andalo, close to the shore of the peculiar Karst Lake of Andalo, whose water appears and disappears during the year.
On the background of Andalo Life Park, 130,000 square meters of greenery, there are the stunning Brenta Dolomites, UNESCO world heritage.
UNESCO praises the Dolomites’ natural jewels for their extraordinary beauty and their specific geographical features. The Dolomites comprise beautiful mountain landscapes, with vertical walls and sheer cliffs; they are also scientifically praised for their glacial landforms and karst systems.
The Dolomites’ Brenta Group extends to nine Dolomite groups for a total area of 142,000 hectares, plus a buffer area of an additional 85 hectares for a total of 231,000 hectares across five provinces: Trento, Bolzano, Belluno, Pordenone, Udine.
Andalo Life Park’s green area offers many hiking trails, natural paths and itineraries through the amazing Adamello Brenta Nature Park.
Adamello Brenta Nature Park is the largest protected area of Trentino. Its fauna is among the richest of the Alps and includes all animal species, which find their habitat on these mountains: such as the bear (recently re-introduced in this area) and the steinbock. The Park is located in the western part of Trentino Province, and it includes Adamello and Brenta mountainous groups, divided by Rendena Valley and bordered by Non Valley, Sole Valley and Giudicarie Valley.
The Adamello Brenta Nature Park’s environment is very diversified, it goes from 400 meters to 3,500 meters AMSL. Very rich in water, the Park has over 50 lakes, the Adamello glacier which is one of the largest glaciers in Europe, and many waterfalls. One of these lake is the Tovel lake, notably renown for the red colour its water used to have.