If you are looking for relaxation, clean air, walks in the woods, mountain-biking and stops for tasty breaks among high altitude refuges, then the Biois Valley is the destination most suited to you. The towns of Canale d’Agordo, Cencenighe Agordino, Falcade and Vallada Agordina are immersed in an extraordinary nature and are surrounded by world-famous Dolomite peaks such as the Pale di San Martino and the Focobon, the Marmolada and the Cime d’Auta, and in the background the Civetta and Monte Pelmo. So what more could you ask for?
Walks and Trails at a height for all tastes and difficulties! Test yourself on Falcade on the route dedicated to the English officer Bill Tilman, about 200 kilometres that tell the tragedy of global conflicts and that unite the Dolomites with the Prealps. You can go along the route of the ancient “iàl” in Cencenighe, large spaces made in the woods once used for Charcoal Kilns. Canale d'Agordo, the birthplace of Albino Luciani (Pope John Paul I) is a treasure trove of spirituality, faith and beauty.
The Biois Valley falls within the Trevalli Ski Area (27 lifts with programmed snowmaking systems) and also in the Dolomiti Superski (1,200 km of slopes, just one ski pass). Emotions continue with snowboarding, narrow skis, snowshoes, ice climbing, horse-drawn sleigh rides, carving, telemark, outings in snowmobile, ice skating.