Parco Nazionale dello Stelvio
One of the oldest parks in Italy, the Stelvio National Park hosts about 2,000 floral species and a wide range of wild animals.
With its 1,306 km², the Stelvio National Park is one of the largest and most interesting protected areas in Europe. It covers the regions of South Tyrol, Lombardy and Trentino, where it is located in the valleys of Pejo and Rabbi.
The geographical centre of the protected area is Ortles Cevedale mountain range, the highest of historical Tyrol. The Park's wide extension grants a vast range of environment contexts, enriched by about 2,000 floral species and many different types of forests. While some of its areas are difficult to reach, others feature thick and varied conifer woods, vast plateaux, extensive pastures, Alpine lakes, wetlands, impervious rocky crests, glaciers. The co-existence of suche different ecological niches also favours the development of a large number of animal species.
RABBI VISITOR INFORMATION CENTRE - 0463 985190
Località Rabbi Fonti - 38020 Rabbi
PEIO VISITOR INFORMATION CENTRE - 0463 754186
Via Roma 28 - 38024 Cogolo di Peio
PEIO WILDLIFE AREA - 0463 753106
Località Runcal, Peio Fonti - 38024 Peio