A BRAND NEW EDUCATIONAL PATH IN PLAN DEI SARNACLI IN ANDALO!
Going through all the 13 stages of this free track with your children, you can experience the Adamello Brenta Natural Park in a figurative way.
Enjoy this wonderful experience together and admire this natural environment of rare beauty.
The path is not demanding. It is easy, short and has uphill and downhill sections. It takes about 1 hour.
The path is about 500 meters long.
The path of the Sarnacli Mountain Park is not suitable for strollers or for wheelchairs.
Some of the activities can only be used by older children.
Sarnacli Mountain Park can be visited during the day, it is not illuminated. It is free and open all year round.
In winter it is not recommended because the area is usually covered by snow.
HOW TO GET there?
Loc. Plan dei Sarnacli can be reached by car (narrow but paved road); or on foot from the center of Andalo following via Pradel and the indications to Chalet Plan dei Sarnacli and Madonna di Loreto.
In summer (from mid-June to mid-September) the route is also covered by the tourist train that leaves from Piazza Dolomiti (info train: Andalo Vacanze Info Point Piazza Dolomiti 3339953348)
On foot it can also be reached from Maso Cadin - Andalo following the Via Crucis. With the stroller, it is a little demanding.
It can also be reached on foot from Maso Pegorar (just above Andalo Life) by following the magnificent Pegorar path that crosses the gorges with bridges to reach Plan dei Sarnacli. It is not suitable for strollers.
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