Parco Naturale delle Dolomiti Friulane
The Parco Dolomiti Friulane is the largest regional park in the Friuli Venezia Giulia region: it extends over an 36,950 hectares area.
It was established in 1996 with the aim to preserve and exploit the natural geological heritage of the Friulian Dolomites system.
An uncontaminated environment where nature puts on a show and invites to plunge: the parco Dolomiti Friulane is a flap of paradise, a heritage of all humanity whose integrity is protected and preserved.
Inside it are the most important peaks of the UNESCO system: the Duranno group (2,652 m.), Cima Preti (2,706 m.), the Monfalconi (Cima Monfalcon 2,548 m.) and Mount Cridola (2,581 m.).
The flora and fauna heritage are remarkable: it stands out the presence of the golden eagle, an animal that nests only in environments with the highest degree of naturalness.