A mountain massif in the west of Trento.
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The Paganella mountain massif is situated in the west of the chief city of the Trentino and is made up of an elevated plain and several peaks. The mountain massif extends from the northeast to the southwest and is bounded by the Valle dell’Adige, the Valle dei Laghi, the Valli Giudicarie and Lake Molveno.
The Paganella mountain massif is above all popular for the skiing area, which includes the localities of Fai della Paganella and Andalo.
The mountain massif offers a vast network of hiking paths, where you can enjoy a perfect view on the opposing Brenta Dolomites as well as the Valle dell’Adige and Lake Garda.
The main localities in the area of the Paganella are Molveno, Andalo and Fai della Paganella.
Highest peak: Roda (2,125 m)
Major peaks: Spaloti di Fai, Becco di Corno, Annetta, Vettorato