Place of Interest
Alleghe and the Civetta
Ski resort in the Agordino Valley
Alleghe offers its visitors abeautiful mountain lake and the rock formations of the Civetta. The excellent location at the foot of the Civetta, together with the ski area and ice rink, make Alleghe the largest ski resort in the Agordino Valley. The small town attracts skiers from all over the world and enjoys increasing popularity. Even in summer, hikers and climbers on the nearby Marmolada and Civetta group will find an excellent variety of activities. The San Biago parish church of Alleghe itself is the oldest building in the valley and an important pilgrimage destination in the Dolomites. On the opposite side of the lake you can take in the famous Civetta view of the Lago di Alleghe, the town itself and the Civetta mountain range.
Lake and mountain region around Alleghe
TheLago di Alleghe is relatively new and was created after a massive landslide in 1771, which resulted in the damming of the lake. The landslide trail can still be seen today very clearly. Directly above the lake stands the elongated mountain range of the Civetta (3220 m). Many climbing and mountain climbing routes lead through the mountain range. The Civetta skiing area provides sufficient well-prepared slopes in the winter. On the other side of the Civetta is the Zoldano Valley, which is well known for its ice cream. Not far away from Alleghe are two other mountain ranges: the Marmolada and the Monte Pelmo, which offer many fantastic opportunities for sports enthusiasts.