The villages of the park
The area of the Friulian Dolomites Natural Park is very extended and includes the mountain territories of several municipalities. The best way to visit the Friulian Dolomites Natural Park is to reach one of its villages and start to know peculiarities and territory. The stay will be unforgettable: besides visiting thematic exhibitions, ethnographic museums and visitors centers you can practice all kinds of mountain sports: running, canyoning, hiking, climbing, bouldering, mountaineering, hiking with snowshoes. It is also an area rich in historical, ethnographic and anthropological aspects that can be known together with the delicacies of local dishes and welcoming hospitality typical of the mountain villages. The versatility of the territory, which combines wild corners with peaceful areas, makes the stay in the Friulian Dolomites Natural Park suitable both for families, that here can spend pleasant weeks full of natural well-being, and for adventurous explorations in search of adrenaline.
The Friulian Dolomites Natural Park is included in the mountain area above the high Friuli- Venetian plain.
The protected area extends from the province of Pordenone to that of Udine, embracing Valcellina, the Upper Tagliamento Valley and the territories converging towards Val Tramontina.
Connected to the Friulian Dolomites Natural Park and also managed by it there is also the nearby Natural Reserve of the Cellina Gorge, significant and spectacular engraving that the Cellina stream has dug in the limestone layers between Barcis, Andreis and Montereale before its outlet in the high plains of Friuli .
The villages involved are the following:
The area of the Friulian Dolomites Natural Park:
- Andreis (PN)
- Cimolais (PN)
- Claut (PN)
- Erto e Casso (PN)
- Forni di Sopra (UD)
- Forni di Sotto (UD)
- Frisanco (PN)
- Tramonti di Sopra (PN)