This protected area offers a vast variety of natural resources
Image gallery: Puez-Odle nature park
The Puez-Odle nature park comprises an area of 10,703 hectares and is characterised by its geolocial diversity. In the west the nature park is bounded by Valle Isarco, in the north by Val Pusteria, the Val Badia in the east and Val Gardena in the south. The average altitude of the nature park is about 2,500 metres. This is where geologists feel right at home, as this nature park displays all rocksand crud layers which are typical for the Dolomites.
Badia, Corvara, Val di Funes, San Martino in Badia, S. Cristina, Selva and Ortisei are the localites comprised in this nature park. The most important peaks in the protected area are Sass Rigais, Sass de Putia, Psez de Puez, Sassongher and Cir mountain peaks.
Like in all nature parks, also in this area the protection of nature is of utmost importance. Therefor you should observe certain rules, for example no wheelers are permitted and picking flowers, mushrooms and minerals is strictly forbidden. Only in this way the ecosystem of the nature park can be protected.