The Zoldo valley formed by the Maè river is located in northern Veneto in middle of the Belluno Dolomites. The area is bordered by the Cordevole valley to the west and the Boite valley to the northeast. The modest sized Val di Zoldo is frequented by resonable amonts of tourists. It is about twenty kilometers long and 10 kilometers wide, but gives a complete picture of the nature and morphology of the Dolomites.

The Val di Zoldo is determined by two fundamental characteristics: on the one hand the “Dolomite character” of its mountains and on the other hand the undisturbed environment. Thus, this area stands out clearly from the other Dolomites, which are already heavily frequented by tourism activities in many areas.

General information

Height above sea level of the main settlement:: Zoppè di Cadore (1,460 m)
Highest point: 3,220 m (Cima Civetta)
Resident population in the municipality: 3,799

Hamlets

  • Val di Zoldo mit seinen 37 Frak­tio­nen (Ge­meinde­sitz: Fusine)
  • Cibiana di Cadore
  • Zoppè di Cadore

Mountain range

  • Belluneser Dolomiten

Main peaks

  • Cima Civetta (3.220 m)
  • Pelmo (3.168 m)
  • Sasso di Bosconero (2.468 m)
  • Cima Pramper (2.409 m)
  • Tamer Grande (2.547 m)