"The environment in which we live was not inherited from our fathers, but borrowed from our children."
Feeling responsible for living in a natural environment, satisfying the needs of the present without compromising the future balance, is the best way to promote and practice tourism, allowing you to enjoy the unspoiled areas, admiring and experiencing nature and minimizing the environmental impact.
In this we have been asked to commit ourselves by UNESCO, which on 26.06.2009 declared the Dolomites a present and future World Heritage Site!
This is therefore the principle with which we try to live nature in our country, so as to reconcile sport and fun with the delicate environmental balance: from the protection of the habitat of animals, even those who had disappeared and who slowly return to live in our woods (the lynx, the bear, the wolf...) to the respect of the most delicate plants and even considered "new discoveries" such as the Gentiana Brenta.
We are aware of the important role that we play in the territory in all this.
To keep the landscape intact, to prevent pollution and to minimize our environmental impact as much as possible, we do not just need to comply with the legislation in force. In addition to the technical approach linked to the improvement of environmental aspects, there are two issues that are of crucial importance to us: the motivation of our staff and communication with our customers.
By training our employees in their specific role in achieving our environmental improvement goals, we aim to optimise our internal management.
Through the communication to our customers, thanks to the collaboration with the Adamello Brenta Natural Park, we want to spread a more and more conscious environmental culture, in order to encourage the respect and protection of an extraordinary but also very delicate territory.