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North-west in Trentino, this valley is famous for its Golden Delicious apples and beautiful lakes, such as the Tovel Lake in the Adamello brenta Natural Park, and the Lake Smeraldo, where you can ice-skate in winter.
Useful Ski Info: The Non Valley ski area is relatively small compared to the nearby ones and perfect for beginners. Here you can practice downhill and cross-country skiing, as well as snow-shoeing in the woods. Predaia and Nevelandia are modern snow parks where kids can learn to ski while having fun.
Lifts and Slopes in Non Valley: 3 ski areas and 3 lifts, with 6 km (3 mi) of slopes. Slopes include 1 blu, 2 red, 2 black.
Ski pass Info: The Altipiani Monte Roen-Monte Nock-Predaia ski pass gives you access to the entire ski area.
Weather in Non Valley: Snow is guaranteed at high heights in this area, and slopes are open throughout the season thanks to snowmaking systems.
Foodies will be in heaven when they visit Val di Non; the region is famous for its uniquely rustic and hearty dishes. Food is fresh, rich and sourced directly from the area with local meats, cheeses and produce all playing a role at the table. Dumplings are common and can be made with cheese, spinach or other ingredients.
Locally grown apples feature heavily in regional dishes. The strudel and apple pie that can be found in the area will rival or even best what travelers expect to eat in Germany or Austria. However, this delicious fruit is also turned into jam, vinegar and juice that can be used in other recipes.
The Val di Non region has a rich history that is reflected in its towns, countryside and, of course, its beautiful castles. Some of these luxurious residences are still in use today, meaning that they are generally closed to the public.
However, Castle San Michele is open to visitors and is well worth the trip. The marvelous building first appears in records in 1191 A.D., but it may be much older. At one point, it was even owned by a Nobel laureate. Its stunning architecture includes a 25-meter-high tower that is sure to impress. Tucked away on a bit of rock, the castle and its surrounding grounds will delight and amaze you.
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