Often we see the mountain as a place to go during the summer to escape from the sultry heat, or during the winter to enjoy the various sports, but we underestimate the charm of the so-called ‘half seasons’.
Val Gardena deserves to be visited also in Autumn, with landscapes so colorful and full of shades.
Autumn transforms the Val Gardena: from bright green it goes to red, orange, yellow and brown, without forgetting the dark green of the evergreens and the imposing rocky peaks of the Dolomites that appear with their gray.
1. Relax, quiet and autumn colors
In summer and winter Val Gardena is in the middle of tourism, but in autumn it is much quieter.
For mountain lovers this is an important detail, you have the ability to switch off, get away from the chaos and enjoy the silence without being disturbed.
Many people search for less known places just to take a moment of peace alone, but often in the summer this is not possible, finding tourists everywhere you go.
If you love walking, admire the landscape, relax with the sounds of nature, autumn is the perfect season, also the light is dimmer and the temperature is warmer.
2. Amazing landscapes to photograph
Even for photography lovers this season is more suitable, since there are fewer people around to disturb the shots, the light is better and makes the autumn colors even more beautiful, being able to appreciate all the nuances.
Brown, red, orange: autumn colors the woods and the mountain slopes in Val Gardena, covering the panoramas of a thousand shades, how can you resist from taking pictures?
The enchanting color spectrum of Val Gardena in autumn makes it the perfect destination for those who love landscape photography.
Thanks to the greater silence it is also more likely to have the opportunity to meet wildlife species in their habitat.
From September the larches needles turn yellow and the peaks of the Dolomites are tinged at sunset, contrasting with the clear blue sky.
In this period you can admire the phenomenon “Enrosadira”: the incredible breathtaking scenery of the ‘Burning Dolomites’ at sunset, when they take on shades from pink to red to purple.
This show is visible during all the year, but in autumn it is particularly accentuated, certainly not to be missed.
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