Dolomiti di Brenta / Brenta Dolomites
The Brenta Group (known in Italy as Dolomiti di Brenta) in Northern Italy is a complex mountain range made up of high dolomite and limestone peaks; it belongs entirely to the Trento province. Most consider it part of the Italian Dolomites, but geographically it belongs to Alpi Retiche Meridionali (Central Alps). Its boundaries are 4 valleys: on the northern side Val di Sole, on the eastern side Val di Non and the Paganella plateau, on the southern side the Giudicarie, and on the western side Val Rendena.This group is a true paradise for climbers. You can spend here many summer weeks climbing one fine route after another: difficulties up to extreme, drops up to 900 m. And, of course, the best place (I think) in the whole Alps for hikers that like "empty" spaces. Very exposed "ferrate" are waiting for the enjoyment of all those who are not giddy.