A succession of pastures, hills, mountains, vaj (canyon) combined with an immeasurable number of archaeological, prehistoric, historical, cultural sites and a natural beauty unique in the world for its origin and conformation. This large area of inestimable natural value, covering approximately 10,000 hectares, was established as a regional park in 1990.
The park boasts a fauna and flora typical of the pre-alpine areas of Northern Italy. You can admire beech, oak, chestnut, spruce, and also mountain pine and rhododendron. Among the flowers, the wild orchid, 'Venus' slipper', proudly plays its role as queen. There are numerous deer, roe deer, chamois, marmots and foxes that can be seen near the high pastures. And if you look up you will frequently see the golden eagle, the peregrine falcon and the black grouse fly over in search of prey. Then there is also black grouse, grouse, hawks and snow buntings. The recolonisation of the wolf in Lessinia is recent, the Slavc and Juliet couple have reconstituted a regularly monitored, presence of great natural and scientific interest.