Some of the signposts give information on the ornamental and natural vegetation. Conifers and plants are to be found along the way, and are labelled with their Latin, Italian and German names. A map indicates their country of origin. This walk is approximately 1.7 km long.
The park is situated in an exceptional position from the point of view of scenery. This path connects the many different panoramic vantage points. Some of the signposts indicate the location of most famous mountain peaks and the border regions. This walk is approximately 2 km long.
This easy walk has been created by connecting the most level and easy paths in the park. This walk is approximately 1.5 km long.
This is a short walk, located near the playground and is illustrated with signposts and illustrations of the story of the azalea. The purpose is for children to discover the significance of the azalea in an easy, interesting and funny way, and to bring them to this large park, which offers many other opportunities for enjoyment like the playground. This walk is approximately 250 metres long.
The path joins the sculptures of several contemporary artists that have been placed here and there in the Park; periodically other sculptures are added. By visiting the park you’ll be overwhelmed by the unique natural and decorative characteristics of the surrounding environment, including the grassy meadows at the Park’s summit.
The trail offers to all visitors a more careful and conscious way to explore nature, discovering forgotten sensations. The path, conceived around an experience based on sensory and emotional contact with nature, can evoke strong feelings and perceptions, creating joy and great involvement.