The Visitor Center of Paneveggio Pale di San Martino Nature Park hosts a small museum on the Paneveggio spruce forest and on the most representative animals of the area, including deer and grouse.
Paneveggio is well known for its flora quality and has a long tradition in managing and preserving it. For this reason, it is famous throughout Europe for the quality of its timber production.
Now known to its visitors as the Violins’ Forest, the Paneveggio forest is known for the quality of the resonance of its fir trees, used by luthiers in the past.
The world wide famous luthier Antonio Stradivari from Cremona used the “sonorous” firs of Paneveggio and Fiemme Valley. Stradivari seems to have visited these areas on an annual basis, in order to choose the best pieces for crafting his famous violins.