Ziano di Fiemme is a renowned town at 955 meters above sea level along the dolomite road between Tesero and Predazzo, at the foot of Mount Pizzancae above Mount
For hikers from Ziano you can climb up to the Gorge Sottosasso, the Fountain of Marta, the Alta Via of Val Bonetta, Cima La Porta or Lakes Aie from Zanolin for Val Cavelonte and the malghe Toazzo and Litegosa. The more adventurous and well prepared can try the ascent of the "via ferrata" (iron roads) Attilio Sief that reaches the 1450 meters of Punta Polse, where you can enjoy a beautiful view on the Fiemme Valley and the peaks of the Lagorai.
An interesting route is the one that leads to the summit of Mount Cauriol to 2494 meters of the Lagorai Mountains on the other side of the valley. The peaks that surround Sadole from the end of 1915 to the autumn of 1917 were the border between Italy and the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Mount Cauriol was at the core of the Italian attacks and Austrian defenses and still tells the saga of the bloody battles and the fierce clashes which culminated with victorious assault of the Italians of 27 August 1916 which led to the temporary conquest of the summit. The walkways, observation points, trenches, mule tracks and paths that allow you to climb to the top of this sharp peak are the testimony of those days of fierce fighting.
Bicycle lovers or mountain bikers will appreciate the variety of routes around Ziano and the convenient bike path that goes up the Val di Fiemme.