the mountain is located in a privileged region from a climatic point of view and thanks to its south facing position, it benefits from constant and long sunshine which guarantees mild temperatures. In recent years there is very little snow but it is still ideal for mountain biking and hiking lovers. During the snowiest winters, Cardada Cimetta transform into a fairy-tale landscape and visitors can enjoy unforgettable excursions with snowshoes.
the season of rebirth is even more beautiful in Cardada Cimetta, which is tinged with an intense green dotted with yellow and purple flowers and animals awaken. As a rule, at the end of spring, if the grassy surface allows it, the beloved Scottish cows return to pasture at Alpe Cardada.
Cardada Cimetta it’s not only a wonderful place for its breathtaking view, but also because it welcomes you with particular mild climate. The south facing position makes sure that the mountain is steadily embraced by sun rays from sunrise to sunset; an ideal situation for carrying out long activities throughout the day. During the summer, the altitude helps keep a cool climate, which is particularly pleasant on muggy summer days when the 30 °C of the city turn in into very pleasant temperatures around 20 ° in Cadada Cimetta.
Cardada is remarkably rich in flora and fauna: thanks to the sunny climate even camellias grow there and in the shade of beech, larch, chestnut and birch woods it is not uncommon to meet several species of birds and other mountain animals.
probably the most fascinating and favorite season for our guests, as Cardada is tinged with a thousand colors: beech, larch, chestnut, and birch trees offer a colorful foliage spectacle, in which to immerse yourself in unforgettable excursions or in regenerating moments of relaxation. In September and October, the climate is ideal as it is less intense than during the hot summer months but very pleasant for activities in the mountains. During autumn it is not uncommon to meet squirrels, roe deer and chamois and at a lower altitude even wild boars and foxes.