Dimaro, at the foot of the Brenta Dolomites, lies partly along the road leading to Madonna di Campiglio and partly along the main road to Passo Tonale. It is an attractive village, with the two villages Carciato and Folgarida, including almost 1300 people. It was the configuration of the surrounding area and its excellent positioning in '65 that promoted the development of high altitude ski resort of Folgarida, fraction of Dimaro, turning the country into an attractive tourist center in both winter and summer. Connecting to the slopes of Folgarida and Madonna di Campiglio Marilleva have given life to one of the most renowned ski resorts in the Alps.
Dimaro Today, thanks to the brand new gondola Daolasa in operation since December 2007, is located a few minutes from the ski carousel Dolomiti Adamello Brenta Ski maps. In June 2008, the World Mountain Bike Championships took place just outside Dimaro, hence also pass a path that runs through the valley along the river Noce path that intersects with the stations of the Dolomiti Express train service that carries the bike train in the summer and skiing in winter. Dimaro is also included in the Dolomiti Brenta Bike, the newest tour dedicated to the lovers of bike tireless. Around Dimaro will also find many trails accessible even to less experienced, to be done on foot or by bike or snowshoeing in winter.
Worthy of note is definitely Meledrio Valley, a picturesque valley of streams that departs from the country, rough and wild. Val Meledrio is also the door of the Adamello Brenta. Here you will find a network of Nordic Walking trails connecting with other countries and many parts of the valley where nature still shows all its beauty and charm as it is suspended outside of time.