1. Colli Euganei – The Euganean Hills are a group of hills of volcanic origin that rise to heights of 300 to 600 m from the Padovan-Venetian plain a few km south of Padua. The Colli Euganei form the first Regional park established in the Veneto, enclosing fifteen towns, the name memorializes that of the Euganei, an ancient people who inhabited the region upon contact with the Romans. The Euganean Hills, just visible from Venice, have celebrated for their picturesque beauty. In the Euganean Hills, at Arquà, which now bears his name attached to it, Petrarch found peace, the Parco Regionale dei Colli Euganei was established in 1989 by the Veneto Region. It covers an area of about 18,000 hectares, the park offers a wide choice of recreational, natural world, historical and tourist activitiesColli Euganei – Monte Gemola seen from Monte Rusta
2. Alpi Venoste – The Ötztal Alps are a mountain range in the Central Eastern Alps, in the State of Tyrol in southern Austria and the Province of South Tyrol in northern Italy. The Ötztal Alps are arrayed at the head of the Ötztal valley, one line of summits forms part of the border between Austria and Italy. The Ötztal Alps are bordered by the Reschen Pass in the west, in the east the range is separated from the Stubai Alps by the Ötztaler Ache in the Ötztal, the Timmelsjoch and the Passer river in the Passeier Valley. On the south and southwest, the range is limited by the valley of the Etsch river. In September 1991, Ötzi the so-called Iceman was found on the Hauslabjoch between the peaks Fineilspitze and Similaun, the highest point of the Ötztal Alps is Wildspitze 3,774 metres, which is also the second highest mountain in Austria. Wildspitze is on one of several arms that extend north and northeast from the main ridge, some of the main peaks of the Ötztal Alps are, The main mountain passes of the Ötztal Alps are, Geography of the AlpsAlpi Venoste – Hintere Schwärze
3. Alpi Giulie – They are named after Julius Caesar, who founded the municipium of Cividale del Friuli at the foot of the mountains. A large part of the Julian Alps is included in Triglav National Park, the second highest peak of the range, the 2,775 m high Jôf di Montasio, lies in Italy. The Julian Alps cover an estimated 4,400 km2 and they are located between the Sava Valley and Canale Valley. They are divided into the Eastern and Western Julian Alps, there are many peaks in the Eastern Julian Alps over 2,000 m high, and they are mainly parts of ridges. The most prominent peaks are visible by their height and size, there are high plains on the eastern border like Pokljuka, Mežakla and Jelovica. Only the Kanin group lies in part in Slovenia, the main peaks by height are, Jôf di Montasio Jof Fuart High Mount Kanin Important passes of the Julian Alps are, The Vršič Pass,1,611 m, links the Sava and Soča valleys. It is the highest mountain pass in SloveniaAlpi Giulie – The Eastern Julian Alps and Mount Triglav
4. Alpi Biellesi – The Biellese Alps are a sub-range of the Pennine Alps located between Piemonte and Aosta Valley. Alpi Biellesi literally means Alps of Biellese, Biellese is the geographical and historical area surrounding Biella, from the geological point of view the Alpi Biellesi are composed by an alpine zone in the strict sense of the word and a prealpine zone, divided by the Insubric line. In the Alpi Biellesi are located some ski resorts, Oropa in the part, with downhill skiing slopes ranging from 1,335 to 2,391 m, Alpe di Mera. Near Bielmonte is also possible to cross country skiing with more than 30 km of maintained trails starting from Bocchetto Sessera. Lots of climbing routes of different length and difficulty are described across the mountain range, some of the most renowned ones are in the monte Mars area, like via Innominata and cresta dei Carisey. In the Alpi Biellesi there also are several vie ferratas, particularly around Oropa, the Alta Via delle Alpi Biellesi, a long-distance hiking trail which requires some climbing skills, covers the mountain range starting from Piedicavallo and ending in the village of BagneriAlpi Biellesi – The snow-clad Biellese Alps seen from Lessona.