Vezza d'Oglio is located on the Statale 42 right in between Pontedilegno and Edolo.
Nestled at the confluence of two lateral valleys which frame the village, Val Paghera in Adamello Regional Park and Val Grande in Stelvio National Park, it is an enchanting landscape full of surprises.
The tourist can regenerate mind and body all year round in close contact with unspoilt nature.
The town is rich in history and local culture, glimpses of which can be seen in the streets of the town centre: the ancient Tower of the Federici family, the remains of a noble residence, and the Parish Church.
In winter, the main outdoor activity is on snowshoe walking, “caspolada” as the local use to say. Every year in February an important event takes place: the “Caspolada al chiar di luna” - a moonlit snowshoe walk which involves thousand of night walkers from everywhere.
During summer, Vezza d'Oglio is the ideal base for many outings on foot and by mountain bike. For angling enthusiasts there is excellent fly-fishing in the International Fly Fishing Centre at the Adamello Events Centre.