Panchià is a little village of Val di Fiemme, between Tesero and Ziano di Fiemme. Dominated by the massif of Cornon and Mount Agnello, Panchià is a typical mountain village, at a short distance to the ski-areas where you can practice downhill, snowboard and Nordic skiing – as well as the numerous hiking and trekking possibilities that you can enjoy throughout the summer.
The two water streams Avisio and Rio Bianco run through the village. The old bridge over the water stream Avisio, “Ponte vecchio”, is a real gem of this village. Built in 1903, it has got a gabled wooden roof. The parish church of Panchià, dedicated to S. Valentino, was built in 1190. Along the walk that reaches Val Cavelonte, you can discover the magnificent monumental tree called “Pecio del Cuco”.