|The forests of the Regole cover a surface of about 16,000 hectares, from valley floor to the upper limits of vegetation; they mainly consist of conifers: spruce, larch, silver fir, and cembra pine.
Tree felling and the sale of forest products are the Regole’s main activity, both for the amount of work involved and for the annual income.
The transport of trees from the forests to the sawmills requires continuous maintenance of forest roads over a hundred kilometre long network. Maintenance works are done by the Regole, by periodically repairing forest trails.
Forestry activities are regulated by a Forestry Plan and managed by the Regole, which employ specialised staff to carry out the different work phases.