Dominated by the massif of the Cornon and from Monte Agnello, Panchià (Pancià in trentino dialect) is a typical alpine village not far from the ski centers for alpine skiing, snowboarding and cross-country skiing, besides the innumerable possibilities for hiking during the summer.
Cross the village the Avisio stream and the Rio Bianco. It is very characteristic the "Ponte Vecchio" on the Avisio (1903), with a wooden roof with two slopes. Also worth a visit is the parish church of S. Valentino (1190). Along the promenade that leads to Val Cavelonte you can admire a magnificent monumental shaft, the "Pecio of Cuco".