The economic income of wood, assured for centuries by the wood crop, has characterized life in the National Park. Locally used as the main building material for houses, the wood has been, and continues to be, the leading production in the carpentry sector of building and in the little semi-industrial and hand-crafted joinery handiworks (picture).





The woody essences of larch pine and chestnut-tree are mainly used, because of their features of endurance face of parasites and durability in time; and again the beech, the maple, the oak and even the strawberry-tree and heather, these last used in the ebony field restoration.