An itinerary immersed in the green hills of the Fadalto and with excellent panoramic views. The first is certainly the one towards Val Lapisina, specifically towards Lake Morto, a body of water so called for its lack of emissaries or tributaries and probably fed by underground karst basins. The lake also gives life to the Fadalto and Nove hydroelectric power plants.
Continuing you can "steal" a beautiful photo towards the Alpago, locality in the province of Belluno. The views end towards the Lake of Santa Croce, a natural basin located in Farra d'Apalgo (BL), and the Cansiglio, a vast plateau between Veneto and Friuli-Venezia Giulia, more precisely between the provinces of Belluno, Treviso and Pordenone.
Sella Fadalto - Borgo Brigola - (Col Canin-Verdil) - Caloniche di Sopra - Caloniche di Sotto - Sella Fadalto
- It is of fundamental importance to always stick to the marked path, thus avoiding getting lost or invading private property.
- Pay particular attention to stretchs of stone road, where the risk of slipping is greater.
- It is always recommended to download the gps track to avoid unpleasant situations and live a great experience.
The local authorities and associations of the involved areas do not assume any legal liability for injuries or damages to people and things that may occur along the marked routes.
The telephone number in case of emergency is 112.
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Coming from the A27 motorway, take the "Fadalto-Lago di Santa Croce" exit and after the toll booth, keep right towards Lago di Santa Croce, joining the Strada Statale 51 (SS51). After about 1.2 km on the right you will notice a bar (B&B Sella) with a large parking lot, where the route will begin.
ParkingThe car can be parked in the large car parking of the B&B Sella.
Coordinates 46.081159, 12.336465
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Equipment- Comfortable clothes
- Comfortable shoes
- Backpack with everything you need: water, sweatshirts or jackets for colder periods