A beautiful and imposing waterfall, little frequented, in a unique environment of the "Fodom" Valley.
The enchantment of past times seems to have been preserved intact, with the small village of "Davedino" (1550 m, hamlet of "Livinallongo del Col di Lana") always in view as you climb.
Safety informationIf you are approaching this practice for the first time, it is reccomended to contact the Alpine Guides.
Always let someone know where you are going and the approximate duration of the hike and avoid going alone.
The telephone number in case of emergency is 112 or 118 (ambulance).
Tips and hintsMounitain guides:
- Francesco Tremolada https://www.proguide.it/
Before the start, it is reccomended to get informed about the weather, which changes rapidly in the mountains, and the conditions of the route.
Getting thereBy car
- From Innsbruck A22 Brennero highway to the Bressanone tool booth, continue through the Pusteria Valley, Badia Valley and the Campolongo Pass
- From Verona/Milan A22 Brennero highway up to Egna Ora tool booth, continue for Fiemme Valley, Fassa Valley, Pordoi Pass, Arabba and Campolongo Pass
- From Venice A27 highwayway tool booth Belluno follow the Agordina 203 to Agordo, Caprile, Arabba and Campolongo Pass
Nearest railway stations
- Belluno - 70 km
- Brunico - 48 km
- Ponte Gardena - 51 km
- Brunico - 47 Km connection by SAD line www.sad.it
- Belluno - 70 km - connected by the Dolomitibus www.dolomitibus.it
- Venice Treviso/Venice Marco Polo - 160/170 km
- Innsbruck - 140 km
- Verona - 270 km
- Milan Bergamo/Milan Malpensa - 310/400 km
ParkingSmall parking area near the village of "Davedino".
Book recommendation by the author
EquipmentThe kit for ice climbing:
- boots in the right size, snug-fitting, hard-soled and adjustable
- knee-high gaiters
- crampons (articulated, semi-rigid or rigid, or just front points)
- ice axe
- ice pitons
- Abalakov hooks
WARNING: This list is for information purposes only and does not claim to fully explain the correct functioning of the various tools mentioned, so please refer to the respective user manuals. Our advice is to be taken only as part of a process of training and practice to be undertaken with qualified instructors in order to control these belay techniques. This list is not intended to be exhaustive, nor is it a substitute for specific sport climbing belay training, for which you should check your skills with qualified instructors.