Collalbo is the most important locality on the plateau; it boasts a number of picturesque buildings, typical of holiday resorts in the region. The place is connected with Soprabolzano by the local Renon train. We are in the heart of the Italian Tyrol, or Alto Adige, a plateau that reaches an altitude spanning between 700 and 1,300 m, very green and dotted with pretty little villages and geological curiosities such as the Pyramids of Earth and small lakes, among them the most famous is the Lake of Costalovara, known for its clear water where in Summer one can bathe and in winter can do ice skating. The area is crossed by the Kaiserweg, the Emperor’s Way, which enabled to cross the narrows of the Isarco river north of Bolzano, and of which traces remain in several places. This is a stage without difficulties except the long descent to Bolzano.