One of the most beautiful monuments of the Park consists of the
waterfalls formed by the rio Fanes to reach the ravine of the
Travenanzes; they develop in three following jumps, each more than 50m high, and they are particularly suggestive and roaring given the
great quantity of water flowing into them.
In the highest and more shady places of the Tofana, of the Cime di Fanes and of the Cristallo small cirque glaciers are still concealed, sometimes covered by a thick layer of detritus. They are situated between the 2,800 and 3,000m of altitude, and even if they withdraw every year working as a thermometer of the climatic changes, they continue to be an integral part of the Park landscape and to feed the summer flow of the streams.
Province: Belluno Region: Venetia