Cascate di Lillaz
11012 Lillaz, Cogne AO, Italy
About Cascate di Lillaz
A beautiful waterfall with three water jumps of the Urtier stream for a total of 150 meters in height. The waterfalls can be admired in their fullness thanks to the paths that flank them and which allow the discovery of the three levels of which it is composed, a characteristic that distinguishes it from more vertical waterfalls but which make it unique in its kind.
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