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Val d'Aupa

Val d'Aupa, 33015 Moggio Udinese UD, Italy

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About Val d'Aupa

The Val d'Aupa is a valley of the Carnic Alps Eastern, in Friuli-Venezia Giulia, which connects the towns of Moggio Udinese and Pontefract, in the province of Udine: 15 km long, crossed by the stream of the same name, it has a north-south direction, begins at the Sella di Cereschiatis and opens first towards the south-west, then towards the south, up to the confluence with the Canal del Ferro at Moggio.



Attractions near Val d'Aupa

Lago di Cavazzo13.5km from Val d'Aupa

The Lake Cavazzo is the largest lake nature of Friuli-Venezia Giulia. Also known as the lake of the Three Municipalities, a denomination proposed in 1948 by a consortium which then brought together the three municipalities bathed by the lake itself, this denomination is not recognized by the municipality of Cavazzo Carnico.

Val D'Arzino14.51km from Val d'Aupa

The Val d'Arzino is a valley of the Carnic Alps, in the province of Udine and Pordenone: crossed by the stream Arzino (hence the name), extends longitudinally from the valley of Preone to the municipality of Pinzano al Tagliamento and latitudinally from the town of Vito d'Asio to the town of Forgaria nel Friuli , including the first municipalities touched by the stream

Passo del Cason di Lanza16.7km from Val d'Aupa

The Cason di Lanza pass is the highest automotive Alpine pass in Friuli-Venezia Giulia, located in the province of Udine, in the Eastern Carnic Alps, connecting Paularo in Carnia east to the west with Pontebba to the east, just south of the state border with Austria, along a mountainous carriage road, about 14.5 km long with an elevation gain of about 950 m, Tight, with strong slopes, surrounded by forests of fir trees, which runs through the west of the same name Val di Lanza and east crossed b

Trogkofel16.72km from Val d'Aupa

Trogkofel is a mountain in the Carnic Alps located on the border between Friuli, Italy, and Carinthia, Austria. It lies on the main ridge of the Carnic between the AIP Valley to the south and the valley of Gail in the north and is the second-highest of the eastern mountain ridge after Gailtaler Politik. The mountain is known as Crete Rosse, which means Red Rocky Mountain in Friuli.

Jôf di Montasio18.12km from Val d'Aupa

The Jôf Montasio is the third highest mountain Friuli-Venezia Giulia after Coglians and Crete of Chianevate and the highest of the Alps Giulie Italians 2,754 m high, located in the province of Udine , inside theJôf Fuârt-Montasio chain is between the territories of the municipalities of Chiusaforte , Dogna , Malborghetto Valbruna and Tarvisio. One of the nice trekking destination and also you can spend a nice time here.

Prestreljenik21.8km from Val d'Aupa

The Mount Drilled or Pania Drilled is a Tuscan mountain range of the Apuan Alps, in the province of Lucca.  This mountain has two peaks of similar height and size, the highest of which reaches 1230 meters above sea level, while the second, further north, has an elevation of 1204 meters and a cross on the top; however, the main feature from which the name of this mountain derives is the presence of a natural arch of considerable size between the two peaks.

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Friuli Venezia Giulia overlooks the Adriatic Sea and is surrounded by high mountains, enclosing many different landscapes. The great variety of landscapes matches the rich and variegated cultural heritage that was determined by a complex history and by the confluence of different civilizations in this territory.