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Val Visdende - Things to Know Before Visiting

Val Visdende, 32045 Santo Stefano di Cadore BL, Italy

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About Val Visdende

The Visdende Valley is an alpine valley of the Comelico located in Santo Stefano di Cadore and Sappada. The name derives from the Latin vices, that is, from the alternation in the custody of livestock practiced there in past centuries. The valley, a place of undisputed naturalistic value surrounded by majestic spruce woods, was severely hit by the Tempesta Vaia at the end of October 2018, which led to the destruction of about a quarter of the entire forest heritage, or 150 thousand cubic meters


Attractions Near Val Visdende

Bordaglia Lake
Bordaglia Lake14.25km from Val Visdende

The Lake Bordaglia is a small alpine lake situated 1,750 m s.lm in the municipality of Forni Avoltri. Considered one of the most beautiful lakes in Carnia, it is part of the Bordaglia-Flèons wildlife oasis established by the Friuli-Venezia Giulia region in 1968. Surrounded by ancient larch and pine woods, it has a rather varied flora, with protected species such as gentians and a precious variety of orchids; it is rich in shrub vegetation where the black woodpecker, the collared blackbird, a

Val Pesarina
Val Pesarina16.34km from Val Visdende

The Pesarina is one of eight valleys of Carnia, growing to approximately 22 km west-east, crossed by the river Pesarina which takes its name, bordering Cadore and the Sappada Valley to the west, with which it shares some mountain peaks. In the valley lies the municipality of Prato Carnico, with the hamlets of Croce, Avausa, Pieria, Oasis , Pradumbli, Pesariis, Sostasio, Prico , Truia and Luc and is crossed by the SR 465 which connects it on one side with Comeglians and Ovaro and on the other wit

Wolayersee
Wolayersee18.31km from Val Visdende

The Wolayer See is a mountain lake on the Carinthian side of the Carnic main ridge near the Plöckenpass . It is the center of the nature reserve Wolayer See and the surrounding area. The lake is 1951 m above sea level and is 3.8 hectares in size. It lies in a sinkhole that is tectonically formed and shaped by the Wolayer Glacier during the Ice Age The lake's underground water feeds two sources: one on Austrian territory, the second on Italian territory south of the Lambertenghi hut.

Sextener Rotwand
Sextener Rotwand19.02km from Val Visdende

The Croda Rossa di Sesto or Cima Dieci is a mountain of the Sesto Dolomites that overlooks the villages of Sesto and Moso, with the summit located inside the park natural Sesto Dolomites, marking the border between South Tyrol and Veneto. Its summit is easily reachable thanks to aided paths that rise from the different sides; is bypassed by the Strada Degli Alpini. Together with other Dolomite peaks, it forms the Sesto sundial.

Lago di Sàuris
Lago di Sàuris19.11km from Val Visdende

The Lake Sauris is an artificial lake located in Val Lumiei, near Sauris, to 977 meters above sea level, located on the road from Ampezzo rooms in Sauris, in locality la Màina, also called " lake of Màina ". The lake ended in 1948 started in 1941. The dam has a domed structure, and at the time of construction, it was the second tallest in Europe.

Coglians
Coglians19.22km from Val Visdende

The Mount Coglians, with its 2,780 m above sea level, is the highest peak in the Carnic Alps and the Friuli-Venezia Giulia. During the First World War, the summit was permanently occupied by Italian troops, who used it as an observation point: the remains of some posts dating back to the Great War are still visible on the top. It can be reached via two routes: the normal, easier route, which starts from the Giovanni e Olinto Marinelli refuge, on the south side, or the via Ferrata on the north s

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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.

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