WALKING | SAPPADE - BAREZZE WATERFALL | FALCADE | DOLOMITES UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site
A pleasant, scenic walk goes from the hamlet of Sappade (1350 m) to the fascinating "delle Barezze" waterfall (1415 m) along easy community roads and forestry lanes across fields and through pine forests. The route starts from the parking located at the access to the hamlet of Sappade. Follow the signs to the "Cascata delle Barezze" and Bosch Brusà, initially on a paved road, than on a wide dirt road; this itinerary presents no particular difficulty and it is thus suitable also for visitors without a particulat physical training. After a few minutes, you'll reach a bridge overlooking the marvellous Barezze Waterfall created by the Gaon River. If you do love to walk, go straigth on on the same path; continuing on this route you can reach Bosch Brusà and Malga Ai Lach, admiring some of the most characteristic landscapes of the Dolomites in a beautiful mountain setting.