Along the “Lake Wolayer” Geotrail you will discover the remains of an ancient ocean and its fossilised inhabitants
This geotrail is laid out on the slopes of Monte Zoufplan and lets the observer examine the transition between the Dimon Formation
The wonderful alpine landscape to the south of the Zollner Höhe is a paradise for pleasure hikers and families.
This geo-excursion lets the observer examine the karst phenomena that characterize the limestone outcrops of the Alta Valle (upper valley) of the Bût torrent. The itinerary also leads to the karst source of the Fontanon and to one of the caves that form the complex subterranean system of the mountain overlooking the village of Timau.
Along this route you will be able to observe aspects linked to landslides, erosion and the accumulation of debris.
The site's name says a lot: the "Rivoli Bianchi", in fact, is the fan of debris that opens before us, at the foot of Mount Amariana, descending from the deep fracture through which the Rio Citate flows. Its scientific name is "alluvial cone", and what we are facing is one of the largest active cones in Europe.
Breathtaking views can be enjoyed all along the route, accompanied by the thunderous waters of the Garnitzen brook. The water has cut its way deep down into the rock, creating a polished surface and offering fascinating views of the inside of the mountains and rocks.