From the Casera Bordaglia di Sotto, looking south, you can see the reliefs that form the southern side of the Val Bordaglia, that include Monte Vas (on the right) and Cima Ombladet (on the left). The side of Monte Vas has large asymmetrical folds. The direction of their axes leads them to compressions running north-east – south-west dating back to the Eocene and Lower Oligocene.

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