Looking south, you can see the peat bog where the Grotta di Attila opens. These peat bogs, quite widespread in the Cason di Lanza area, are marshy pieces of land derived from the natural infilling of ancient ponds shaped by glaciers. Particularly important for their ecological value, these peat bogs contribute to making this part of the Carnic Alps unique.

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