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Cascate Val Genova

Pinzolo, Italy
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A day in Val Genova

A rare, remote location in the Alps with huge waterfalls and deep forest. Accessibility is not so... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
zozzka
,
Budapest, Hungary
Beautiful

It was not easy to find, so we put Carisolo as our target. For 5€ you can park and walk about 800m... read more

Reviewed 30 July 2016
doronn
,
Lake Placid, New York
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  • Very good24%
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1 week ago
“A day in Val Genova”
29 Jul 2016
“Beautiful”
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Pinzolo, Italy
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Reviewed 1 week ago

A rare, remote location in the Alps with huge waterfalls and deep forest. Accessibility is not so easy because of the mess of road signs in Italy ;)

Thank zozzka
Reviewed 30 July 2016 via mobile

It was not easy to find, so we put Carisolo as our target. For 5€ you can park and walk about 800m for the first waterfall. For 8€ you can drive all the way and even take a bus that can take you 17km for...More

Thank doronn
Reviewed 30 June 2016

This narrow, deep valley has a number of large waterfalls, walks along the river, and a small WWI cemetery and church about half-way to the end. This was an area of fighting between the Austrians and Italians during that war. In the summer, you cannot...More

Thank AAUWGal
Reviewed 15 October 2015

The waterfall itself isn't too much to look at(at lest in october when we visited), but still a nice sight. The real attraction is the area itself. Middle of the woods, a big light-blue lake goes through the area, a lot of green around. you...More

Thank IMTHEX
Reviewed 23 September 2015

Cascata Nardi's is THE best restaurant ever! Try the ribs and the fresh trout...a must. Make a reservation to sit inside is recommended but not necessary...the owner is on sight and very nice...service is wonderful!

Thank Janine N
Reviewed 7 August 2015 via mobile

We visited with family and even though this may be a place that does not normally feature high on a teenagers things to do on holiday, they both agreed the park and the waterfalls were amazing. Easy access, Great for a picnic unbelievable panoramic views,...More

2  Thank Simon W
Reviewed 26 July 2015 via mobile

Went with my son and wife. Easy access with a car and free parking area. The place is like a little piece of heaven. The whether became cold and comfortable after burning in the sun all day. You can walk next to the fall and...More

4  Thank עמרי א
Reviewed 28 April 2015

The Val di Genova has quite a few beautiful waterfalls and many hikes that connect them. You can spend anywhere from an hour to a full day there. Well worth it.

1  Thank ogol17
Reviewed 29 September 2014

We made the hour drive from Melveno to this charming valley, just west of Carisolo. After admiring the spectacular water falls, we continued driving up the narrow valley, admiring the beautiful nature and the spectacular mountain views. On our return, we could not resist all...More

2  Thank WorldTravlerNaplesFL
Reviewed 12 July 2014

Water falls are incredible...once in a lifetime. Directly across the street is a beautiful tradtional style restaurant, bar and patio. The food was delicious and the views are unmatched.

1  Thank MJM1899
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