The Cascate di Stanghe gorge
About 100 years ago the gorge was named after the Austrian emperor Franz Josef, but its name changed so that it is now known as the “Cascate di Stanghe” gorge. During its course, the initially small Rio di Racines river turns into a roaring river which has been carving its way through the marble walls for centuries. Experience the forces of nature and the uniqueness of this fabulous natural monument.
Access: Stanghe (Racines)
Exit: Ponte Giovo
Lenght: about 2.5 km
Walking time: about 45 to 60 minutes
Altitude difference: about. 200 m
From May to November from 9.30 am to 5.30 pm.
In July and August from 9 am to 6 pm.
Adults 3.50 euros, children 1.50 euros, groups (from 20 people) 3 euros