Connected to the Dolomiti Friulane Nature Park and managed by it, there is also the nearby Forra del Cellina Nature Reserve, a significant and spectacular incision that the Cellina Torrent has carved into the limestone strata between Barcis, Andreis, and Montereale Valcellina before flowing into the upper Friulian plain.
An impervious territory waiting to be discovered, far from mass tourism, protected by the Friulian Dolomites Natural Park and the Forra del Cellina Nature Reserve, which safeguards the environment of the Valcellina, with the municipalities of Andreis, Cimolais, and Erto, the Val Meduna with Frisano and Tramonti di Sopra and the Val Tagliamento with Forni di Sopra and Forni di Sotto.
Erto and Casso, the localities that still show signs of the 1963 tragedy, are undoubtedly the most visited, precisely because of the Vajont Ecomuseum route.
Set in a crown of Dolomite peaks, the most famous of which is the Campanile di Val Montanaia, Cimolais is the seat and heart of the Park. Narrow streets and stone dwellings bear witness to a simple rural world that has managed to maintain an unspoiled environment.
In the upper valley of the Tagliamento and the province of Udine in a pleasant uncontaminated valley we find Forni di Sotto. The village, lying on a vast plain, overlooked by the Voani woods and dominated by the Dolomite peak of Mount Ciarescins, is an image of considerable charm.
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