You can go close and almost touch the powerful Amola waterfall! It sprays and splashes water on the walkway and on the guided trail “AMOLACQUA”. The murky water coming directly from the glacier creates striking contrasts with the clarity of the water mirrors below

The Grasei waterfall is fed by the above Amola glacier. So its range is very variable depending on the season and the different times of the day, especially in summer.

To visit the Amola or Grasei waterfall, you can take the Amolacqua path. This path set up by the Park winds up and down by bridges and wooden walkways. It is therefore suitable for families with children because it does not present great difficulties or climbs and it takes a short time. In fact, you go through a forest where the gnomes seem to be hiding among the large boulders of tonalite and under the branches of the fir trees.

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