The flow of water of the Rio Ceda that gives life to the waterfall is not always constant and depends very much on the rains. Sometimes it rebecomes a little water dripping.
Near the point of the lake where the waterfall enters you can observe rather large fish.

The Val di Ceda enters the heart of the southern sector of the Brenta Dolomites up to the foot of the Cima Tosa. A valley of wild beauty that alternates steep climbs with wide sweet plateaus, where ancient huts are found. It is crossed by the Ceda stream, tributary of Lake Molveno. Walking along the narrow road that leads to Napoleon’s small forts, on the right, we are captured by the coolness of the Rio Ceda waterfall.

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