Cascata Tervela

The Cascate Tervela (or Cascata di Tervela) was kind of an obscure waterfall by the town of Santa Cristina di Val Gardena. With hardly any signage informing visitors of its name nor where to park…

Cascate del Pisciadu

The Cascate del Pisciadu (or Cascate del Pisciadù; Pisciadu Waterfalls) was one of the waterfalls we targeted in our return trip to the Dolomites area of Northern Italy in the Summer of 2018…

Cascata del Gorg d’Abiss

Cascata del Gorg d’Abiss was another one of those obscure waterfalls that we didn’t plan on visiting when we set out on our 2013 trip to Italy. It wasn’t until I was trying to figure out the name…

Cascata del Varone

Cascata del Varone (Waterfall of the Varone) was one of the more unique waterfall experiences we had in Italy. It was basically a waterfall that had carved deep slots into the mountain. There…

“Cascata di Trento” (“Trento Waterfall”)

“Cascata di Trento” (“Waterfall of Trento”) is a name that I made up for this rather prominent yet obscure waterfall that we noticed multiple times while both driving by and touring the city of…

Cascate di Nardis

Cascate di Nardis (Nardis Waterfalls) seemed to be pretty well-known waterfalls as we became aware of it prior to our Italy trip through our DK guidebook as well as a visitor’s waterfall submission…

Cascate di Lares

Cascate di Lares (Lares Waterfalls) were a series of a lower and upper waterfalls that we actually didn’t plan on seeing (let alone know about) prior to the start of our Italy trip in 2013…

Cascate di Riva (Reinbachfalle)

Le Cascate di Riva (Riva Waterfalls; also Reinbachfälle in German) was a series of attractive waterfalls. From what we could tell, there were three main drops on the Riva River though there were…

Cascate di Barbiano (Barbianer Wasserfalle)

Le Cascate di Barbiano (Barbiano Waterfalls; also Barbianer Wasserfälle in German) are a series of waterfalls located by the town of Barbiano (Barbian). I believe there were three main waterfalls…

Cascata di Parcines (Wasserfall Partschinser)

Cascata di Parcines (Parcines Waterfall; also Wasserfall Partschinser in German) is said to be the tallest waterfall in the Alto Adige region of Italy (also known as Südtirol or South Tyrol) at 98m…