Cascata Tervela is a 50m two-tiered waterfall fronting Monte Pana visible from the SS242, but best seen on walks from the town of Santa Cristina di Val Gardena.
Cascate del Pisciadu (Cascate del Pisciadù or Pisciadu Waterfalls) is an 80m waterfall tumbling in a crevice within the Dolomite near Colfosco, Corvara, Italy.
Cascata del Varone (Varone Waterfall) is a series of waterfalls dropping through a floodlit cave-like slot canyon uphill from the town of Riva del Garda, Italy.
Cascata del Gorg d’Abiss is an intimate 10m waterfall that can fall onto itself in the town of Tiarno di Sotto near Lago di Ledro in Italy’s Trento Province.
‘Cascata di Trento’ (Waterfall of Trento) is a rather prominent yet obscure waterfall that we noticed while driving by and touring the city of Trento, Italy.
Cascate di Nardis (Nardis Waterfalls) are a pair of 130m twin waterfalls in Val Genova, a valley heavily influenced by glaciers, in the Trento Province, Italy.
Cascate di Lares (Lares Waterfalls) are a series of a lower and upper waterfalls that we accessed with a 75-minute uphill hike in Val Genova, Trento, Italy.
Le Cascate di Riva (Riva Waterfalls or Reinbachfälle in German) consist of at least 3 waterfalls on a holy forested trail near Winkel by Campos Tures, Italy.
Le Cascate di Barbiano (Barbiano Waterfalls; also Barbianer Wasserfälle in German) consist of 3 main waterfalls of which the tallest is 85m in Barbiano, Italy.
Cascata di Parcines (Parcines Waterfall or Wasserfall Partschinser in German) is a 98m waterfall making it one of the tallest in the Alto Adige region of Italy.