The Fiscalina Valley is an exceptionally well-preserved example of the ancient Triassic archipelago from which the Dolomites rose.

The shapes and arrangement of the landscape we see today reflect those of millions of years ago.

The route leads into the “Dolomiti Settentrionali” of the UNESCO Dolomites and runs along what was the abyssal plain of the primordial sea, affording an exceptional view over the ancient islands which are better known today as the most famous mountain chains in the Dolomiti di Sesto: Croda dei Toni, Punta Tre Scarperi and Popera.