The vast, gently undulating plateau of volcanic origin lying between Nova Levante and Tires is covered with magnificent fir woods and dotted with large pastures, each one providing grazing in the summer. The
rural landscape and its functions are easy to make out and perfectly preserved.

The itinerary is long enough to get a good understanding of the structure of the landscape, which follows the morphology of the land.

Mount Catinaccio, between the Carezza pass, Alpe di Tires and Val di Fassa, is a rugged, craggy crest with a number of peaks reaching an altitude of 3,000 metres: Catinaccio d’Antermoia, Catinaccio, Cima Scalieret, Torri del Vajolet and Roda di Vael.