Cascate di Riva, Campo Tures

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Cascate di Riva, also known as the Niagara of Campo Tures, offer an accessible visit to an impressive set of three waterfalls. The Riva river, known in German as the Reinbach, swells with the thawing of the Rieserfern glacier. Note that you’ll find many benches to rest on along the way, and the trails are clearly marked. The path becomes more difficult once you pass the falls to head toward the church of St. Francis. Using our international travel planner, Campo Tures attractions like Cascate di Riva can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • A walk of about two/three hours starting from Campo Tures. Easy, but challenging for those who dislike the "steps". The falls and the trail of St. Francis deserve some bad knees:-)
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  • Here go some way, just who is not so good to walk, can go to the Toblhof, from there it is only a few steps to the waterfall, of course, a hike is here very nice. It is worth
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  • This is a visit of that 1920s "complementary" (to it of the Castle) as if same not is enough claim to visit Taufers. Mill tours should take a road on the right and nothing more to reach the modern sports centre "Cascade", turn right, cross over the Aurino torrent and reach the beautiful hotel Bad Winkel (on your right will be a beautiful chapel). Hence, the road narrows by 300 m to the parking lot of the waterfalls (machine of payment in the summer) where we leave the car. Past the café that same there, will take the (indicated, parallel to the River, and rather plain) path that will take us in about 15 minutes until the first of the waterfalls, not very large, but photogenic. Woodland is lush and almost no noise. The main jump will have about 8 m. high and there are figures carved in wood and stone in the surrounding area. From the lookout with wooden fences, road continues uphill to the next waterfall (not arrived due to lack of time and because it was all full of mud). It is an easy and picturesque, although it fails to be spectacular.
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