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Parco Naturalistico delle Cascate-Family, Verona

Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
4.7/5 based on 800+ reviews on the web
Parco Naturalistico delle Cascate-Family or Waterfall Park covers 80,000 sq m (20 acres) and connects the Molina and Cesara valleys. The water has worn signs of the region’s geological history into the rock walls. Containing tumultuous torrents, crashing waterfalls, and calm flower meadows, this attraction delights nature lovers. You’ll find the trails well marked and maintained. Note that arriving to the park entrance requires a 15-minute downhill walk. Bring plenty of water for hiking. Put Parco Naturalistico delle Cascate-Family and other Verona attractions into our Verona vacation trip planner, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • We Park the car in the free parking in the village of Molina, the medieval village with ancient courtyards and stone houses and walk along a path downhill for about 1 km: in some places is a bit slippery (paved with red marble and when it rained), takes a little effort to return the Park to climb after covering the trails ... We arrive at the entrance of the Park. There are three routes, we did the red one for 2.3 km (but in some places we lengthened). The trail of the Park is all about UPS and downs (forget about strollers!), sometimes even slippery and muddy, especially if it is raining or it rained a few days earlier. The Park is very well equipped, with side shields, bath, a bar, picnic areas or simply benches to rest and catch my breath. Some advice, please at least tennis shoes or hiking boots if it rained the previous days (we saw several people with ballet flats or flip-flops that struggled). Fantastic Park, spectacular waterfalls! For children in addition to spectacular waterfalls there is also fun to try the pulley suspended over the River, a small pillar to climb and swing suspended on the waterfall that comes almost touching the water (also used by large!). Upon reaching the waterfall the bear, we observe the water fall from a high slit in a semicircular basin with a nice powerful shower. We climb the ladder of Dizziness that climbs on the back of the mountain, just above the falls. We see a series of streams and waterfalls that flow into round holes, called "Marmitte dei Giganti" carved by water and debris over the centuries. We arrive at the pitch where you have a nice view of the Park and the Valpolicella. And finally the beautiful waterfall green. The girls had fun and remain happy with the visit: my little of 5 years has walked all the way.
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  • Nice Park. Nice and cozy. Recommended for those with children up to 15 years old or for adults who want to make easy hikes and risk-free. If it's raining or with high humidity recommended technical shoes.
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  • Well maintained park with trails clean and in very good condition, accommodation very helpful especially xkè I have a disabled girl, let me start by saying ... nn suitable for buggies .... but with disabled people with decent walking can be done. A forest with Tyrolean traverse x kids ... fun ... and swing that brings you closer to the waterfall ...! Congratulations!
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  • Visited this Park mid September with two children (2 & 4 - both enjoyed the stay). Not crowded as some other attractions around the lake, quiet, beautiful and clean. Three thumbs up!
  • Good for hot days
  • Beautiful, MUST go if you in the nearby.
  • Veramente molto bello!!
  • Admission 6 euros. It is reached through the small village of Molina. There are also car parks, are located by the Church. Very nice Park, clean, equipped with all comforts.
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