Ravascletto seen from Mount Zoncolan
Ravascletto seen from Mount Crostis
Carnia is home to thick woods, as well as multitudes of herbs and flowers, which make it one of the most important botanical areas in Europe. It also provides shelter for animals such as chamois, badgers, marmots, roe deer, eagles, eagle-owls, pheasants and many more species.
This area of the Alps has been preserved exceptionally well, having found a way to develop it in harmony with nature, without abusing the environment or spoiling the local customs and traditions that are part of the deeply rooted cultural heritage of the mountain people.
One can’t help falling in love with these landscapes that offer amazing views and fairytale sceneries that are discovered while walking through the woods. Tourists lend the same respect as a guest who encounters the secret life of an unknown world.
In this context, simple walks on foot acquire a happy undertone. Right outside the Hotel, there are various itineraries for everyone to follow. You’ll find a map of some short and medium distance trails here.