I cadini del Brenton

Potholes in Val del Mis

Cadini del Brenton
(photo by: Enrico Vettorazzo)
  • Departure: Valle del Mis (433m)
  • Arrival: Valle del Mis (433m)
  • Duration:  30 minutes
  • Difficulty Level: T – Tourist (level)
  • Length: 1 km
  • Recommended Period: from March to November

An easy trail leads you to a series of 15 deep cavities dug by the waters of the stream Brentòn, flowing down in clear small waterfalls. These spectacular potholes, situated in the heart of the Park, amaze the visitor for the beauty of their colors and their perfect shapes. In the surroundings, you can also visit the equipped route leading you to the terrace overlooking Soffia waterfall.

Access mode
Access to the path that leads to the Cadini del Brenton is subject to a fee. The cost of the entrance ticket is 2 euros. Access is free for children up to 14 years old and for all residents in the 15 Municipalities of the park.
The payment of the ticket entitles you to:
– access the Campanula morettiana botanical garden;
– access the path that leads to the Cadini del Brenton;
– receive a free souvenir bookmark of the Cadini.
The ticket can be purchased directly at the information point of the botanical garden

Information/ticket office hours – Summer 2021:
From June 12 to July 11: on Saturdays and Sundays from 9.30 am to 5.30 pm.
From 12 July to 22 August: every day from 9.30 am to 5.30 pm.
From August 23 to September 26: on Saturdays and Sundays from 10.00 am to 5.00 pm.
During the days and closing times of the information/ticket office, access to the garden is free (always respecting the rules)

Rules
The Cadini del Brenton are an extraordinary and delicate nature spectacle.
To keep it, we ask you to follow some simple rules:
– do not leave the marked paths;
– do not leave waste;
– do not collect or damage plants;
– keep your dog on a lash.
We also remind you that bathing in the Cadini and sunbathing along the edges is not allowed.
Thanks for your cooperation, together we will keep this place in all its beauty!

Location: on the orographic right of Valle del Mis, at the bridge upstream the homonymous lake.
Access: SS 203 road up to Mas, then follow the indications to Valle del Mis.