The Acquapendente is the Apuane waterfall and deserves the little effort necessary to reach its base. It is a little known and little frequented place in the reality of the Upper Versilia that offers interesting villages and wonderful landscapes as well as all the possibilities of excursions in the Southern Apuan Alps. To appreciate it it is necessary that in the previous days it rained otherwise you risk finding it dry.
The term Acquapendente is widespread throughout Italy with the meaning of a waterfall.
Cuesta Acquapendente is a waterfall originating from the branch of a branch of the Deglio canal, a tributary of the Versilia Canal, which in turn is a tributary of the Vezza river.
The water of the Canale Deglio comes from an underground river (called the Vidal river) that passes under the Rifugio Del Freo in Mosceta and is fed by the waters that penetrate the karstic complex of Monte Corchia.
May 20, 2016
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