Small body of water that today partially occupies a basin of glacial origin, once a pasture area. The pond, which recalls (in the name) its use for watering cattle, is surrounded by spruce, beech and larch trees, as well as rhododendron and blueberry plants. It hosts numerous tadpoles and it is possible to meet newt and salamanders. A short path leads to the foot of the beautiful waterfall that exits the ramparts below the Scarselòin, where Baita Angelini is located.
May 25, 2020
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