The daily detour of about 20 km allows one to reach the Mis valley, in the heart of the Belluno Dolomites National Park. Squeezed between the high and impenetrable walls of the Monti del Sole and the Pizzocco group, the valley is surprising for the abundance of water that descends through ravines and lateral valleys into the lake below. The Soffia waterfalls and the Cadìni del Brentòn are two wonders of nature not to be missed. Further up, perched on the left slope of the Cordevole, Gena Alta and Gena Media, two ancient rural settlements forgotten for decades, are being reinhabited and can be visited, with a steep climb, even by bicycle.
The valley can be reached from Bribano along the ” via delle antiche rogge” (the way of the ancient millraces), a good dirt road which winds first along the Cordevole stream and then through the “masière”, a chaotic and evocative expanse of rocks that originated in the Ice Age from an immense landslide detached from Mount Peron.