Cascate di Cavalese is a gorgeous waterfall near Cavalese in the region Trentino – Alto Adige (Südtirol), Italy.
In Cavalese drive south to Masi di Cavalese until you reach a roundabout near the river Avisio. Turn right here (sp232) and follow the river until you see a sign “cascata” at the left side of the road. Turn left and park the car at the parking. From here is a short walk to the waterfall Cascate di Cavales.
The river Rio di Val Moena drops down in two stages creating a rare shape in its fall. The part of Cascate di Cavales drops down in a singles drop where after the water spreads itself in the shape of a fan. Although Cascate di Cavales is only 20-30 meter high, the waterfall can change into a thunderous creature after heavy rainfall.
Best period to visit Cascate di Cavales is late sprintime or early in the summer when snow is melting down from the mountain Cimon di val Moena (2.484 m)