Location: Italy, Europe
Length: 94,8 km
Wide: 5 m standard 2 lanes
Highest point: 1739 m
Road No. SS51bis /SS52
Casera Razzo (1739 m) is located in the homonymous plateau, near the Valley of Rain in the town of Vigo di Cadore.
It belongs to the Dolomites-Alps Mountains in Italy.
Set in 203 hectares of green pastures for cattle, once you get there, you can enjoy a splendid view of the surrounding mountains, as well as being a good starting point for lovers of trekking and mountain biking.
It has a store where after parking your car you can buy and taste typical products of Málaga and a small dairy farm used for milk processing.
Casera Razzo is accessible by car from Belluno follow towards Lozzo di Cadore and then Vigo di Cadore and Laggio.
The road is very winding, not to mention that offers stunning panoramic views. It is very curvy, so be careful around corners.
From Villa Santina Ampezzo to Casera Razzo
Once you arrive at Villa Santina, start your route to enjoy a splendid view of the surrounding mountains.
Busy in the first stretch of about 20 km (from Villa Santina Ampezzo follow the road SS 52), absolutely quiet and idyllic in the central section, you will then pass through long tunnels (the galleries are lit, but they have curves and stretches more obscure) and a bridge over the ravine of the daring Lumiei stream.
The last ascend from Sauris to Casera Razzo is quite challenging ofr your driving skills, especially among the last 2 turns, but the scenery is amazing and you can admire the different peaks of the surrounding mountain ranges thanks to the high position and the sparse vegetation.
The descent along the Pesarina is a regular one until the first village of Pesariis, from where the descent continues for another 12 km until the bridge on the stream Degano from which you descend the Val Degano until Villa Santina.