The Carnic ridge is nestled between the Dolomites and the Alps main ridge, stretches from west to east from the stunning alpine scenery of the Dolomites to the already less high mountain ranges in Carinthia.
The sunny south slopes of South Tyrol and in the Belluno differ significantly from the watery and well-wooded northern slopes of East Tyrol and Carinthia. Here the contrast between the different landscapes is best shown. With the exploration of the Carnic mountain path you enter the stage of one of Europe's oldest mountain ranges. On this expedition we follow many historical traces, such as World War I, the busy trade between the people farside and nearside of the ridge and alpine touristic development.