You soon are crossing meadows full of wildflowers, really spectacular. The road on this side has some nice concrete stretches but also some very rough road, basically a rock pile. Moderate your speed because I got going a little too fast, went over a one-foot drop and fell on landing. No harm done, but a good wake up call. After Rifugio Briscot (1616m) you just keep descending until eventually arriving at Casera Faverghera (1549). This is the start of pavement again, curving down to Nevegal then Quantin, where I turned for Cornolade on Lago di Santa Croce. From here easy climb over Sella Fadalto and down to Vittorio Veneto.
Oh, I must credit Jack for mentioning the connecting road from Visentin to Faverghera- I had no idea that existed http://jackciclista.blogspot.it/2011/10/col-visentin-pedalare-in-paradiso.html .
|Spruce forest at 1370 meters; fresh air|
|View of Col Visentin in a clear moment|
|Getting closer, and a bit cloudier|
|The mountains stretching west toward Feltre|
|Look back at the twisty road, with Monte Cesen (1570m) in background|
|Headed toward Faverghera, looking toward Belluno and Piave River|
|Pretty wildflowers along the road|
|Looking back from Faverghera toward Col Visentin|