Passo Praderadego is a favorite climb up the south face of Monte Cesen. It has a wild remote feel, despite being easily accessible. After leaving the Vittorio Veneto-Valdobbiadene road it begins climbing steadly, with only a couple of easier stretches. Beside the dense forest and views of the distant pianura there are towering cliffs to admire. At the top are some places for visitors to eat. From here you can descend to Mel and then climb up to Passo San Boldo. Wondeful area.
At the top
A lodge on the pass
Look back toward the pianura
The twisty bits
Suncreen my triathlete friend Bob recommended. Excellent!