Created to protect an area of extraordinary beauty, the park stretches from the Cismon Valley and the river Piave, with heights ranging from 400 meters and the 2563 of the Monte Schiara. The Belluno Dolomites are peripherals, very spectacular as rugged and wild, but rich in rare species and a wide variety of environments. The park sees more than mountains groups: the Feltrine Alps, with steep craggy peaks and grassy slopes, the typical Dolomite Cimonega and the magnificent karst Erera-Brendol and the Piani Eterni. Over the Mis Channel is the Mount Pizzon-Feruch and the “Monti del Sole” group, while separated by the river Cordevole, there is the Schiara-Pelf and the dorsal Mount Talvena-Cima di Pramper, which descends towards the village of Zoldo with its wooded slopes. Among the most interesting aspects of the park there are the Piani eterni with more than 200 caves; and the vegetation: 1500 species of flora, including the campanula Moretti (symbol of the park) and the Alpine larkspur. In the Park live the lynx, the brown bear and the golden jackal, an oriental species that has expanded its area from Balkans to Italy northeastern, as well as chamois, roe deer, deer and bighorn sheep, as well as the fox sable, marten and ermine. Many varieties of raptors, including golden eagles, goshawks, sparrow hawks, kestrels and buzzards, besides the eagle owl, the little owl, boreal owl and the tawny owl. There are three species of vipers.