From the summit plateau, a wide flat clearing, a breathtaking view sweeps at 360° on the rock walls, on the slopes below and the nearby Triassic gypsum. When the air is clear the view stretches from the Apennines to the Alps.
Along the slope that descends gently to the northwest it’s possible to read the correspondence between the arrangement of the layers and the trend of the slope. The meadows and arable land lining the slope were once much larger.
With the abandonment of agricultural land occurred in the 50s and 60s, shrubs and trees have gradually recolonized the open areas, changing environments and the landscape, which is in permanent evolution in relation to nature and to human uses.