North of Venice, in the first row of mountains, there are some hidden treasures, especially during winter times. Here, some karst caves opens in the Lower Cretaceous limestones of Col Visentin, near Belluno.

The Busa da Camp or Spelonca da Camp cave has an entrance with a diameter of about 15 m, with a total depth of about 60 m, apparently nothing special, opening at about 1400 m asl. During wintertime, however, the cave is draped by a lot of stalactites and stalagmites made of ice, creating a magnificent landscape.

During December 30th 2018, I went with some biologists to check the presence of bats in the cave, but nothing was present. In the meanwhile, I took some picture of this fantastic scenery.