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Cascata del Toce, also known as Toce Falls, is a waterfall located in the Piedmont region of northern Italy. It is located near the town of Formazza, in the province of Verbano-Cusio-Ossola, and is a popular tourist attraction in the area.

The waterfall is formed by the Toce river, which originates from the Ticino region of Switzerland and flows through the Italian Alps. The water drops over 143 meters (470 feet) in a series of terraces, creating a stunning natural spectacle.

The best time to visit Cascata del Toce is during the summer months, when the snow from the winter has melted and the water flow is at its strongest. Visitors can reach the waterfall via a short walk from the nearby car park, and there is a viewing platform that offers stunning views of the falls and surrounding landscape.

In addition to its natural beauty, Cascata del Toce is also home to a number of species of wildlife, including marmots, chamois, and ibex. The surrounding area is also popular for hiking and mountain biking, with a number of trails that offer stunning views of the waterfall and the surrounding mountains.