With regard to Morphotectodynamics, the Dolomites are located within the belt of Alpine orogenesis: high relief energy is usually recorded, with considerable variation in height between mountain tops and valley floors. More particularly, there is evidence of active or recent tectonics as witnessed by fault planes and scarps, stream cuts, fluvial elbows, saddles, crest displacements etc., all of which provide clear scientific and educational examples. Evident examples are found in upper Val Badia (N and NE of Corvara) or in mid-Val di Fassa (N of Pera); more detailed features, such as slope furrows, are also found, like at Forcella Piccola of Mt. Antelao. Particular evidence of links between erosional, sedimentation and pedogenesis processes from a neotectonic angle can also be observed, as at Col Bechei, in Fanes Dolomites.