The footpath you have just taken leads to a spectacular panoramic point overlooking the Bletterbach gorge. It is not a route suitable to everyone: it takes roughly half an hour, unravels in the woods, heading uphill, and requires some carefulness.
If you decide to stay here, take advantage of the view. By now you should know your way around: Corno Bianco is hidden, but it is at your right. The Bletterbach is right below, and in the distance, you can see its top part. The gorge separates the villages of Aldino and Redagno, and you can see the latter on your left.
If the day is clear enough, looking further afield you can see the Brenta Dolomitesand the peak of mount Roen. If you cannot see that far, use your hands! Nearby you can find some rocks, and in the insights, there are suggestions on how to learn something about them by touching them carefully.