In Ladin "Renac"
The village of Renaz is located along the Dolomite road to Arabba. The hamlet is located in a place that is morphologically very flat compared to the rest of the Fodom Valley. The village is famous for the Latteria di Livinallongo (Livinallongo Dairy), where all the milk from local farmers is processed to create dairy products. In Renaz there is also a Church dedicated to the Black Madonna, and after a recent restoration, the original drawings on the walls can still be seen inside. There is also a renowned carpenter's workshop near the church, which creates carpentry objects and typical handicrafts, as well as custom-made furniture.
Just above Renaz, on the road to Cherz, is the hamlet of Le Roe, consisting of a number of recently built family blocks of flats. The name is also extended to the forest surrounding the hamlet and just above Renaz.
A little further away from the hamlet of Renaz, heading east, is the hamlet of Crepaz, "Carpac" in dialect, consisting of a few families. From here, a road leads to the new Gliera hamlet. Continuing along the remaining dirt track, you will reach the hamlet of Fossal, consisting of a few houses and a large carpenter's workshop where much material from the area is processed. At the crossroads in front of you, turn right to reach the hamlet of Ornella, while if you continue to the left you will first reach the hamlet of San Giovanni, which has a church dedicated to St John, and next to it the former sacristan's house, now run by the Sisters Disciples of the Gospel, and then the small hamlet of Pezzei. Situated just below the village of Pezzei is the hamlet of Ruaz, a small, very unusual hamlet that has retained the charm of the past.
Going up towards Arabba, you will pass through the locality of Alfauro, where there was once a large presence of blacksmiths with their workshops.