The accessible viewpoint of Col Margherita lies at an altitude of 2514 metres. This imposing rocky spur stretches out over the San Pellegrino Pass, offering one of the most spectacular views of the Dolomites in the Fassa Valley and the Agordino area. The large Col Margherita promontory is accessed directly from the San Pellegrino Pass using the Col Margherita cableway. From the top, the panorama is enough to take your breath away: the Creste di Costabella, Cima Uomo and the Marmolada are in front of you; on your right are Sorapiss, Pelmo, Civetta and Moiazza; behind you are the Pale di San Martino and Pale di San Lucano as far as the splendid Agner tower; to the south lies the Lagorai porphyritic mountain chain, part of the enormous Athesian platform.

There are plenty of attractions at the summit: there is a fully accessible mountain hut with restaurant (InAlto) and a large panoramic terrace. There is also a theme park (Col Margherita Park) with installations and panoramic viewpoints (accessible on foot). The ticket office and entrance to the cableway are both on flat ground, a level higher than the street, and there are no gaps between the boarding platform and the cabin. Once at the top of Col Margherita, exiting the cableway presents no particular problems.