The accessible viewpoint of Mount Faloria, which lies at an altitude of 2123 metres, is an imposing rock spur that stretches out over the Ampezzo valley and offers a spectacular view of Cortina d’Ampezzo and the most famous peaks of the World Heritage Site. It is the ideal location to admire the stunning mountains surrounding Cortina: the Cristallo range, Croda Rossa, Pomagagnon, Tofane, Croda da Lago and Becco di Mezzodì, as well as peaks further in the distance – Pelmo, Civetta, Marmolada, the Sennes group and even the Tre Cime di Lavaredo.

This magnificent natural terrace is accessed directly from the centre of Cortina d’Ampezzo by the Faloria cableway. The lift consists of a cableway in two sections with a middle station in Mandres, at an altitude of 1500 metres. The first Cortina-Mandres section has a moderate gradient and goes through the woods on the slopes around Cortina. The second section, Mandres-Faloria, makes its way up the rocky spur at a dizzying incline, the climb in itself a thrilling experience. At the summit, which lies at 2120 metres, the view from the natural terrace is stunning and you can have something to eat at the Faloria mountain hut (fully accessible) where, from winter 2020 onwards, you will also be able to stay overnight.