Take a cable car at Passa Falzarego to Val Badia, one of the most evocative places in the Dolomites. The passage affords stunning views of the mountains and operates from late May to early November.

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Away Travel Expert: Christine Loomis
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  • Less than 20 miles from Cortina is Passo Falzarego and a cable car that whisks travelers up to Lagazoul, a skiing and hiking station at about 8,400 feet.
  • There are no poles or towers holding the cables. They run from the bottom to the top with no additional support and it's a nearly vertical ride up the imposing rock face of the mountain. If someone in your group has fear of heights, there's a nice little gift shop and places to sit at the bottom.
  • Once up, there are numerous hiking and walking trails and spectacular views across the dramatic landscape. Or you can explore the maze of tunnels left by World War I soldiers (see Lagazoul). If you don't have a car, you can catch a bus from Cortina to Passo Falzarego.

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