Passo Falzarego
Passo Falzarego
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1 contribution
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2020 • Family
I visited with my family during ski season (we took a bus there from San Cassiano and paid it 18 euros).

When we got there it was a huge 'line' for the cable car. We waited in 'line'for an hour. And calling it a line is putting it nicely. People on people, getting frustrated, pushing and shoving. There was an italian family particulary unplesant. Pushing people with their skies.

Basicaly when we got on top (300 years later) there was a good view (but a good view you can find anywhere in Dolomit - its kind of their thing). We skied a little and had to pay a taxi back to San Cassiano (6 euros)
Ahhhhhh....super disappointed.

Soooo to finish if you LOVE sking do yourself a favour and just spend your skiing time on the AMAZING Sellaronda :)
Written February 20, 2020
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Jussi U
Hyvinkaa, Finland86 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2016 • Friends
I have been visiting Passo Falzarego several times. I have been driving it with car and motorbike. With motorbike it's a must if you are in the area. Also the "other side" Passo Giau is excellent with motorbike.
There are lots of paths for hiking with excellent view. Also many superb, different level via ferratas, like Astaldi, Lagazuoi tunnels, Col dei Bos, Giovanni Lipella. Also climbing routes with different grade can be found in many places here. Easy climbing routes can be found with easy access in Passo Valparolo, which is just short drive from top of Falzarego. The war museum in Valparolo gives a quick understanding what the conditions were during war.
The place is full of interesting things, depends on what you want to do or see. Or just relax, eat and drink and see other peoples activities.
Written August 17, 2016
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Gustavo P
Rio Grande Da Serra, SP682 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2017
Passo Falzarego is a mandatory visit if you go to Cortina, we went by bike, and the views are wonderful! There's a cafe and a souvenir store!
Also from there you can take the cable car to the top os Lagazuoi that is another wonder!!
Very close to it there are two museums dedicated to the First World War.
Written August 7, 2017
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LockStockandTravel
Speers Point, Australia506 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2014 • Couples
One of the World's classic drives!! If Cortina is the spiritual heart of the Dolomites then the Passo Falzarego and Passo Valparola are the major arteries.

Pros: Well maintained road, lots of hairpins, great driving in a turbo diesel Alfa, cycling heaven (if you don't have the aforementioned vehicle), stunning scenery (even on a dull day) great towns at either end. Cons: Not everyone enjoys driving to the limit (pull over for a photo stop and wait for the slow guys to get ahead), might be troublesome on a wet day or during a snow melt?

Be careful with this drive ..... it's addictive!!
Written September 8, 2014
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alexandrapadua
Padua, Italy117 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2014 • Friends
It is true that Cortina holds the supremacy in the Dolomites area and it is a must visit. But do not forget to travel a little bit further north and go over the Falzarego pass. Then, after you are done with the breathtaking view from the top of the Tofana, continue driving in the Val Parola. It will strike you as a magic place, a fairyland and a definitely a not to miss attraction. They say that the Himalaya scene in the TV movie Marco Polo by director Giuliano Montaldo was shot in this valley. I would not be surprised if it were true.
Written July 9, 2014
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steveg24
Hastings, UK407 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2016 • Family
The beaty of this easily accessible pass is when you use it as a base to take the gondola to Lagazuoi. The views from up here are stunning. There is a reasonable refugio, the added interest of WWI tunnels and an easy walk to the summit.
Written August 4, 2016
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Mazram
Sydney, Australia81 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2015 • Couples
After driving through the Passo Giau we decided to make our way through several villages to Passo Falzarego. As we reached the car park, the sun burst through the clouds and fog and the snow capped mountains glistened in the sunlight. We took the funivia (cable car) to the top of the Lagazuoi and the views were breathtaking. It was September and it was the only cable car operating in the Cortina area but it our benefit we did not have to wait long and we were the only passengers in our cable car. There were many hikers on the mountain walking the well marked tracks between the mountains. We had a hot chocolate at the café at the top of the mountain which is over 2,236 metres high and just enjoyed the view. I can understand why many Hollywood films were shot in the Dolomites and Lagazuoi. I look forward to returning to Falzarego and completing one of the many walks through the mountains and caves.
Written October 18, 2015
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Miss_fufi
Miami, FL9 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2015
This is the place I will go back forever and ever.
just the ride there is amazing. Once you are up the view is spectacular, one of the best of the world. There is a cafe with a nice terrace to have local delicious treats and nice simple local souvenirs. The people that work at Falzarego are all so nice and kind.
Written August 21, 2015
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annagram09
Sydney, Australia826 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2014 • Couples
We visited the summit by the cable car and it was breathtaking. I had been a little anxious about going in the cable car but there was no need to worry. It was a very smooth ride and it did not take long. It was early June and the views all round were just amazing. A must do visit when in Cortina!
Written June 25, 2014
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velpos
Ajdovscina, Slovenia6 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2019
One of the most beautiful passes of Dolomites. Interesant in the summer for Bikeing or Cycling. Grate wiew.
Written November 6, 2019
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