Its terrace is famous enough for it to warrant a mention in Bell'Italia, the Touring Club Guide, the Rivista della Montagna (the Mountain Magazine) and many other publications.
It is on the peak of Mount Lagazuoi above the Falzarego Pass,halfway between Cortina d'Ampezzo and the Badia Valley, along the Alta Via No. 1 and 9, between the Natural Parks of Fanes and Sennes and the d'Ampezzo Dolomites.
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Easy to reach on foot or by taking the Lagazuoi cable car, it is a perfect base for visiting the restored tunnels, trenches and emplacements of the open air museum of the Great War, for skiing in the Cortina and Badia Valley territory and along the famous Armentarola slope, the longest and most spectacular in the Dolomites.
You can stay overnight, and there are also bar and restaurant facilities offering local cuisine; two delicious dishes are polenta with venison and Strudel.