The Campolongo Pass (Passo di Campolongo in Italian) is located in the Dolomite region of Trentino, Italy and rests at an altitude of 1,875 m (6,152 ft.) above sea level. This mountain pass links the town of Corvara in Val Badia with Arabba in a precise north-south direction and joins the list as being one of the highest paved roads in Europe. This pass hosts a spectacular view of the majestic Marmolada glacier and takes those driving through easy bends and curves and lavish pastures as one travels up the summit. Travelers will be met with a series of tight hairpins and steep gradients if starting from Corvara, but the climb eases in the last 3 km and the scenic journey through a set of lush emerald mountain meadows makes traveling this route well worth it. There are a variety of routes that be taken to reach the summit and accessibility is open all year around.