The Passo Fedaia sits at an altitude of 2,057 m (6,749 ft.) above sea level and navigated by paved road Strada Statale 641del passo Fedaia. This high mountain pass sits at the norther border of the Marmolada - dubbed as the highest peak in the district and the Dolomite. The Passo Fadaia is renowned for its exquisite landscape and one of the most spectacular canyons of Europe (Serrai di Sottoguda) can be viewed as travelers ascend towards the summit. This pass was also was the filming location for Italian Job and has been climbed numerous times by the annual bicycling race Giro d’Italia. Vertical drops and an infinite maze of serpentine twists and turns through avalanche shelters make this pass a favorite those who enjoy a thrill ride. This pass is accessible from the May-October, but drivers are warned to be mindful when driving through tunnels in July - as it is known for hosting an icy road.