Description: Col Rodella has a peculiar "panettone-like" shape that makes this mountain easy to be spotted from any village of the Val di Fassa. Once you reach the top, after an ascent by cable car (from Campitello) that covers a change in altitude of about 1,000 m, the view of the Sassolungo leaves you breathless. The Sassolungo group is formed by a multitude of needle-like spires and pinnacles that reign over the grassland underneath. On the left extremity, in direction of Alpe di Siusi, the group ends with triangular pyramid-shaped Sassopiatto, the escarpment at the margins of this very ancient coral reef. The scenery is great for taking pictures of Torri del Sella, Sass Pordoi and Piz Boè, Gran Vernel, Marmolada, Colac and Crepa Neigra.