The mountain station, at the top of Porta Vescovo, is located right on the ancient Viale del Pane, a medieval path named this way because it was used for the trade of flour and grain.
Today, the Viel dal pan has become a high-altitude path easily accessible to all, offering spectacular views of the Marmolada glacier, the Gran Vernel and Lake Fedaia.
 
For the more sporty, the via Ferrata delle Trincee is recommended, a route that goes from Porta Vescovo to the Mesolina massif, so you can get to the beginning of the fixed rope route with the cable car. Along this roped area there are still some stations used in times of war.


At Porta Vescovo, the little ones can get to know and admire an important colony of marmots that have always lived at high altitude. You can encounter them along the path that leads from the Luigi Gorza Refuge to the Padon Pass.
 
For mountain bikers, the Dolomiti Porta Vescovo Resort is a must-see destination, you go up from Arabba by cable car to then descend the almost 1000 meters of uneven terrain . A complex network of MTB tracks is in the planning stages, the project will be inaugurated in the summer of 2016.