Mt. Favogna above Magré is connected to the Mendola Ridge by the 1,563 m high Sella di Favogna pass.
Mt. Favogna, a more than 1,000 high plateau mountain, is located in front of the Mendola Ridge in the east and declines steeply towards the Valle dell'Adige valley and - in the north - towards the gorge of the Rio Favogna brook. By the Sella di Favogna pass (1,563 m a.s.l.) it is connected to the Mendola Ridge. The mountain is divided into two parts: Mt. Favogna di Sopra (Upper Favogna) with the 1,468 m high Mt. Croda Corvara as its highest elevation and Mt. Favogna di Sotto (Lower Favogna) which rises up to the 1,1167 m high Giggereck peak at the border to the Trentino.
The local mountain of Magré and Cortaccia (called Fennberg, in German, and Monte Favogna, in Italian) is a well-known excursion destination with two hamlets and Lake Favogna, a biotope and popular bathing lake in summer. Also some highlights, such as the sequoia trees of Fennhals, planted in honour of Emperor Franz Josef of Austria in 1898, or the "Teitsche Stoan", a striking viewpoint with a bronze plaque, can be found here.