It looks like the perfect spot for high tea - at a new restaurant more than 10,000ft up a mountain in the Austrian Alps.
The eatery - perched on top of the Pitztal glacier - will be linked to a new ski lift to get holidaymakers up the Wildspitze mountain.
The £20million project is due to be open in time for this winter's ski-ing season.
But marketing manager Stefan Richter - who's promised to keep the restaurant's prices more down to earth - explained: "It's going to be breathtaking with amazing views. It will be called '3440' because it is located 3440 metres up the glacier."