It is about 10-thousand feet above sea level.
Take a look at this video from inside the funicular while I was going up the side of the mountain.
A roundtrip costs 21-thousand pesos Colombians or about seven U-S dollars.
You can also have a snack or eat dinner at one of the many restaurants where you can try ajiaco (pictured here), a traditional stew-like dish often made with chicken, three types of potatoes, and a herb called “guascas” which are often served with a side of capers and sour cream.
And on a clear day, you can see a panoramic view of Bogota, the third highest capital city in the world, that will take your breath away.