Multi-temporal image cross-correlation is a method for tracking moving features and can there-fore be used for quantitative assessments of surface displacements. Accuracies of up to 1/8th of the original image geometric resolution can be achieved. We present the results of an analysis carried out on Corvara landslide located in the Italian Dolomites. Image offset-tracking was applied to CosmoSky-Med amplitude images acquired between October 2013 and August 2015. The presence of a validation dataset consisting of periodical GPS surveys carried out on 16 benchmarks represents an ideal opportunity to test the applicability of SAR-based image cross-correlation for landslide monitoring. Despite the relative low accuracy of the results amplitude-based offset-tracking proved to be beneficial due to the ability of this method to capture large displacements. In particular the results evidence its complementarity with respect to multi-temporal interferometry that is confined to slow displacements along E-W directions.