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Take your time, stay on your side of the road, and ENJOY the views. This ride is spectacular, and the views are insane! If you get motion sick, make sure you take some meds... this is a ride with massive switchbacks that go on and...More
I drove from Davos, Switzerland to the Stelvio Pass and arrived there at approx 2pm on a Thursday afternoon. It was busy. There were lots of cyclists, motorcyclists, cars, walkers, quad bikers etc.
This did not take away from the view or the actual location....More
We went with motorcycle and it is really nice! Try to do it late afternoon or early morning. The best way to do it is from north to south. Stop at most of corners have a safe place to park and enjoy the views and...More
I climbed Stelvio Pass by road bike, starting from Bormio (Valtellina) on a Saturday morning (end of July). The climb is approximately 22 km long with a steepest part at 14%. However, the last 3 km are the most demanding ones. I then went back...More
A bucket list climb but be prepared to be harassed by a few wannabe Moto GP riders. On the whole a great climb and the majority of cars and Moto's are great but there are always a few who take too much risk which means...More
Response from Augusto N | Reviewed this property |
Hi ! I am not sure, but you can surely check it through the web. My opinion is that it might be opened now . Enjoy your travel and if you can do it, start through the “austrian” side and finish it in italy. For me it is... More
Hi ! I am not sure, but you can surely check it through the web. My opinion is that it might be opened now . Enjoy your travel and if you can do it, start through the “austrian” side and finish it in italy. For me it is nicer !