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01 - 48 unforgettable hairpin bends up the Stilfserjoch.

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  • 48 unvergessliche Kehren bis zur Passhöhe und dann über den legendären Umbrail-Pass in die Schweiz.
    48 unvergessliche Kehren bis zur Passhöhe und dann über den legendären Umbrail-Pass in die Schweiz.
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Distance 61.5 km
4:16 h
1,902 m
1,901 m
2,758 m
893 m
Over the Stelvio Pass.
There are a few passes that racing cyclists must have ridden in their lives. One of them is definitely the Stelvio Pass, the "Passo dello Stelvio". But instead of just cranking up and letting your eyes roam over the glacier fields of the Ortler, this tour continues over the equally legendary Umbrail Pass into Switzerland.

From Prad, take the main road to the Stelvio Pass ➊, which is 48 numbered hairpin bends and 25 kilometres. At the junction after three kilometres, turn right to the Umbrail Pass ➋ and continue to Santa Maria im Münstertal ➌. Through Taufers ➍ and further along the partly newly asphalted road along the Rambach. From the SS 40 before the town gate of Glurns ➎ turn right onto the provincial road SP 50 and then back to Prad.


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