La Cima Coppi

La Cima Coppi

Bormio - Passo dello Stelvio

Not an impossible pass but it presents a challenge because of its altitude _ don't tire yourself out early. - Davide CassaniAn emblem of the cycling world, the COPPI SUMMIT this pass can be reached from three slopes. This is the Valtellina trail that climbs up along the Braulio Valley, with its formidable waterfall and a succession of hairpin turns through an untouched wilderness.

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The silence is only interrupted by the exertion of Cyclists and the whistle of the woodchucks. The chamois, ibex, and eagles who make their home here in the Stelvio National Park make this an unforgettable and enjoyable ride.


Roadbook
  • Start at Fermata1
  • Go north on Via Milano toward Sentiero n° N280- Via Cacciatori delle Alpi / Via Cacciatori delle Alpi
  • Continue on Via Stelvio
  • Arrive at Fermata2, on the left
  • Depart Fermata2
  • Continue north on Via Stelvio
  • Turn left on SS38
  • Arrive at Fermata3, on the left
  • Depart Fermata3
  • Continue north on SS38
  • Continue on Via Stelvio
  • Continue on Sentiero n° S533- Via Stelvio
  • Continue on Sentiero n° S505- Via Stelvio
  • Continue on Sentiero n° S505- SS38
  • Turn right at Strada senza nome to stay on Sentiero n° S505- SS38
  • Turn left on SS38
  • Turn left on Sentiero n° S505.1- SS38
  • Continue on Sentiero n° S505.1
  • Continue on Strada Statale
  • Continue on Sentiero n° S505
  • Continue on SS38
  • Bear left on Sentiero n° S505- SS38
  • Bear right on Sentiero n° S505
  • Make sharp right on Sentiero n° S505- SS38
  • Finish at Fermata4, on the right
ELEVATION PROFILE MAP
Ground statistics
Natural : 4%
Asphalt : 96%





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