The Sellaronda, or Tour of the Four Passes, is one of the most fulfilling cycling routes. A 66 km tour on road, with four mountain passes to climb, just as many Ladin valleys to cross and amazing Dolomites landscapes that fill your eyes. From Canazei, set off to Pordoi (S.S. 48), a pass that has been ...
At Pordoi Pass, first stop by Fausto Coppi’s memorial, reminding the legendary ventures of this champion. At the inauguration in July 2000 took part the daughter Marina and Coppi’s three gregarious, Ettore Milano, Franco Giacchero and Michele Gismondi. Second stop by Gilberto Simoni’s Wilier Triestina Cento1, embedded since 2011 in a rock-and-steel monument. This is the very same bike the rider from Trentino entered the Arena of Verona with, at the end of his last Giro d’Italia, in 2010.Author's advice: Recommended periods: from the end of April to the end of June and from September to end October. During the months of July and August, traffic is particularly severe on Dolomites passes (cars, motorcycles, buses).
Climb of Giro d’Italia from Canazei to Pordoi Pass: average gradient 6,7%, with maximum peaks of 10%, hairpin turns: 27. First refreshment points at Piande Frataces, Pecol and Pordoi Pass.E-bike charging station and kit for minor repairs by the valley station of Pordoi cable car.
Descent of Giro d'Italia from Sella Pass to Canazei (crossroads on S.S. 48): 12 km, average gradient 7,9%, with maximum peaks of 13%, hairpin turns: 20. Refreshment points in Val di Fassa at Sella Pass, Pian de Schiavaneis and Pian de Frataces.