Bike Tour Italy, Passo Campolongo Dolomites

Passo Campolongo is one of the  4 passes of the Sella Mountain Group in the Italian Dolomites, this pass is crossed each year by bike riders and skiers in the winter.  Passo Campolongo is one of the climbs included the Dolomiti Maratone each year, and the route on every cyclist bucket list for riding in the Dolomite's.

There are two roads leading up to Passo Campolongo, one from Corvara and the other from Arabba.  There is always a debate on weather the clockwise or counter clockwise route, for the 4 passes, is hardest.  I have enjoyed riding the route both directions and feel the clock wise route is a more exciting and visual route, and the counter clockwise route is the harder ride. 



From Arabba:

  • Belluno Province
  • Length: 4 km
  • Average grade: 7.4%
  • Difficulty: 64.1


From Corvara in Badia

  • Alto-Adige Province
  • Length:  9.46 km
  • Average grade: 3.5%
  • Difficulty: 48.52

Tags: Bike Touring,, Dolomites,, Passo Campolongo,

  • Classic Bike Climbs of Italy
  • Bouldering in Italy
  • Dolomites of Italy
  • Hiking Italy
  • Rock Climbing In Italy
  • Traveling Venice and the Veneto


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