Dolomites, the legendary climbs of “Giro d’Italia”
Let’s be clear, the real Dolomites are four “Ladin” valleys: Valle di Fassa, Valle Badia, Valle Gardena, Valle d’Ampezzo.
Here are the most beautiful mountains of the Eastern Alps and the climbs made famous by the “Giro d’Italia”.
We take you to the heart of the Dolomites for 7 days of climbing the most famous passes in the world. You will feel part of the legend of the Giro d’Italia, we will take you to see the sunrise at 2500m, all you have to do is train at your best.
Your efforts will be soothed by the splendid regional cuisines: Tyrolean, Ladin, and Venetian, accompanied by the great wines of South Tyrol.
At a Glance
Roads type: Alpine, 100% Tarmac
Bike required: Road/Gravel
Every day 2 different itineraries to choose from.
You are free to mix them to create your personal vacation.
Regular itinerary: 13 passes Giro d’Italia
Total ride distance, 210 miles (340 km)
Total climbing, 30,000 feet (9.100 m)
Extended itinerary: 16 passes Giro d’Italia
Total ride distance, 300 miles (480 km)
Total climbing, 42,700 feet (13.000 m)
The Best Giro Italia climb Passes.
June 26th – July 2nd
July 3rd – July 9th
July 10th – July 16th
August 28th – September 3rd
September 4th – September 10th
7 Days | 6 Nights | 6 rides
DAY 1 Welcome to Italy and a little taste of the Dolomites
DAY 2 The Marmolada Glacier and Fedaia Pass
DAY 3 Big War Mountains: Giau and Falzarego Passes
DAY 4 The heart of Dolomites: 3-Cime Lavaredo Pass
DAY 5 The Legendary 4 Passes route: Pordoi, Sella, Gardena, Campolongo Passes
DAY 6 Plan de Corones: the last three miles
DAY 7 Greetings and see you soon with us on the Italian roads
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