STAGE 4 | STELVIO
The Giro d’Italia has climbed many times the Stelvio. The Stelvio is a must-do for every cyclist and doing it w/o traffic is a unique proposition. At almost 3.000m altitude the Stelvio can be a surprise to many. Weather conditions can change rapidly and the 48 hairpins to the peak are a tough climb as not even the turns do allow resting time for the rider. The timed stretch starts from the beginning and goes first to Gomagoi, then to Trafoi and finally to the Franzenshöhe where the peak can already be seen. Once over the top we cycle through Switzerland back to Prato allo Stelvio – always downhill. Don’t forget your passport.