BIKE TOURING PASSO FALZAREGO | DOLOMITES

Bike Tour Italy, Passo Falzarego Dolomite's

Passo di Falzarego, 2.105 m above the sea level, is a high mountain pass in the Belluno Province, Veneto Region. It mainly connects Andráz and Cortina d'Ampezzo. Site of WWI battles and flanked by the Tofane Mountain group. The Pass is a classic if you are making the loop ride over Passo Giau from Alleghe or Cortina d'Ampezzo.   There are two sides to ride, but I recommend the descent from Passo Falzarego to Capria, this is one of the best downhills rides in the Dolomites.

To arrive to the summit, starting from Cortina, the Passo Falzarego ascent is 16.4 km long. Over this distance, you climb 913 meters. The average percentage is thus 5.6 %. And starting from Caprile, the Passo Falzarego ascent is 20.46 km long. Over this distance, you climb 1119 meters. The average percentage is thus 5.5 %.


Passo Falzarego Dolomites, Map

 

Bike Tour Passo di Falzarego From Cortina:

  • Belluno Province
  • Length: 16.4 km
  • Average grade: 5.6%
  • Diffiuclty: 100.79

Bike Tour Passo di Falzarego from Caprile

  • Belluno Province
  • Length:  20.46
  • Average grade: 5.5%
  • Difficulty: 11.83

Tags: Bike Touring,, Dolomites,

  • Classic Bike Climbs of Italy
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  • Dolomites of Italy
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