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Stelvio Pass

#1 of 30 things to do in Bormio Features Animals
Nr. Ortler, Monte Livrio, Monte Scorluzzo, and Monte Zebru, 23032 Bormio, Italy
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Better than Expected - If you love driving must to visit.

I heared so much of this Pass, and in spite of the great feedbacks I was skaptic, looking at the... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Berlin, Germany
Worth driving through but not for the faint hearted

Breath taking views, the road is one lane traffic which means if another car comes from the... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
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Nr. Ortler, Monte Livrio, Monte Scorluzzo, and Monte Zebru, 23032 Bormio, Italy
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Reviewed 2 days ago

I heared so much of this Pass, and in spite of the great feedbacks I was skaptic, looking at the narrow roads and high traffic. I am drive enthusiast, and planned our holiday for best passes. We came with a BMW 530d g30, to rock...More

Thank Steingastner
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Breath taking views, the road is one lane traffic which means if another car comes from the opposite direction, one has to reverse. You have to watch cars coming from the distance so that one can stop where the road is wider to allow for...More

Thank toniobStVenera_Malta
Reviewed 1 week ago

Not only this pass is as legendary as it can be and is very enjoyable for all of drivers (of cars, motorcycles and cycles), it is more than just an Alpine pass. On the top there is a nice little village with hotels, souvenir shops,...More

Thank KemikOjstra
Reviewed 1 week ago

I was there with my one-day-old Alfa Romeo Stelvio to see what the name really means :). My recommendation is to start from Prato early morning, as before noon and later many bikers will come and then it is not easy to enjoy the ride....More

Thank ShanTingShi
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

For those who love cycling this is a mandatory spot, you have to climb it. The chanlenge and the views are the top of the tops! Grab a coat before your ride, the descent is always cold!

Thank Luis F
Reviewed 1 week ago

Most all cyclists know this famous climb and it's a must-do on the 'bucket list". I have climbed tis beast twice - once in the snow last June and another in perfect conditions this July. Conditions can vary so beware!

Thank John M B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The place is beautiful. Plenty of nice hiking routes and few mountains to climb. Great drive but could be crowdy in July. There are not many place to have something to eat. it looks like abandoned ski resort from the 70s however we really enjoyed...More

Thank paula_sze
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

While any picture of the Stelvio Pass is breathtaking from both an engineering and scenic point of view there is nothing to beat riding up it knowing that you're going where Mercx, Coppi, Indurain, Lemond and most recently Tom Dumoulin - and pretty much any...More

Thank johnsenior2017
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Drove a Range Rover Sport over the pass supporting a cycle team. Planning to return in my Merc. SLK to doe it properly next year.....

Thank Valiant18
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

After hearing many stories about this pass the time has come to climb it on road bike. It was a great experience. Great physical workout and incredible scenery. Every cyclist should do it. Only "-" is thst the drivers and bilers love that place too...More

Thank focuscav
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Sam T
26 January 2017|
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Response from Sean K | Reviewed this property |
I came here at the end of July/Early August and there was snow at the top of the pass. It was very, VERY cold at the top and I would highly advise you layer up. I would post a picture but it wont let me.
Mary Ann F
15 December 2016|
Response from sasha817 | Reviewed this property |
Well at least they advertise something like you want ;) open bormio (dot) eu and then under Activities / Sports / Snow you'll find Dog Sled Husky Village - even though I am not sure about actuality of such information... More
Mary Ann F
12 November 2016|
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Response from rescas | Reviewed this property |
Generally speaking: NO. The pass will be closed as soon as snow arrives and in December I guess there is already a lot of snow. It will re open, presumably, some day in May.