Experience the penultimate stage of the 2013 Giro d’Italia yourself in the northeast of the Italian Dolomites. This 55 km ride features the final three climbs of the stage, starting with the long and epic climb of the Passo Giau (2236m).
This route follows the main Massif Central stage in the 2011 Tour de France. Starting just south of Issoire, it leads through the impressive Monts du Cantal mountains where you will find two major obstacles on your way. First there is the Puy Mary (Pas de Peyrol) at a height of 1589 m.
The Grossglockner is one of the most famous mountain passes in the world. The road across the pass was constructed in the thirties, especially to grant the Austrians better access to the wonderful mountainous landscapes and glaciers.
Discover some of the most beautiful mountains in the world: the Dolomites in northern Italy. The 53 km Sella Ronda circuit contains four climbs: Passo Campolongo, Passo Pordoi, Passo Sella and Passo Gardena.