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A bike hill climb in the Isarco Valley

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  • We don't bike through the center of Chiusa. 
    We don't bike through the center of Chiusa. 
    Photo: Hannes Riegler
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Distance 107.1 km
6:25 h
1,959 m
1,959 m
Valley A varied itinerary with beautiful landscapes.
Very few vehicles circulate on these roads giving the best possible conditions for a racing bike “Powertour”

This itinerary starts in Prato all'Isarco - Blumau north of Bolzano. Take the cycling path northwards and cycle to Bressanone. Once in Bressanone, leave the cycling path and follow the directions for the station and then cycle towards Volturno - Feldthurns. You will cycle along a beautiful slightly uphill panoramic road that will lead you to Volturno. From here, a more technical downhill road will lead you to Chiusa where you will find the other cycling path of the Isarco Valley. Take the cycling path and return towards Ponte Gardena - Waidbruck south of Chiusa. Once you have reached the town, cycle through the historical centre and on the other side of the town, you will find the second climb of the day. Cycle for several kilometres to the Gardena Valley road (SS242), then cycle downhill for a short distance until you reach a crossroads where you will see directions for Albions. You will reach Albions after a short, but steep uphill cycle. Once you reach the town, turn right at the

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