Passo Campolongo - Arabba Bike Climb - PJAMM Cycling

Passo Campolongo - Arabba


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Climb Summary

Campolongo Climb Summary

Passo Campolongo from Corvaro (6.1 km at 5.7%)

Amazing views of Sassongher Peak behind us as we climb.

This is our first pass of the Sella Ronda starting from Arabba and going counter-clockwise.  We believe the Sella Ronda  is one of (if not THE) greatest cycling loops in the world.  This loop circles the Sella Gruppo and can be ridden by bike in during the cycling season and skied during the winter using the Sella Ronda ski lift carousel.  

Sella Ronda Bike Day is in June each day and climbs in this order:  Sella-Pordoi-Campolongo-Gardena.

Reverse the Route - Pordoi-Sella-Gardena-Campolongo loop.  

On our second trip to the Dolomites we stayed at Hotel Cir at the Col Gardena - great spot, cannot go wrong there.

Passo Campolongo from Arabba (11.8 km at 6.3%)

Col de Stagni near top of climb from Covarai

View of Piz Boè (Arabba route)

Piz Boè is the highest mountain of the Sella Group (3,152 m)