Passo Rolle -Predazzo  Bike Climb - PJAMM Cycling

5
FIETS
12.4 mi
DISTANCE
2,977 ft
GAINED
4.5 %
AVG. GRADE

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This 20 kilometer bike climb is located in Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy. The average gradient is 4.5% and there is a total elevation gain of 907 m, finishing at 1,902 m.

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Passo Rolle is a nice ride in the Dolomites, but it should be down the list below Giau and Pordoi.  Unlike the dramatic rock formations visible during both the Giau and Pordoi climbs, we have mostly pleasant, quiet and wooded surroundings as we ascend Rolle.  

Passo Rolle from Siror (south) is 19.8 km (12.3 mi), 1,127 m (3,700’) at 5.7% average grade with a maximum kilometer of 7.1% and from Predazzo (west) is 20 km (12.4 mi), 908 m (2,979’) at 4.5% average grade with a maximum 1 km of 8%.

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On Rolle we appreciate the alpine setting and lush surroundings

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Several cafes at the top

Passo Rolle has been included in the Giro d’Italia 5 times between 1986 and 2009 (as of 2017 it had not been included since 2009) and was the first Dolomites Pass the Giro ever included (1937).