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Two new routes, with starting from Pinzolo and arriving to Madonna di Campiglio. Sign up for one of the most beautiful and exciting races. We are in the fourth edition and we want to start again with the strength of life, sport and soul. 40 km are the same traveled during the 17th stage at the Giro d’Italia 2020! Madonna di Campiglio and Val Rendena have been Top safety during the covid pandemy. Let’s believe and unit: Go to To Dolomites!
Gran Fondo starts from Pinzolo, a wonderful turistic place during all the seasons, and after a few kilometers there is an important climb for the daring. This climb pass over the Passo Daone and arrives to Ponte Arche.
Then, you go up to Fiavé, with the prehistoric Unesco heritage piles in the direction of Lake Tenno, the green enchanted lake.
It follows the downhill towards Riva del Garda, the lady of the North Garda Lake, but after this there is another climbing until Arco, another wonderful touristic place on the Garda Lake, with its unique Castle, holding on the rocks, with the Rock Master world sport climbing festival, its Olivia which will give you the scents and the charge to go back up to the pass Ballino and Fiavè to then bring out the fire and the passion to cross the Durone pass.
After the effort, look for your strength to resume Val Rendena as during the Giro d’Italia, to climb up to Madonna di Campiglio, The Queen of the Brenta Dolomites. Here you will find all of us, in Sissi Square, to applaud, reflesh and reward you for this great day at the Top Dolomites!
The Gran Fondo starts facing the Passo Daone, just arrived at Ponte Arche it goes up Fiavè towards Lago di Tenno with the downhill towards Riva del Garda and Arco. Then it goes up again to the Passo del Ballino and in Fiavè it faces the Passo Durone and, through the Val Rendena, it reaches Madonna di Campiglio.
The Medio Fondo route goes down to Spiazzo and then faces the Daone Pass. At Ponte Arche it goes up to Fiavè and it goes up to the Passo Durone towards Madonna di Campiglio through Stenico, Massimeno and Pinzolo.