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Road Bike

Livigno is the ideal resort for road as well as mountain bikes. Not by chance do so many professional teams crowd the streets of Italy’s Little Tibet, as this area is called, to train during summer. Livigno is both the ideal starting area and point of arrival for unforgettable tours, running through some of the most famous and indeed legendary alpine passes of the Giro d’Italia: Stelvio, Bernina, Gavia, Mortirolo, Foscagno, Maloja.

ROAD BIKE TOUR
For the summer of 2021, we have created a new program entirely dedicated to ROAD BIKE! During the week you can choose between several proposals and find the tour that is right During the tours you will be accompanied by a Bike Guide who will give you technical information, logistical and mental support.

Thanks to the precious collaboration between Livigno and Pinarello, you will have a flagship at your disposal to provide technical and logistical assistance during the route, while thanks to the cooperation with ProAction you will have the opportunity to recharge your batteries, testing healthy and certified products that provide the right support during the effort.

WEEKLY PROGRAM: ROADBIKE WITH GUIDES
MONDAY
ENGADIN VALLEY TOUR - 57 H
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A not too difficult round trip of a little more than a hundred kilometres. We start the day with the hardest climb to reach the Forcola Pass (2315 m) and then, after a short descent, the Bernina Pass (2328 m). It continues with a long but not too steep descent, some of which we pedal, a detour to St. Moritz and then across the entire Engadine valley, a succession of ascents and descents through small villages (some sections with porphyry) until we reach Zernez.
From here the last climb of the day with a 400 m height gain which will take us to Ova Spin (1880 m), followed by a short descent to the Munt La Schera Tunnel, where we take a shuttle bus. Once we arrive at the opposite side of the tunnel, only about ten kilometres separates us from Livigno, which we will reach by cycling along the lakeside.
TIME: 5h – 7h
DIFFICULTY: fitness condition 3
ELEVATION: 1460 m (positive) 1550 m (negative)
HIGHEST POINT: Bernina Pass - 2327 m
LOWEST POINT: Zernez - 1468 m
Every Monday you will have the opportunity to do this fantastic tour of ENGADIN in the company of a mtb guide.

Meeting point: between 09.00 and 10.00 c/o Bike Skill Center
Cost: 30,00 € per person.
Price for guests in bike facilities: 10% discount.
Info and Booking: compulsory within 19.00 of the day before the chosen tour. For info contact the MTB Guides: +39 331 3322023 - info@bikelivigno.com.
*The activity takes place with a minimum of 3 participants. Possibility of return by shuttle.

TUESDAY
PASSO DELLO STELVIO with ascent from the Swiss side PASSO UMBRAIL 6h - 8h
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This tour includes the ascent of the Stelvio Pass from the lesser known Swiss side, which was also tackled during the 2017 Tour of Italy. Starting from Livigno, after riding along the lakeside to the Munt la Schera Tunnel, a shuttle bus will take us to the other side. Here the first climb of the day, which is relatively easy, will take us to the Forno Pass (2149 m), followed by a very long descent through the Val Müstair Valley to the beautiful village of Santa Maria. Time for a coffee and then we set off for the real climb of the day. We immediately face a very steep stretch, with inclines of 12%, before a succession of hairpin bends that will take us up the Umbrail Valley where, after an uphill section of 13 km, we will reach the homonymous Pass at an altitude of 2500 m. But it is not over yet, because another 3.6 km separate us from the summit to reach our "Cima Coppi", the Stelvio Pass at an altitude of 2758 m. We will therefore have to be very skilful in distributing our energy along the 16.6 km and 1380 m of total altitude gain. Once we reach the top, we can enjoy a light lunch (not too heavy because Livigno is still far away!) before heading downhill towards Bormio. The descent is not demanding, we'll just have to pay attention in the tunnels, especially if it's a day with a lot of traffic. Once we reach Bormio, we will cover a flat stretch to reach Isolaccia, where the last climb of the day will begin, something not to underestimate given the effort sustained on the Stelvio Pass. It is divided into two parts: the main one, of 15 km to reach the Foscagno Pass (2290 m), followed by a descent of 4 km and then the last stretch of 3 km that will lead us to the Eira Pass (2210 m). The last 6 km of descent will take us back to Livigno.
TIME: 6h – 8h
DIFFICULTY: fitness condition 4
ELEVATION: 3190 m (positive) - 3100 m (negative)
HIGHEST POINT: Stelvio Pass - 2758 m
LOWEST POINT: Bormio - 1292 m
Every Tuesday you will have the opportunity to do this fantastic tour in the company of a mtb guide.

Meeting point: between 09.00 and 10.00 c/o Bike Skill Center
Cost: 30,00 € per person.
Price for guests in bike facilities: 10% discount.
Info and Booking: compulsory within 19.00 of the day before the chosen tour. For info contact the MTB Guides: +39 331 3322023 - info@bikelivigno.com.
*The activity takes place with a minimum of 3 participants. Possibility of return by shuttle.

WEDNESDAY
RIDE WITH THE CHAMPION
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The tour on Wednesday is free for all guests and consists of an tour on a shorter route than the classic tours offered in the weekly calendar, accompanied by one of the professional athletes present in Livigno. Also for this tour you will be followed by a flagship service and you can use the shuttle service for the return to Livigno.

Meeting point: at 09.00 a.m. c/o Bike Skill Center
Cost: free for all participants
Program:
7 July: ELIA VIVIANI
14 July: GIULIO MOLINARI
21 July: BARBARA GUARISCHI
28 July: (THE NAME OF THE CHAMPION WILL BE 'UNVEILED IN THE NEXT DAYS)
Info and Booking: compulsory within 19.00 of the previous day. For info contact the MTB Guides: +39 331 3322023 - info@bikelivigno.com. *The activity takes place with a minimum of 3 participants. Possibility of return by shuttle.

THURSDAY
RIDE WITH THE CHAMPION
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Another great tour, often ridden by professionals training in Livigno, which covers much of the Alta Valtellina as well as the Val Poschiavo in Switzerland. Starting from Livigno, an initial 6 km climb to the Eira Pass (2208 m) will serve as a warm-up for the second 4 km ascent to the Foscagno Pass (2291 m). A long descent will take us into the village of Valdidentro, followed by a plateau to reach Bormio. Here we continue to descend the old State Road SS38 (with several flat sections) for almost 40 km, until we reach Tirano (427 m), the lowest point of our tour. A short stop for a coffee and then it's off again towards the Forcola Pass. We have 35 km of climbing to cover with almost 2000 m of height gain, so we must be careful to conserve our energy for the last (and longest) climb of the day. We immediately enter Switzerland, with the most challenging part of the climb right at the beginning, leading to Lake Poschiavo. Here an 8km stretch will allow us to catch our breath for a while, before continuing on a steady climb for another 22km to the Swiss customs at "La Motta", where we leave the main road to the Bernina Pass to take the route for the Forcola Pass. A virtually flat section of one and a half kilometres will precede the last and hardest part of the climb, with gradients of up to 13%, but we will be rewarded by the beautiful scenery of "I Gessi", which accompanies us to the Forcola Pass (2315 m). A descent of 7 km with only slight bends will take us to the entrance of Livigno.
TIME: 6h – 8h
DIFFICULTY: fitness condition 4
ELEVATION: 2800 m (positive) - 2800 m (negative)
HIGHEST POINT: Forcola Pass - 2315 m
LOWEST POINT: Tirano - 427 m
Every Thursday you will have the opportunity to do this fantastic tour PASSO del FOSCAGNO + PASSO FORCOLA in the company of a mtb guide.

Meeting point: between 09.00 and 10.00 a.m. c/o Bike Skill Center
Cost: 30,00 € per person.
Price for guests in bike facilities: 10% discount.
Info and Booking: compulsory within 19.00 of the day before the chosen tour. For info contact the MTB Guides: +39 331 3322023 - info@bikelivigno.com.
*The activity takes place with a minimum of 3 participants. Possibility of return by shuttle.

FRIDAY
FLÜELA PASS + ALBULA PASS: 6h – 8h
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Although this is an unprecedented tour for most, it is nonetheless extremely beautiful and featuring two main climbs it takes place entirely in Swiss territory. We start and finish in Zernez, 30 km from Livigno, which we will reach with our own transport or with a shuttle service. A short 6 km stretch of flat land to reach the village of Susch and then straight into the climb towards the Flüela Pass. This 13 km climb is quite easy to pedal, the first part with gradients of 8% while the central part becomes a little steeper, reaching 10%. The last 2 km are the easiest, allowing us to catch our breath before reaching the summit of the Flüela Pass, at an altitude of 2383m. A very enjoyable and easy descent takes us to Davos, a famous ski resort in the canton of Graubünden and often home to the World Economic Forum. From here we continue through the long valley, with a few ups and downs in the final part, which will take us to Filisur. This is where we enter the Albula valley and begin the second (and toughest!) ascent of the day. The climb offers spectacular scenery, as we enter a gorge carved out of the rock. The gradients remain constantly steep, with only one central, virtually flat stretch that crosses the village of Bergun, before becoming significantly steeper in the final section to reach the Albula Pass at an altitude of 2312m. The descent back to the Engadin must be tackled with care, given the narrow road and the fatigue accumulated during the day. Once in La Punt, the last 20 km will be a gentle up and downhill that will bring us back to our starting point of Zernez.
TIME: 6h – 8h
DIFFICULTY: fitness condition 4
ELEVATION: 2600 m (positivo) - 2600 m (negativo)
HIGHEST POINT: Flüela Pass - 2384 m
LOWEST POINT: Alvaneu Bad - 951 m
Every Friday you will have the opportunity to do this fantastic tour FLÜELA PASS + ALBULA PASS: in the company of a mtb guide.

Meeting point: between 09.00 a.m. and 10.00 a.m. c/o Bike Skill Center
Cost: 30,00 € per person.
Price for guests in bike facilities: 10% discount.
Info and Booking: compulsory within 19.00 of the day before the chosen tour. For info contact the MTB Guides: +39 331 3322023 - info@bikelivigno.com.

*The activity takes place with a minimum of 3 participants. Possibility of return by shuttle.

SATURDAY AND SUNDAY (on request)
STELVIO PASS with ascent from PRATO STELVIO: 7h - 9h
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The undisputed King, the Stelvio Pass, from its most epic side, the Alto Adige side of Prato Stelvio. A climb that is cycling history, with various appearances in the Tour of Italy (the first in 1965), becoming "Cima Coppi", i.e. the highest point covered during the stage race. Starting from Livigno, we will ride along the lakeside to the Munt La Schera tunnel, which we will cross with the help of a shuttle bus. Once we reach the opposite side, the first ascent of the day will take us to the Forno Pass (2149 m). A pedalable climb, of less than 10 km with a little more than 400 m of height gain, followed by a very long descent through the Val Müstair Valley which will take us to Glorenza. Here a flat stretch will lead us to Prato Stelvio, time for a coffee then we set off for the real climb of the day. The first 8 km are easy to pedal with a moderate incline. Then, a practically flat stretch will take us to the first of the 48 hairpin bends, each one numbered right to the top. Once we reach Trafoi, the road becomes steep and here we will have the most important inclines (up to 16%). The view of Mount Ortles will keep us company during our last efforts to reach the 2758 m of the Stelvio Pass, allowing us to fully enjoy the panorama, a unique environment with its peaks and glaciers. At the pass we’ll take the opportunity of having a light lunch and, after the obligatory photos, we head for Bormio. The descent is not demanding, we will only have to pay attention in the tunnels, especially if it’s a day with a lot of traffic. Once we reach Bormio, we will cover a flat stretch to reach Isolaccia to face the last climb of the day, something not to underestimate given the effort sustained on the Stelvio Pass. It is divided into two parts: the main one, of 15 km to reach the Foscagno Pass (2290 m), followed by a descent of 4 km and then the last stretch of 3 km that will lead us to the Eira Pass (2210 m).
The last 6 km of descent will take us back to Livigno.
TIME: 6h – 8h
DIFFICULTY: fitness condition 4
ELEVATION: 2600 m (positivo) - 2600 m (negativo)
HIGHEST POINT: Flüela Pass - 2384 m
LOWEST POINT: Alvaneu Bad - 951 m
The excursion takes place only on request; for info contact the MTB Guides: +39 331 3322023 - info@bikelivigno.com.

SATURDAY AND SUNDAY (on request)
PASSO DEL MORTIROLO + PASSO GAVIA: 6h – 8h
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This classic one-of-a-kind tour, with its two epic climbs has been tackled several times during the Tour of Italy. Given the difficulty and length of the route, which would be excessive from Livigno, we will start and finish this tour in Bormio, arriving there with own transport or with a shuttle service.
We start by going down the old SS38 for 30 km until we reach Mazzo di Valtellina, where we begin our climb up the Foppa Pass, better known as the Mortirolo Pass (a more classic one, as there are actually two other versions on the Valtellina side). It involves killer gradients with some as steep as 18% over a distance of 12.4 km and 1300 m of height gain.
The real challenge will be to pedal the entire climb without ever setting foot on the ground, so prepare a suitable set of sprockets to reach the summit! Once we reach the pass, after the traditional photos, a pleasant descent on the Brescia side takes us to Monno, in Alta Val Camonica. A 14 km relatively flat stretch will take us to Ponte di Legno (1258 m) where we can enjoy a quick (and not too heavy!) lunch. This is where the second and final ascent of the day begins: the Gavia Pass.
The climb is 17.8 km long, with a maximum gradient of 16%. The Gavia certainly doesn't have the same gradient as the Mortirolo, but it has to be said that we'll be tackling it at the end of the day, after the Mortirolo, and so, in order to reach an altitude of 2621 m, you're definitely going to feel fatigued!
However, the satisfaction of reaching the summit is beyond words: today we managed to accomplish two of the most epic climbs in cycling history. Now we just have to face the descent to Santa Caterina Valfurva (with due care, given the narrow road and the amount of blind bends) followed by the final, slightly downhill stretch, to Bormio.
TIME: 6h – 8h
DIFFICULTY: fitness condition 4
ELEVATION: 3250 m (positive) - 3250 m (negative)
HIGHEST POINT: Gavia Pass - 2621 m
LOWEST POINT: Mazzo di Valtellina - 542 m
The excursion takes place only on request; for info contact the MTB Guides: +39 331 3322023 - info@bikelivigno.com.

CANCANO LAKES
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A round trip from Livigno to the Cancano Lakes, stage 18 finish of the 2020 Tour of Italy. Starting from Livigno, we begin with a 6 km climb to the Eira Pass (2208 m) followed by a short descent to the village of Trepalle and then another 4 km climb to the Foscagno Pass (2291 m). We continue downhill to the village of Valdidentro, more precisely to Isolaccia where, from the roundabout, we tackle a climb to the "Torri di Fraele". We will approach it from this side as was the case during the 2020 Tour of Italy, an 8 km climb with 21 hairpin bends which presents its most challenging section in the middle, with a maximum gradient of 11%. The second part involves the majority of the hairpin bends and is very rideable with gradients of around 7%. On reaching the "Torri di Fraele", about 1.5 kilometres of flat terrain flanking Lake Monte Scale anticipates the last short uphill stretch of 500 m. This will take us to the Cancano lakes (1945 m), where we can also grab a light lunch at the mountain refuge. The first part of the return journey will be downhill on the same road as the ascent, then we will keep to the left and descend to Premadio. We then take the State Road 301 which leads to Foscagno, starting with a flat section that brings us back to Isolaccia, where we initially started the climb on the way up. The last climb of the day will be divided into two parts: the main one of 15 km to reach the Foscagno Pass (2290 m), followed by a descent of 4 km before the last 3 km climb to the Eira Pass (2210 m). The last 6 km of descent will bring us back to Livigno.
TIME: 4h – 6h
DIFFICULTY: fitness condition 3
ELEVATION: 2550 m (positive) - 2550 m (negative)
HIGHEST POINT: Foscagno Pass - 2291 m
LOWEST POINT: Isolaccia - 1296 m
The excursion takes place only on request; for info contact the MTB Guides: +39 331 3322023 - info@bikelivigno.com.
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