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Stage 14

It is the last effort, but it is also the queen stage of ALPI 4000 with the ascent of RE STELVIO

From Merano staying on the Val Venosta cycle path up to Prato allo Stelvio (918 m a.s.l.). From here you go up for 25 km, with ever increasing slopes.

Stage 11

From Trescone, go up the entire Cavallina valley and skirt the left bank of Lake Endine. Descend to Lovere and skirt the whole of Lake Iseo up to Iseo. From here a succession of bumps in panoramic scenarios, first the climb to the 679 meters of the Passo Tre Termini, then to the 653 meters of the Cocca di Lodrino, follows the 692 meters of the Sella di Preone and finally the 946 meters of the Passo di San Rocco. The descent towards Lake Garda in Gargnano. A few km of the Gardesana state road to be tackled with a lot of ATTENTION. A few tunnels until reaching Campione del Garda.

Stage 7

From Meana di Susa you go up towards the 2178 meters of Colle delle Finestre, a long and demanding climb with the last 8 km of dirt road. The next descent takes us to Val Chisone to then tackle the 2035 meters of Sestriere. A long descent that first takes us to Cesana Torinese and passing through Oulx to the end of the descent in Susa. It returns to the route of the previous stage in Val Susa up to the control of the Bicigrill of Chiusa di San Michele

Stage 6

You leave the refuge and after two km turn right and start the climb in one of the most beautiful sceneries that the Alps can offer. We are in the heart of the PARCO DEL GRANPARIDISO. The climb winds through an enchanting and uncontaminated setting where respect for the environment is felt in the air. After a first series of hairpin bends, we arrive at 2275 meters above sea level of Lago Serrù, site of a stage finish of the Tour of Italy. The road continues up to the Agnes lake at 2300 meters above sea level.

Stage 5

A challenging stage but one that leads us to climb two typical climbs of the Tour of Italy. The departure from Biella and immediately uphill towards the sanctuary of Oropa located 1,159 above sea level, the scene of epic battles in the tour of Italy. From the Sanctuary, standing at high altitude on a path that is unpaved in some points, you go down to Andrate. The track takes us across the plains to the Orco valley in the Canavese area. The road passing through Courgnè in constant ascent takes us to 1062 meters above sea level of Noasca.

Stage 1

A challenging start.

Departure from the sports center of Bormio, altitude 1225 m. Once you leave the sports center, take the Sp 29 towards S. Caterina Valfurva, the 12 km that separate Bormio from S. Caterina take us to an altitude of 1,734 meters. Here begins the climb to P.sso Gavia. The first time of P.sso Gavia on the Tour of Italy dates back to 1960. Legendary stories have been told about this climb with epic feats by the runners.