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Trip Highlights
  • Climb the epic Stelvio and Motirolo passes
  • Fully flexible holiday arriving any day for any length of time
  • Incredible Alpine views
  • Excellent bike hire
3 nights from£415.00
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The Stelvio & Mortirolo Weekender

We can tailor make this trip for you

What we love About The Stelvio & Mortirolo Weekender

We love...Bucket List Climbs
The Stelvio, Mortirolo and other climbs around Bormio are a regular feature of the Giro dÍtalia. Take on these behemoths and follow in the tracks of legends.

We love...The Views
The high mountain passes of Italy offer spectacular views. Snow capped mountains, plunging valleys and pristine tarmac roads offer an unparalleled experience.
We love...Italian Food and Wine
Enjoy a glass of red at the end of every evening and refuel on superbly cooked pasta and pizza.

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Day by Day

Day 1Arrival into Milan

Our Stelvio and Mortirolo trip is entirely flexible and this is just our suggested itinerary. Arrive into one of the Milanese airports and we will pick you up and take you to Bormio. We work with many hotels in Bormio from budget to luxury so just let us know what you prefer.

Day 2Climb the Stelvio

Today is the day to tackle the iconic Stelvio. All our hotels are located at the foot of the climb so we suggest climbing from Bormio and then returning back up from Prato.

Day 3Climb the Mortirolo

Head south and experience both the Mortirolo and the beautiful Gavia pass. The views are stunning and this is your chance to tick off two more epic passes.

Day 4Departure

Today we will take you back to Milan or you can choose to extend your stay with us.

Key Stats

24km long at 7.4% average
Passo dello Stelvio from Prato
21.5km long at 7.1% average
Passo dello Stelvio from Bormio
12.4km long at 10.5% average
Mortirolo from Mazzo

How's the Weather? in The Italian Alps

The SpringMarch to May
The cycling season can sometimes begin very late May but the weather can often mean the passes are closed if Spring has been col.
The SummerJune to August
The summer is the best time to ride the Stelvio and Mortirolo. The weather in the Alps is of course changeable so you should be equipped for warm and cold weather riding.
The AutumnSeptember to November
You can still ride the passes usually in early autumn but any later and inclement weather is likely to close the passes.
The WinterDecember to February
The winter is the playground of the skier rather than the cyclist!

Area InformationFor The Italian Alps

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