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Caprile - Fedaia - Pordoi - Caprile

The Marmolada Loop


Testing route suitable for very well-trained cyclists who are up to the climbs (in terms of gradients and distance), in particular the ascent leading to Fedaia Pass.Starting from Caprile the route immediately negotiates Fedaia Pass, at first on steep ramps and then gentler slopes.

KM 71
Elevation gain 2200
Difficulty ****
Category Amateur
Max. gradient 18%
Duration 3h00-3h30

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Marmolada, aka the Queen of the Dolomites, is a mountain group on the border between the provinces of Trento and Belluno, the highest in the Dolomites themselves, with its highest peak at Punta Penia (3,343m above sea level). Its southern side is characterized by steep slopes, on the northern side there is the Marmolada Glacier, the largest in the Dolomites.

A cable car from Malga Ciapèla reaches – through two intermediate stations – the summit station of Punta Rocca. At the second intermediate station (Serauta) you can visit the Museum of the Great War in Marmolada, where the main aspects of the war in the high mountains are addressed. This museum is at the highest altitude in Europe.

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