Between the Valle del Cordevole and the Val Badia, the Campolongo Pass connects the Sella Pass and the Gardena Pass. Itinerary and useful tips.
With the Campolongo Pass, the fantastic ring that goes around the Sella Group, or the famous Sellaronda, which connects the Gardena Pass, the Sella Pass and the Pordoi Pass, ends with thousands of mountain, two-wheel and winter sports lovers.
|Altitude (meters above sea level)||1.875 m|
|connection||Corvara in Val Badia / Arabba|
|Number of hairpin bends||19|
|What to see in the surroundings||Ladin Museum in St. Martin in Thurn|
|Typical dishes of the area||Dumplings, mezzelune, speck, strudel ...|
|Road conditions and notes||very good condition|
The numerous stages of the Tour of Italy and its ease of travel have made the pass very popular with cyclists. The Campolongo Pass, Together with Sella Pass, Gardena Pass and Pordoi Pass, form the Sellaronda, for an itinerario skiing, road, cycling and hiking.
the itinerary itself is very short and fast, it takes about 20 minutes for a total of almost 11 kilometers, to reach 1.875 meters along the SP244 from Arabba a Corvara.
What makes this pass interesting is its low degree of difficulty and a very well maintained road surface. The presence of numerous rest areas where you can stop for a picnic while admiring the The Dolomites is another point in its favor.