Brenner Pass from Innsbruck via Schönberg

Elevation profile Brenner Pass from Innsbruck via Schönberg
Elevation profile Brenner Pass from Innsbruck via Schönberg
Elevation profile Brenner Pass from Innsbruck via Schönberg
324
difficulty points
2.2%
avg. gradient
9.7%
steepest 100 meters
36.4km
length
819m
total ascent

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Brenner Pass from Innsbruck via Schönberg is a climb in the region Tyrol. It is 36.4km long and bridges 819 vertical meters with an average gradient of 2.2%, resulting in a difficulty score of 324. The top of the ascent is located at 1370 meters above sea level. Climbfinder users shared 1 review/story of this climb and uploaded 2 photos.

Road name: B182

3.0 by Conrad
This is an automatic translation, the original language is: Dutch.
The Brenner is of course a world famous road, for truckers that is. On the bike it is fun but not really a challenge. In 2017 on our way to Bolzano for the start of Giro di Kika we spent the night in Telfes with view on the Brenner, the next day on the bike and the ladies with the caravan. The roa... read more
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Brenner Pass from Innsbruck via Schönberg
Brenner Pass from Innsbruck via Schönberg

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Statistics

Brenner Pass from Innsbruck via Schönberg
This climb
Tyrol
259 climbs
Austrian Alps
631 climbs
Austria
915 climbs
Alps
4833 climbs
Europe
41854 climbs
Difficulty points
324
rank
173
rank
423
rank
427
rank
2905
rank
6980
Average gradient
2.2%
rank
256
84% less steep than
Hoch-Imst
rank
624
86% less steep than
Lammersdorfer Hütte
rank
908
87% less steep than
Kuruzzenkogel from Hofbergweg
rank
4803
92% less steep than
Muro di Cassone
rank
40022
93% less steep than
Calçada do Rêgo Lameiro
Length
36.4km
rank
3
rank
4
rank
4
rank
17
rank
58
Total ascent
819m
rank
47
rank
122
rank
122
rank
1164
61% less ascent than
Colle del Nivolet
rank
2296

Classification

Famous climb
Beautiful scenery
Hidden gem
1 hairpin turn

Road surface condition

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Climbing times

7 km/h 05:12:06
11 km/h 03:18:36
15 km/h 02:25:38
19 km/h 01:54:59

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Conrad
3 y 3.0
This is an automatic translation, the original language is: Dutch. Show original

The Brenner is of course a world famous road, for truckers that is. On the bike it is fun but not really a challenge.
In 2017 on our way to Bolzano for the start of Giro di Kika we spent the night in Telfes with view on the Brenner, the next day on the bike and the ladies with the caravan.
The road is good and reasonably safe, local traffic but almost no foreigners or trucks that race past you.
You ride through idyllic villages and that is for an Alpine lover enjoy. No steep parts and only after Griess you can push for a final sprint.
At the top it is very busy with shoppers etc. We then continued cycling to Bolzano via an old railway through the mountains was quiet and enjoy.

De Brenner is natuurlijk een wereldberoemde weg, voor truckers dan. Op de fiets is het wel leuk maar niet echt een uitdaging.
In 2017 op weg naar Bolzano voor de start van Giro di Kika overnacht in Telfes met uitzicht op de Brenner, de volgende dag op de fiets verder en de dames met de caravan.
De weg is goed en redelijk veilig, lokaal verkeer maar bijna gaan buitenlanders of vrachtwagens die aan je voorbij razen.
Je rijdt door idylische dorpjes en dat is voor een Alpenliefhebber genieten. Geen steile stukken en alleen na Griess kun je even aanzetten voor een eindsprintje.
Boven is het een drukte van jewelste met de shoppers etc. Wij zijn daarna doorgefietst naar Bolzano via een oude spoorweg door de bergen was het heerlijk rustig en genieten.

Brenner Pass from Innsbruck via Schönberg
Brenner Pass from Innsbruck via Schönberg