Elevation profile Monte Baldo from Avio
Elevation profile Monte Baldo from Avio
Elevation profile Monte Baldo from Avio
1161
difficulty points
7%
avg. gradient
13.9%
steepest 100 meters
21.1km
length
1474m
total ascent

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Monte Baldo from Avio is a climb in the region Trentino-Alto Adige / Südtirol. It is 21.1km long and bridges 1474 vertical meters with an average gradient of 7%, resulting in a difficulty score of 1161. The top of the ascent is located at 1617 meters above sea level. Climbfinder users shared 2 reviews/stories of this climb and uploaded 5 photos.

Road name: SP 230

This is an automatic translation, the original language is: Dutch.
Beautiful, but not to be underestimated climb. The lack of spectacular views is made up for by rock faces and steep flanks. Just before the lake (at about 1050m altitude) I turned left (the SP230). This is very steep at first, and then easier. At some point you will pass the Bocca di Navene, whic... read more
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Monte Baldo from Avio
Monte Baldo from Avio
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Monte Baldo from Avio
This climb
Trentino-Alto Adige / Südtirol
358 climbs
Italian Alps
1177 climbs
Alps
3601 climbs
Italy
2441 climbs
Europe
24107 climbs
Difficulty points
1161
HC
rank
35
47% easier than
Scanuppia / Malga Palazzo
rank
109
rank
239
rank
119
rank
336
Average gradient
7%
rank
218
67% less steep than
Muro di Lundo from Lundo
rank
617
74% less steep than
Muro di Cassone
rank
1687
74% less steep than
Muro di Cassone
rank
926
74% less steep than
Muro di Cassone
rank
5198
76% less steep than
Calçada do Rêgo Lameiro
Length
21.1km
rank
29
rank
99
rank
224
rank
159
rank
569
Total ascent
1474m
rank
13
20% less ascent than
Passo dello Stelvio
rank
46
31% less ascent than
Colle del Nivolet
rank
91
31% less ascent than
Colle del Nivolet
rank
57
31% less ascent than
Colle del Nivolet
rank
175

Classification

Famous climb
Beautiful scenery
Hidden gem
22 hairpin turns

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Climbing times

7 km/h 03:00:26
11 km/h 01:54:49
15 km/h 01:24:12
19 km/h 01:06:28

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Reviews/stories (2)

BianchiPeter
1 y
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Beautiful, but not to be underestimated climb. The lack of spectacular views is made up for by rock faces and steep flanks. Just before the lake (at about 1050m altitude) I turned left (the SP230). This is very steep at first, and then easier. At some point you will pass the Bocca di Navene, which is a strip of 50m or so, where you can look across to the lake, and have a spectacular view of Garda. (Of course, you can also pass there on the descent, unless you take the descent to Mori).

Mooie, maar niet te onderschatten beklimming. Het gebrek aan spectaculaire vergezichten wordt goed gemaakt door rotswanden en steile flanken. Net voor het meertje (op ca. 1050m hoogte) ben ik linksaf gegaan (de SP230). Dat is in het begin heel steil, en dan wat makkelijker. Op zeker ogenblik kom je dan langs de Bocca di Navene, wat een strookje is van 50m of zo, waar je naar de overkant kunt kijken, en een spectaculair zicht hebt op het Garda-meer. (je kunt daar natuurlijk ook in de afdaling passeren, tenzij je de afdaling naar Mori neemt.)

Ties
2 y
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My favorite climb when I am on holiday around Lake Garda.
From Avio you cycle along the water and out of the village up and it actually starts from the first meter.
Once you cross the stream you disappear into the woods and rocks and the first 10km are the toughest of the climb.
If it softens then you come to a t-junction and you can also left and counterclockwise cycling upwards, but now you keep following the road right along the small reservoir.
Now you come to the second part and it doesn't get higher than 8%.
Halfway you have a place to stop, otherwise it is climbing to the top.
As the description indicates, this last part contains 2 narrow rock tunnels in a row and beautiful green views.
All in all still a 20km climb and if you don't blow yourself up in the first part, a very nice climb.

Mijn favoriete beklimming als ik rond het Gardameer op vakantie ben.
Vanuit Avio fiets je langs het water het dorp uit omhoog en begint het eigenlijk al vanaf de de eerste meter.
Pas als je over de beek gaat dan verdwijn je in de bossen en rotsen en zijn de eerste 10km het zwaarste van de hele klim.
Als het afzwakt dan kom je op een t-splitsing en kun je ook links af en tegen de klok naar boven fietsen, maar nu blijf je de weg volgen rechts langs het kleine stuwmeer.
Nu kom je in het tweede gedeelte en komt het niet meer boven de 8%.
Halverwege heb je nog een stopplaats, anders is het doorklimmen tot aan de top.
Zoals de beschrijving aangeeft zit in dit laatste gedeelte 2 smalle rotstunneltjes achter elkaar en mooi groene uitzichten.
Al met al toch 20km klimmen en als je je niet opblaast in het eerste gedeelte, een hele mooie klim.

Monte Baldo from Avio
Monte Baldo from Avio
Monte Baldo from Avio
Monte Baldo from Avio

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