Elevation profile Monte Baldo via Besagno
Elevation profile Monte Baldo via Besagno
Elevation profile Monte Baldo via Besagno
1186
difficulty points
6.6%
avg. gradient
13.4%
steepest 100 meters
22.6km
length
1482m
total ascent

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Monte Baldo via Besagno is a climb in the region Trentino-Alto Adige / Südtirol. It is 22.6km long and bridges 1482 vertical meters with an average gradient of 6.6%, resulting in a difficulty score of 1186. The top of the ascent is located at 1617 meters above sea level. Climbfinder users shared 1 review/story of this climb and uploaded 7 photos.

Road name: Strada Provinciale del Monte Baldo

This is an automatic translation, the original language is: Dutch.
One of many routes ascending the wide Monte Baldo massif, cycled September 2023. Start in town of Mori where the wide busy SP3 climbs up the shadowless valley flank via the first hairpin bends between mostly vineyards and through small villages. After cycling through Bretanico, it's downhill ... read more
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Monte Baldo via Besagno
Monte Baldo via Besagno
Monte Baldo via Besagno
Monte Baldo via Besagno
Monte Baldo via Besagno

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Monte Baldo via Besagno
This climb
Trentino-Alto Adige / Südtirol
417 climbs
Italian Alps
1864 climbs
Alps
5155 climbs
Italy
5479 climbs
Europe
46477 climbs
Difficulty points
1186
rank
43
46% easier than
Scanuppia / Malga Palazzo
rank
138
rank
263
rank
149
rank
395
Average gradient
6.6%
rank
291
69% less steep than
Muro di Lundo from Lundo
rank
1155
75% less steep than
Muro di Cassone
rank
2882
75% less steep than
Muro di Cassone
rank
2382
75% less steep than
Muro di Cassone
rank
12975
78% less steep than
Calçada do Rêgo Lameiro
Length
22.6km
rank
25
rank
87
rank
199
rank
160
rank
630
Total ascent
1482m
rank
14
19% less ascent than
Passo dello Stelvio
rank
57
30% less ascent than
Colle del Nivolet
rank
110
30% less ascent than
Colle del Nivolet
rank
69
30% less ascent than
Colle del Nivolet
rank
230

Classification

Famous climb
Beautiful scenery
Hidden gem
24 hairpin turns

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Climbing times

7 km/h 03:13:37
11 km/h 02:03:13
15 km/h 01:30:21
19 km/h 01:11:20

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patrickbaert
10 Mo 5.0
This is an automatic translation, the original language is: Dutch. Show original

One of many routes ascending the wide Monte Baldo massif, cycled September 2023.
Start in town of Mori where the wide busy SP3 climbs up the shadowless valley flank via the first hairpin bends between mostly vineyards and through small villages.
After cycling through Bretanico, it's downhill for about five kilometres to the next village of San Giacomo. Here again, recuperation downhill for another steep but shorter climbing stretch to the plateau of San Valentino.
Another climbing route, starting in Avio, joins our path here for the final collective final kilometres.
These are wonderful on narrow road with shade at last, past overhanging rock faces, waterfalls and scary rock tunnels and the last few hairpin bends that drop you into an open rugged mountain landscape.
The beautiful summit, called Bocca del Creer , is starting point of many hiking routes which can be seen by the summer cars parked along the roadside. There is only the Albergo Rifugio Graziani for supplies.

Practical: Starting point Mori can be reached from Lake Garda via Torbole -Nago via a nicely constructed car-free signposted cycling route next to the congested SS240 ( towards Brennerautostrade).
Fine asphalt with kilometre markers (0 to 22). The higher one cycles the less traffic!

Long irregular climb up through vineyards with a beautiful mountainous ending.
Definitely recommended.

Eén van de vele routes die in het brede Monte Baldo massief opklimmen, gefietst september 2023.
Start in stadje Mori waar de brede drukke SP3 de schaduwloze valleiflank opklimt via de eerste haarspeldbochten tussen vooral wijngaarden en door kleine dorpjes.
Na doorfietsen Bretanico gaat het stevig bergaf om thv 16% stijgingsverkeersbord te beginnen met een 5 tal kilometer steil klimmen met dubbele cijfers naar volgend dorp San Giacomo. Hier weer even recuperatie bergaf voor een nieuwe steile doch kortere klimstrook tot het plateau van San Valentino.
Een andere klimroute, die vertrekt in Avio (zie Climbfinder), vervoegd hier onze weg voor de laatste gezamenlijke slotkilometers.
Deze zijn wondermooi op smalle weg met eindelijk schaduw, langs overhangende rotswanden, watervallen en enge rotstunnels en de laatste paar haarspeldbochten die je in een open ruw berglandschap doen terechtkomen.
De prachtige top, Bocca del Creer genoemd , is vertrekpunt van vele wandelroutes wat te zien is aan de zomers geparkeerde wagens langs de wegkant. Er is enkel en alleen de Albergo Rifugio Graziani voor bevoorrading.

Praktisch: Startplaats Mori is vanuit het Gardameer via Torbole -Nago bereikbaar via een mooi aangelegde autovrije bewegwijzerde fietsroute naast de overdrukke SS240 ( richting Brennerautostrade).
Prima asfalt met kilometerpalen (0 to 22). Hoe hoger men fietst hoe minder verkeer!

Lange onregelmatige klim omhoog door de wijngaarden met een prachtig bergachtig slot.
Zeker aan te bevelen.

Monte Baldo via Besagno
Monte Baldo via Besagno
Monte Baldo via Besagno
Monte Baldo via Besagno
Monte Baldo via Besagno