Passo Campolongo from Corvara

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Elevation profile Passo Campolongo from Corvara
Elevation profile Passo Campolongo from Corvara
Elevation profile Passo Campolongo from Corvara
235
difficulty points
5.9%
avg. gradient
10.1%
steepest 100 meters
6km
length
351m
total ascent

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Passo Campolongo from Corvara is a climb in the region Dolomites. It is 6km long and bridges 351 vertical meters with an average gradient of 5.9%, resulting in a difficulty score of 235. The top of the ascent is located at 1875 meters above sea level. Climbfinder users shared 6 reviews of this climb and uploaded 19 photos.

Road names: Strada Col Alt & SP244

This is an automatic translation, the original language is: Dutch.
Slightly strange climb. Winds up directly from the relatively busy Corvara. Strangely enough, the bends are steeper than the rest of the climb. After the series of turns follows a long spur where the wind is often on the head. New asphalt, quite a lot of traffic, little hindrance. ... read more
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Passo Campolongo from Corvara
Passo Campolongo from Corvara
Passo Campolongo from Corvara
Passo Campolongo from Corvara
Passo Campolongo from Corvara

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Passo Campolongo from Corvara
This climb
Dolomites
189 climbs
Trentino-Alto Adige / Südtirol
413 climbs
Italian Alps
1767 climbs
Alps
4948 climbs
Italy
4863 climbs
Europe
42404 climbs
Difficulty points
235
rank
151
87% easier than
Monte Grappa from Possagno
rank
351
89% easier than
Scanuppia / Malga Palazzo
rank
1299
rank
3455
rank
2701
rank
9823
Average gradient
5.9%
rank
137
69% less steep than
Gena Alta from Lago del Mis
rank
333
73% less steep than
Muro di Lundo from Lundo
rank
1271
78% less steep than
Muro di Cassone
rank
3299
78% less steep than
Muro di Cassone
rank
2763
78% less steep than
Muro di Cassone
rank
15646
80% less steep than
Calçada do Rêgo Lameiro
Length
6km
rank
123
rank
277
rank
1068
rank
2850
rank
2371
rank
9666
Total ascent
351m
rank
139
rank
326
81% less ascent than
Passo dello Stelvio
rank
1182
83% less ascent than
Colle del Nivolet
rank
3147
83% less ascent than
Colle del Nivolet
rank
2431
83% less ascent than
Colle del Nivolet
rank
8887

Classification

Famous climb
Beautiful scenery
Hidden gem
15 hairpin turns

Road surface condition

89% 11% 0%
Based on 9 votes
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Traffic

56% 22% 22%
Based on 9 votes
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Climbing times

7 km/h 00:51:02
11 km/h 00:32:28
15 km/h 00:23:48
19 km/h 00:18:48

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Reviews (6)

Miguelito
1 y 3.0
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From Corvara, the climb is quite steep through a series of hairpin bends, after which it levels off. Further on, there is some climbing again, but the percentages remain friendly. Not particularly beautiful (but that is probably because the climb has to compete with the fantastic surrounding passes), but a very nice warm-up for what lies behind (Pordoi, Falzarego, etc.).

Vanuit Corvara is het behoorlijk klimmen via een reeks haarspeldbochten, waarna de klim afvlakt. Verderop weer even klimmen, maar de percentages blijven vriendelijk. Niet bijzonder mooi (maar dat komt waarschijnlijk doordat de klim het moet opnemen tegen de fantastische omliggende passen), maar een hele fijne opwarmer voor wat er achter ligt (Pordoi, Falzarego, etc.)

Gaviano
1 y 3.0 00:22:59 (15.5km/h)

Did this as the first climb of the Sella Ronda going clockwise. I rode early so avoided the traffic. The most fun part was the section of hairpins just out of Corvara. From there the road straightens out and ascends through grassy slopes bordered by Forrest.

Passo Campolongo from Corvara
frankostyn
2 y 3.0

As for the other side, this climb is unavoidable when you are based in Corvara or one of the surrounding villages. If you are training, it is one of the better climbs to do your intervals.

Maglia_Rosa
2 y 3.0
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Slightly strange climb. Winds up directly from the relatively busy Corvara. Strangely enough, the bends are steeper than the rest of the climb. After the series of turns follows a long spur where the wind is often on the head.

New asphalt, quite a lot of traffic, little hindrance.

Ietwat vreemde klim. Slingert direct vanuit het relatief drukke Corvara omhoog. Gek genoeg zijn de bochten steiler dan de rest van de klim. Na de reeks bochten volgt een lange uitloper waarbij de wind vaak op kop staat.

Nieuw asfalt, redelijk veel verkeer, weinig hinder

patrickbaert
2 y 3.0
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When cycling the Sella Ronda in a clockwise direction and starting in Canazei, the Passo Campolongo was the penultimate climb for me.
At the end of the touristy Corvara starts a spicy hairpin climb of about 2 km. that winds up between the peaceful mountain meadows. In the smaller high-altitude valley there then follows a long straight and wide ascending road up to the unobtrusive pass height with a few inns.

Easiest (no extreme %) and least imaginative pass in the Sella Ronda quartet!

Bij het fietsen van de Sella Ronda,in wijzerszin en vertrekkend in Canazei,was de Passo Campolongo voor mij de voorlaatste klim.
Aan het einde van het toeristisch drukke Corvara begint een pittige haarspeldbochtenklim, van ongeveer 2km., die zich tussen de vredige bergweiden naar boven slingert. In het kleinere hooggelegen dal volgt nadien een lange vrij rechte en breed oplopende weg tot de onopvallende pashoogte met enkele horecazaken.

Gemakkelijkste (geen extreme %) en minst tot de verbeelding sprekende pas in het Sella Ronda kwartet!

Conrad
3 y 5.0
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I did this on the way to the Pordoi as the first climb of the day. To be honest, I don't know much about it anymore, after 600 km through the Dolomites you start cycling on the car pilot and I was really looking forward to the Pordoi.
The morning was still fresh and damp but the road was reasonably quiet.
The view of the mountains distracts tremendously from the pressure on the legs, I enjoy every second and don't notice the percentages.
The Campolongo is not really hard and is ideal to ride with your buddies and chat, the Pordoi which follows is a bit more serious.
Without shortchanging one climb here; enjoy the view and respect nature. The reward is huge because it is and remains pure enjoyment.

Deze op weg naar de Pordoi als eerste klim van de dag gedaan. Eerlijk gezegd weet ik er niet veel meer van, na 600 kilometer door de Dolomieten ga je wel eens op de auto pilot fietsen en ik was me enorm aan het verheugen op de Pordoi.
De ochtend was nog fris en vochtig maar de weg was redelijk rustig.
Het zicht op de bergen leid enorm af van de druk op de benen, ikzelf geniet iedere seconde en merk dan niet veel van de percentages.
De Campolongo is niet echt zwaar en is ideaal om met je maatjes op te rijden en bij te kletsen, de Pordoi die volgt is ietwat serieuzer.
Zonder 1 klim iets tekort te doen hier; geniet van het uitzicht en respecteer de natuur. De beloning is enorm want het is en blijft puur genieten.

Passo Campolongo from Corvara