Elevation profile Passo delle Erbe from Fermata di Funes
Elevation profile Passo delle Erbe from Fermata di Funes
Elevation profile Passo delle Erbe from Fermata di Funes
1131
difficulty points
5.6%
avg. gradient
12.7%
steepest 100 meter
25.5km
length
1510m
total ascent

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Passo delle Erbe from Fermata di Funes is a climb in the region Dolomites. It is 25.5km long and bridges 1510 vertical meters with an average gradient of 5.6%, resulting in a difficulty score of 1131. The top of the ascent is located at 1991 meters above sea level. Climbfinder users shared 2 reviews/stories of this climb and uploaded 0 photos.

Road names: Aussermühl, Via Molini di Fuori, Mileins, Pardell, Via Pizack, SP163, Via Coller & SP29

This is an automatic translation, the original language is: Dutch.
One of the five possible routes to the summit of the Passo delle Erbe / Würzjoch starts after you come from Bressanone/Brixen via the busy SS12 just before Chiusa/Klaussen you turn off (signpost) towards Val di Funes/Villnöstal. After passing under the Brenner motorway it starts immediately spect... read more
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Passo delle Erbe from Fermata di Funes
This climb
Dolomites
115 climbs
Italian Alps
594 climbs
Alps
2704 climbs
Italy
1437 climbs
Europe
17076 climbs
Difficulty points
1131
HC
rank
14
rank
94
rank
226
rank
100
rank
304
Average gradient
5.6%
rank
84
71% less steep than
Gena Alta from Lago del Mis
rank
438
79% less steep than
Muro di Cassone
rank
1819
79% less steep than
Muro di Cassone
rank
829
79% less steep than
Muro di Cassone
rank
6792
80% less steep than
Calçada das Carquejeiras
Length
25.5km
rank
6
13% shorter than
Monte Grappa from Caupo
rank
29
rank
83
rank
58
rank
222
Total ascent
1510m
rank
7
9% less ascent than
Monte Grappa from Pederobba
rank
30
29% less ascent than
Colle del Nivolet
rank
62
29% less ascent than
Colle del Nivolet
rank
34
29% less ascent than
Colle del Nivolet
rank
114
45% less ascent than
Pico Veleta

Classification

Famous climb
Beautiful scenery
Hidden gem
24 hairpin turns

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Climbing times

7 km/h 03:38:38
11 km/h 02:19:08
15 km/h 01:42:02
19 km/h 01:20:33

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

One of the five possible routes to the summit of the Passo delle Erbe / Würzjoch starts after you come from Bressanone/Brixen via the busy SS12 just before Chiusa/Klaussen you turn off (signpost) towards Val di Funes/Villnöstal.
After passing under the Brenner motorway it starts immediately spectacular with a 1km long passage through a narrow gorge after which the side valley widens again and we regularly cross the river upstream. In the village of San Pietro you leave the valley road on your left to climb up the flank on a narrow lane (1 lane and from this point on hardly any traffic). The average kilometre graph of CF gives a distorted picture because there are irregular gradients with sometimes short steep sections (16%). But you do cycle in an uninhabited beautiful mountain world.
For the last part of the climb you'll end up on the same route as the one from Milland and after a descent you'll join it via Luson/Lüsen, before cycling the last kilometres up to the pass height. The summit with its café/hotel looks out over the imposing peaks of the Puez-Odle National Park (UNESCO World Heritage Site).

Not the highest known or busiest Dolomite pass but a nice long one that is definitely worth a ride!

Eén van de vijf mogelijke routes naar de top van de Passo delle Erbe / Würzjoch start nadat je komende van Bressanone/Brixen via de drukke SS12 even voor Chiusa/Klaussen bent afgedraaid (wegwijzer) richting Val di Funes/Villnöstal.
Na het onder doorfietsen van de Brenner autostrade begint het meteen spectaculair met een 1km lange passage door een nauwe kloof waarna het zijdal terug verbreedt en we de rivier stroomopwaarts regelmatig kruisen. In het dorpje San Pietro verlaat je links de dalweg om via een smal baantje (1 rijstrook en vanaf dit punt amper verkeer) de flank op te klimmen. De gemiddelde kilometergrafiek van CF geeft een vertekend beeld want er volgen onregelmatige hellingsgraden met soms korte steile stroken(16%). Maar je fietst wel in een onbewoonde prachtige bergwereld.
Voor het laatste klimdeel beland je op dezelfde klimroute als deze vanuit Milland en na een afdaling vervoeg je ook deze over Luson / Lüsen, alvorens de laatste kilometers tot de pashoogte op te fietsen. Top met café/hotel kijkt uit op de imposante pieken van het nationaal park Puez-Odle (UNESCO werelderfgoed).

Niet de hoogste bekendste of drukste Dolomieten pas maar wel een mooie lange die absoluut de moeite is om op te fietsen!

frankostyn
5 Mo

If you are in the Dolomites during August and you get tired of the crowds and cars on the main climbs, then the Passo del Erbe is your best bet. Calm and beautiful.

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