Passo San Pellegrino from Moena

Elevation profile Passo San Pellegrino from Moena
Elevation profile Passo San Pellegrino from Moena
Elevation profile Passo San Pellegrino from Moena
508
difficulty points
6.4%
avg. gradient
14.2%
steepest 100 meter
10.6km
length
680m
total ascent

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Passo San Pellegrino from Moena is a climb in the region Dolomites. It is 10.6km long and bridges 680 vertical meters with an average gradient of 6.4%, resulting in a difficulty score of 508. The top of the ascent is located at 1918 meters above sea level. Climbfinder users shared 2 reviews/stories of this climb and uploaded 2 photos.

Road name: SS346

This is an automatic translation, the original language is: Dutch.
A tough start in touristy Moena because after turning over the bridge of the Avisi river you climb with a few hairpin bends out of the Fassa valley. Wide busy road with gentle curves through the forest follows the course of the San Pellegrino mountain river which we cross once. Ascent is irregular w... read more
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Passo San Pellegrino from Moena
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Passo San Pellegrino from Moena
This climb
Dolomites
108 climbs
Italian Alps
576 climbs
Alps
2673 climbs
Italy
1248 climbs
Europe
16160 climbs
Difficulty points
508
2
rank
69
rank
329
rank
1269
rank
472
rank
2114
Average gradient
6.4%
rank
58
66% less steep than
Gena Alta from Lago del Mis
rank
328
70% less steep than
Muro di Lundo from Lundo
rank
1421
70% less steep than
Muro di Lundo from Lundo
rank
519
rank
4536
77% less steep than
Calçada das Carquejeiras
Length
10.6km
rank
55
64% shorter than
Monte Grappa from Caupo
rank
272
rank
969
rank
498
rank
2370
Total ascent
680m
rank
56
59% less ascent than
Monte Grappa from Pederobba
rank
286
68% less ascent than
Colle del Nivolet
rank
1042
68% less ascent than
Colle del Nivolet
rank
446
68% less ascent than
Colle del Nivolet
rank
1883
75% less ascent than
Pico Veleta

Classification

Famous climb
Beautiful scenery
Hidden gem
1 hairpin turn

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Climbing times

7 km/h 01:31:15
11 km/h 00:58:04
15 km/h 00:42:35
19 km/h 00:33:37

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Reviews/stories (2)

patrickbaert
3 Mo
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A tough start in touristy Moena because after turning over the bridge of the Avisi river you climb with a few hairpin bends out of the Fassa valley. Wide busy road with gentle curves through the forest follows the course of the San Pellegrino mountain river which we cross once. Ascent is irregular without extremes and there is one kilometre where it's a bit steeper. Last kilometers to the top are treacherous false flat especially with the wind on the nose. Top is wide plateau surrounded by white-grey rock massifs with a few pine trees here and there (tree line).
There is a small church with some ski hotels, the obligatory souvenir shop and the only summer crowds came from the mountain hikers who use the Costalunga cable car.

There are more spectacular and beautiful climbs but I did not find it boring. (sorry Conrad).

Pittige start in toeristische Moena want na het draaien over de brug van de Avisiorivier klim je met een paar haarspeldbochten het Fassadal uit. Brede drukke weg met flauwe bochten door het woud volgt de loop van de San Pellegrino bergrivier die we één keer dwars oversteken. Stijging is onregelmatig zonder extremen en er is één kilometer waar het iets steiler is. Laatste kilometers tot de top zijn nog verraderlijk vals plat zeker met de wind op de neus. Top is breed plateau omgeven door witgrijze rotsmassieven met hier en daar enkele dennenboompjes (boomgrens).
Er staat een klein kerkje met enkele skihotels,de verplichte souvenirshop en de enige zomerse drukte kwam van de bergwandelaars die gebruik maken van de Costalunga kabelbaan.

Er zijn spectaculairdere en mooiere beklimmingen maar saai vond ik hem niet. (sorry Conrad).

Conrad
4 Mo
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From Moena you can go in many directions, my advice is don't go up Sen Pellegrino! The climb is boring and above there is not really a wow factor in the view.
For me it was the connection between the Costalunga and the Valles but the only thing they have forgotten during the construction of this side is a ruler! The road runs dull straight ahead and is just not quite straight.

The other side is much more varied and has better views. But yes also from this side you can continue....

Vanuit Moena kun je vele kanten op, mijn advies ga niet de Sen Pellegrino op! De klim is saai en boven is er ook niet echt een wauw factor in het uitzicht.
Voor mij was het de verbinding tussen de Costalunga en de Valles maar het enig wat ze vergeten hebben tijdens de aanleg van deze zijde is een liniaal!! De weg loopt saai rechtdoor en is net niet helemaal recht.

De andere zijde is veel afwisselender en heeft beter uitzicht. Maar ja ook van deze kant kun je verder....

Passo San Pellegrino from Moena
Passo San Pellegrino from Moena

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