Cycling associates Campiglio with Marco Pantani who won his last stage here as a runner. It was 1999
The arrival of the stage was in the center of Campiglio and the champion from Romagna crossed the finish line in the pink jersey after an uphill sprint of 5 kilometres. And right there is the arrival of the climb. In 2015 the Giro d'Italia reached Patascoss, the starting point of the 3 Tre.
Good physical preparation is essential.
As you can imagine, the feasibility of the itineraries in a mountain environment is closely linked to the contingent conditions and therefore depends on natural phenomena, environmental changes and weather conditions. For this reason, the information contained in this sheet may have undergone changes. Before leaving, find out about the status of the route, check the weather reports and get information from the tourist offices.
Tips and hints
It is preferable to avoid periods of increased motorway traffic linked to tourist flows.
Inform yourself about the practicability conditions of the routes at the competent information offices along the route.
- from A4 Milano-Venezia: exit Brescia Est at km 100. Average journey time (by car): 2 hours and 15 minutes.
- from A22 Modena-Brennero: Rovereto Sud exit at km 74 (1 hour and 20 minutes) - Trento Sud exit at km 61 (1 hour and 5 minutes) - Trento Nord exit at km 63 (1 hour and 10 minutes).
Once in Madonna di Campiglio, take the Campiglio Nord exit and follow the directions for the centre.
nearest railway station: Trento
Disc parking in Piazza San Giacomo.
Ample free parking at the start of the Pinzolo and Tulot cable cars.
Recommended maps for this region:
We recommend the use of a helmet, sunglasses, specific cycling trousers, a waterproof jacket (in case of rain), a rear light for the bike, a water bottle with water or isotonic solutions and energy bars.