During this route you will come across Colle Gallo, famous for the cycling races passing through including the Giro d’Italia and Felice Gimondi Gran Fondo.
This trail is 94 km long and entails three climbs: two easy (less than two km at an average gradient of 6%) and one – the Colle del Gallo – a little longer (8 km at an average gradient of 5.5%). Small interesting facts: At the top of Colle Gallo there is a monument and the sanctuary of Madonna del Colle Gallo both dedicated to cyclists. These roads have been frequently ridden on in the Giro d’Italia and other professional races. What are you waiting for?
1 hotel on the route Through the Val Seriana and Val Cavallina
Pisogne, Lake Iseo
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