UPDATE: Due to worsening weather conditions, the planned event on the Gavia Pass, due to take place tomorrow, Sunday 30th August, has been cancelled.

Enjoy Stelvio National Park The legendary mountain passes of the Stelvio National Park without motorised traffic.

Slide The Project The ‘Enjoy the Stelvio National Park’ project was created with the aim of showcasing the magnificent Alpine passes of the Stelvio National Park by closing them to motorised traffic and offering people the best possible conditions to experience them in all their glory. Slide Stelvio, Gavia, Mortirolo, Cancano The most spectacular and well-known of the Alpine passes in and around the Stelvio National Park. They have found fame thanks to so many cycling feats; the history of the Giro D’Italia has been and continues to be made on these roads. Slide But it is the beauty of these routes, that twist and turn through natural surroundings of incomparable splendour, that make them truly unique itineraries for anyone who loves cycling. From well-trained amateur cyclists, constantly pushing themselves to improve their performance, to those who, perhaps with the help of an e-bike, prefer to enjoy the beauty of these roads without the stress of traffic; thanks to Enjoy Stelvio National Park, there is space for everyone.

SUMMER 2020
EIGHT EVENTS DEDICATED 
TO MOUNTAIN AND SPORTS ENTHUSIASTS

FRIDAY 19TH JUNE

Passo Gavia
CANCELLED

SATURDAY 20TH JUNE

Passo del Mortirolo
CANCELLED

SUNDAY 21ST JUNE

Laghi di Cancano
End of Giro d’Italia stage
22 October 2020
CANCELLED

FRIDAY 24TH JULY

Passo del Mortirolo

SUNDAY 26TH JULY

Passo Gavia

FRIDAY 28TH AUGUST

Laghi di Cancano
End of Giro d’Italia stage
22 October 2020

SATURDAY 29TH AUGUST

Passo Stelvio

Scalata Cima Coppi

SUNDAY 30TH AUGUST

Passo Gavia
CANCELLED

STELVIO

CIMA COPPI

The sacred mountain of Italian cycling ‘where eagles dare’

GAVIA

Passo Gavia

“When the road climbs you can’t hide”
(Eddy Merckx)

MORTIROLO

Passo del Mortirolo

“Exertion on the mountain is like poetry to me”
(Marco Pantani)

CANCANO

CANCANO

Following the ancient ‘German Imperial Route’