RULES

FOR A DAY OUT ON THE 5 PASSES ON 2 WHEELS – SAFELY

The legendary Alpine passes of the Stelvio National Park are part of our historic and natural heritage. For this very reason, as well as the beauty of their roads, they offer a spectacular setting for anyone who wants to take on one of their challenging climbs. To guarantee the best possible conditions for this experience, ERSAF, the management of the Stelvio National Park has organised the Enjoy Stelvio National Park project.

ENJOY STELVIO NATIONAL PARK. 2021 EDITION

PASSO DELLO STELVIO  26th June (road closed only on the Bormio side)

PASSO DELLO STELVIO  28th August

PASSO GAVIA 24th June, 25th July and 29th August

PASSO DEL MORTIROLO 25th July and 26th August

LAGHI DI CANCANO 25th June, 24th July and 27th August

SALITA BORMIO 2000 24th July

1 .  WHAT IS “ENJOY STELVIO NATIONAL PARK”?

Enjoy Stelvio National Park is a non-competitive event open to all which takes place on roads closed to traffic. Cyclists must respect the highway code.

2 .  HIGHWAY CODE | ENVIRONMENT

In order to guarantee the safety of those taking part each event takes place based on the rules of the highway code. In the Stelvio National Park all participants are expected to respect the environment, behaviour incompatible with safeguarding the environment is not allowed.

3 .  ROAD CLOSURES

The routes are closed to motorised traffic:

Passo dello Stelvio

  • from 8:30 to 12:30 Saturday 26th June
  • from 8:30 to 12:30 Saturday 28th August

Passo Gavia

  • from 8:30 to 12:30

Passo del Mortirolo

  • from 14:00 to 16.30 Sunday 25th July
  • from 8:30 to 12:30 Thursday 26th August

Laghi di Cancano

  • from 8:30 to 12:30 Friday 25th June and Friday 27th August
  • from 8:30 to 11:30 Saturday 24th July

Bormio 2000

  • from 13:30 to 16:00 Saturday 24th July

The organisation cannot guarantee with complete certainty the total absence of motor vehicles on the routes..

4 . AUTHORISED MOTOR VEHICLES

Vehicles authorised to transit during the road closure are: the emergency services (Carabinieri, police, ambulance service, fire brigade, civil protection agency and every other vehicle with specific authorisation). The vehicles of the organisation are also authorised.

5 .  SAFETY

We recommend you keep to the right both uphill and downhill. As this event is open to all, including families with children and inexpert cyclists, please moderate your speed in descent. The organisation advises all participants to use a helmet for safety reasons.

6 . REGISTRATION

Enjoy Stelvio National Park is a day out for cyclists and hikers, open to all. Registration is free and guarantees participants the use of all services provided by the organisation.

7 . SPECIAL PRIZE

Riders who complete the four climbs on 24th and 25th July to Cancano, Bormio 2000, the Gavia Pass and the Mortirolo Pass when the roads are closed, will win an exclusive souvenir of Stelvio National Park. Details on how the arrival of cyclists at the pass will be registered can be found online at enjoystelviopark.it and at the info points on each route.

8. RESPONSIBILITY

The organisers of Enjoy Stelvio National Park do not assume responsibility for eventual accidents or damage to people or things that occur before, during or after the event. Every participant takes part in the Enjoy Stelvio National Park events at their own risk. Each individual participant assumes all responsibility (in terms of physical and technical preparation, and with regards to the weather) for the risks in taking part in the full knowledge that the route includes the ascent and descent along mountain passes. By participating the cyclist renounces all right to sue, even third parties, the organisers and all natural persons and legal entities involved in the organisation of the event.

9 . FIRST AID

Available only on Saturday 28th August on the Stelvio Pass ride. Emergency assistance will be guaranteed for the entire route.

10 .  PHOTOS AND VIDEOS

The organisers reserve the right to use photos and videos taken during the event by the organising committee for publicity purposes.