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Whether it be for the views, for the climbs or for the downhill descents, browse our list of the best mountain passes in Belluno and make your next adventure one to remember. Contributed by the community, for the community, each mountain pass Highlight is a personal recommendation you know you can trust, so simply find your favorite and go.

The top 20 mountain passes in Belluno

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    Passo Pordoi

    Road Cycling Highlight

    The Pordoi is part of the famous "Pass Quartet" of the large Sellaronda around the Sella Group. At 2,239 meters above sea level, it is the highest paved pass in …

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    Campolongo Pass

    Road Cycling Highlight

    The Campolongo is the "smallest" of the Dolomite passes and the difference in altitude to be overcome is rather manageable at 368 meters (north approach from Corvara). Nevertheless, it is …

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    Passo di Falzarego

    Road Cycling Highlight

    Here you cycle along a piece of Austro-Italian history. The rock towers of the Little Lagazuoi were in the First World War scene of the mountain war between Austria and …

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    Pordoijoch

    Road Cycling Highlight

    There are 65 bends to conquer when you drive up and down the Passo Pordoi for a total of 22 kilometers between Canazei and Arabba. From Canazei it goes 809 …

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    Stephanie
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    Passo di Campolongo

    Bike Touring Highlight

    The Passo Campolongo, a wide saddle between the Sella in the west and the also 3,000 m above Fanesgruppe in the east, makes the connection between Corvara (Gadertal) and Arabba …

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    Südtirol
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    Kreuzbergpass

    Bike Touring Highlight

    The Kreuzberg Pass (also called Passo Monte Croce di Comelico) is located at 1,636 meters altitude and forms the transition from the Sextental (South Tyrol) into the Venetian Val Padora. …

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    Passo Fedaia

    Road Cycling Highlight

    It is best to drive from the west. When there is little traffic, the pass is nice to drive here. Coming from the east, the gradient is up to 15 …

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    Passo di Valparola

    Road Cycling Highlight (Segment)

    Great, not too heavy racing bike pass in a grandiose landscape. From La Villa you climb 800 meters in altitude on the best asphalt on almost 14 kilometers to the …

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    Thorsten
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    9

    Passo Falzarego

    Hiking Highlight

    The Passo di Falzàrego is a 2,105 meter high mountain pass. It connects the Fodom and the lower Cordevole valley with Cortina d'Ampezzo in the Valle del Boite and Abbey …

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    Passo Valparola (2.192 Meter)

    Road Cycling Highlight

    If you haven't had enough after the Falzarego, you can pack a little more than a hundred meters in altitude with the Valparola and another pass on top.

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    Dimitrios
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    Passo Tre Croci

    Road Cycling Highlight

    The Passo Tre Croci will take you from Cortina d'Ampezzo up to the Lago di Misurina. At eight kilometers you make flat 575 meters. But there's fantastic panorama at the …

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    Located between Mount Cor and Boral, surrounded by rounded hills, Pian delle Femene is remembered as one of the places of the partisan resistance during the Second World War. Here, …

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    Passo di San Pellegrino

    Road Cycling Highlight (Segment)

    Usually not so much traffic but in parts demanding with 18%

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    Passo Duran

    Hiking Highlight

    In addition to a magnificent view of the steeply rising walls of the southern Dolomites, two well-run mountain huts await you at the Duran Pass. Rifugio San Sebastiano and Rifugio …

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    Passo di Giau

    Road Cycling Highlight

    Between Pocol (1,527 meters) in the north and Caprile (1,014 meters) in the south, this 27-kilometer pass road runs. Here expect the finest asphalt, high alpine views and some altitude.

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    Passo Duran

    Road Cycling Highlight (Segment)

    Beautiful and lonely pass road to Passo Duran, 1.601mH. In my view, the driveway of Agordo is recommended. Can then be combined well with the Passo Staulanza. Road is sometimes …

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    Michael
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    Pordoi Joch

    Bike Touring Highlight

    Especially worthwhile in the morning.

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    Alpvelo
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    Passo Cima Banche

    Road Cycling Highlight

    The Cima Banche, or "Gemärkpass" in English, is a rather flat mountain pass in the Dolomites that connects Dobbiaco with Cortina d'Ampezzo. Along the road ran until 1962 the route …

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    Pass Cimabanche

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    Here is the summit between Dobbiaco and Cortina reached !!! A fitting opportunity for a short break !!!

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    Rene Henk
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    Passo Giau

    Road Cycling Highlight

    Very very very hard climb! Not for the faint-hearted! Beware thou who enters!

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