With no less than 48 hairpin bends, the Stelvio Pass Road is regarded as one of the toughest in the entire Alps. Zigzagging its way through magnificent vistas and physically testing as it is, the route provides cyclists with a radically new set of challenges and every year a multitude of riders from across the world converge there to take on the strenuous, winding mountain road.

One of the best routes starts out from Prato allo Stelvio/Prad am Stilfserjoch across Trafoi up to the Umbrail Pass and then to Santa Maria and Müstair in Switzerland. Other highly popular cycling routes are the Monte Sole mountain Panoramic Tour and the Fuorn Pass. Other routes are to the Mazia Valley/Matschertal, Val Martello or to the Resia Lake with it’s characteristic partially-submerged church steeple.