A wonderful climb to Passo di Fedaia (2057m), ascending along Torrente Pettorina, up beautiful slopes and onto the shoulders of Monte Marmolada. Peter Stetina, Garmin-Barracuda, rode and completed his first ever Grand Tour in 2011, Giro d’Italia. He not only made it through what was without question the most difficult Grand Tour in recent memory, but he managed an impressive 22nd place overall. Peter Stetina, Grand Tours, Beautiful Sloped, Giro D Italia, Monte Marmolada, Passo Fedaia, Cycling Worldtour, Bikes Fit, Fedaia 2057M
The Mortirolo Pass (1852 m.), also known as Passo di Foppa connects Mazzo di Valtellina and Val Camonica. The road from Mazzo di Valtellina is one of the most demanding climbs in professional road cycling - appearing 10 times in the Giro since 1990 – always from this side starting in Mazzo.