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Giro d'Italia 2022 in Trentino
Valsugana will host the Giro d'Italia 2022!
After 3 long years, Valsugana is once again the protagonist of the Giro d'Italia!
Stage 17 - Passo del Vetriolo and Strada del Menador - 25 May 2022
Stage 18 - Departure from Borgo Valsugana - May 26, 2022
Wednesday 25 May 2022 - the Giro d'Italia will face two fundamental and decisive climbs.
Starting from Ponte di Legno, in the province of Brescia, the Giro will immediately cross the Tonale Pass passing through the Val di Sole and Val di Non, Paganella, Rotaliana, Val di Cembra and Valsugana, up to the finish line in Lavarone, not before having faced the tough climbs of the Passo del Vetriolo and Monte Rovere, with the Menador road.
Thursday 26 May 2022 - The 18th stage of the Giro will start from Borgo Valsugana and will end in Treviso.
With a distance of 146 km and an altitude difference of 570 m, it will be the last compact group sprint of the Giro 2022.
The stage will start from Borgo Valsugana, will continue towards Grigno and will reach the historic Stairs of Primolano, gateway to the Piave valley. He will then cross the Prosecco production area between Valdobbiadene and Refrontolo and will tackle the last roughness of the route: the short Muro di Ca 'del Poggio. Finally the Treviso plain, the last circuit before the final sprint.
Saturday 28th May, the pink race chooses San Pellegrino, Pordoi and Fedaia passes for the determining portion of the whole Giro!
Portion number 20, on Saturday 28th May, starring the Val di Fassa with three of its most renowned passes, has this programme: departure from Belluno with a brief detour along Valle del Piave between Sedico, Santa Giustina and Certosa di Vedana, entry in Valle del Cordevole, which gets climbed up through Agordo and Cencenighe. Afterwards, begin of the three final climbs with San Pellegrino Pass (1918 metres, gradients above 15% after Falcade), followed by Pordoi Pass, 2022’s Cima Coppi with 2239 metres of altitude, and lastly Fedaia Pass (2057 metres), at the foot of the Queen of the Dolomites: Marmolada.
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