The Stelvio Pass in the Italian Alps is near Bormio and Sulden, close to Swiss border. The road connects the Valtellina with the upper Adige valley and Merano.
Stelvio Pass in the Italian Alps
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Guest:  (2143 days ago)
Well I've ridden it on a bicycle - thankfully there were no boy racers feigning achievement with a powerful engine taking them over to spoil it. Next time take your time - see and appreciate.
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Well I've ridden it on a bicycle - thankfully there were no boy racers feigning achievement with a powerful engine taking them over to spoil it. Next time take your time - see and appreciate.
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Latest comment: hope you did it downhill, guest
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julescopeland julescopeland (2540 days ago)
I've driven over that in an Aston Martin... 45 hairpin turns, one after the other. It was exciting to say the least - and the views are breathtaking.
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I've driven over that in an Aston Martin... 45 hairpin turns, one after the other. It was exciting to say the least - and the views are breathtaking.
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