MONTE GRAPPA ROUTES
• Romano > Cima Grappa (red)
(59th hardest climb in Italy)
length of climb 26.5 km / vertical gain 1584 m
average gradient 6% / maximum gradient 12%
• Semonzo > Cima Grappa (green)
(13th hardest climb in Italy)
length of climb 19.2 km / vertical gain 1545 m
average gradient 8.05% / maximum gradient 15%
about this climb.
The data for these climbs are from Passi e Valli in Bicicletta, Prealpi Venete 1, by Penelope, Supino and Turchetto, ISBN 88-85318-5-9, and Passi e Valli in Bicicletta, Prealpi Venete 2, by Aldo Maroso, ISBN 978-88-88839-51-7. Ediciclo Editore s.r.l.
• Additional data, maps. and more can be found in the and program
• To convert km to miles, multiply by .62137; to convert meters to feet, multiply by 3.281
• Fietta / Valle San Liberale > La Vedetta (Salto della Capra) (purple)
length of climb 11.330 km / vertical gain 1108m;
average gradient 9.8% / maximum gradient 18-20%
• Possagno (Via degli Alpini) > Bocca di Forca (yellow)
length of climb 9.9 km / vertical gain 1133m;
average gradient 11.4%, / maximum gradient 18-20%
• rated the 3rd hardest climb in Italy
NB: these climbs connect with the "black" road, which eventually intersects with the "green" road from Semonzo and passing through Campo Croce, which in turn leads to the "red" classic route from Romano to the summit.
• Pederobba > Monte Tomba via Monfenera (orange)
length of climb 9.2km; vertical gain 658m; average gradient 7.1%, maximum gradient 18%
(the entire climb to Cima Grappa, is 25.400km, with a vertical gain of 1726m)
• Cavaso > Monte Tomba (pink)
length of climb 6.6 km / vertical gain 602m
average gradient 9.1% / maximum gradient 16-17%
• Alano di Piave > Monte Tomba (turquoise)
length of climb 10.5 km; / vertical gain 703m
average gradient 6.7% / maximum gradient 16-17%
NB: these climbs connect with the "black" road, which eventually intersects with the road from Semonzo, which in turn leads to the "red" classic route from Romano, which goes to the summit.
• Seren del Grappa (frazione Caupo > Cima Grappa (blue)
length of climb 28.660km / vertical gain 1571m
average gradient 5.5% / maximum gradient 12-13%, with a short stretch at 16%
• Seren del Grappa (center/Da Nardo) > Cima Grappa (gray)
length of climb 19.780km / vertical gain 1339m
average gradient 6.8%, / maximum gradient 21%
Cismon del Grappa > Cima Grappa (orange)
The route is known as Col dei Prai.
Length of climb 26 km
average gradient 8%, / maximum gradient 20%.
The road joins the main froad from Caupo in the locale of Forcelletto. There is an unpaved section.
Data courtesy of Non Profit Center
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Photo © April Pedersen Santinon