The 2023 edition will be held from 9 to 15 July. Participants will have to cover a total of seven stages and a total of 496.97 km and 17,527 m of altitude difference. The event will start from Nauders (Tyrol, Austria), passing through several Italian towns: Livigno, Valdidentro (Val Viola), Bormio, Malè, Valle del Chiese to finish, after one week, at the traditional arrival point, in Riva del Garda, in the Province of Trento.
Stage 1: Nauders - Reschensee (9th July)
Total km 51.25 | difference in altitude 2209 m | difficulty 4/5
Stage 2: Reschensee - Livigno (10th July)
Total km 97,47 | difference in altitude 3080 m | difficulty 5/5
Stage 3: Livigno - Bormio (11th July)
Total km 64.94 | difference in altitude 2219 m | difficulty 4/5
The stage starts in Livigno with a passage through Val Torto towards Trepalle, ascent to Passo del Foscagno and descent to Arnoga, from here into Val Viola and on to Forte di Oga and Bormio.
Stage 4: Bormio - Malè (12th July)
Total km 100.87 | difference in altitude 3267 m | difficulty 4/5
Departure from Bormio towards Santa Caterina Valfurva, ascent to the Gavia Pass and descent to Sant'Appoloniia. From here ascent to Passo del Tonale and arrival in Malè.
Stage 5: Malè - Valle del Chiese (13th July)
Total km 71.51| altitude difference 2523 m | difficulty 4/5
Stage 6: Valle del Chiese - Valle di Ledro (14th July)
Total km 64,14 | difference in altitude 2521 m | difficulty 4/5
Stage 6: Valle di Ledro - Riva del Garda (15th July)
Total Km 48.79 | difference in altitude 1708 m | difficulty 3/5
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