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Situazione Passi Alpini: ciclisti sullo Stelvio. Photo by Markus Greber


/Status of Mountain Passes

Here you find information about the main mountain passes that connect to Bormio.

Mountain Passes Traffic and Travel Information:

  • Aprica: OPEN all year round
  • Bernina: OPEN all year round
  • Forcola: OPEN (closed during winter season) – transit prohibited to vehicles exceeding 18 tons of weight
  • Foscagno:  OPEN all year round
  • Gavia: OPEN (closed during winter season) transit prohibited to vehicles exceeding 2.80 m of height and 3.5 tons of weight
    Sunday 15 July road from S.Caterina to Passo Gavia: closed from 8:45 am to about 11:30 am
    Maloja: OPEN all year round
  • Mortirolo: OPEN (closed during winter season)
  • S. Marco: OPEN (closed during winter season)
  • Umbrail/S. Maria: OPEN  (closed during winter season) – transit prohibited to vehicles exceeding 18 tons of weight, 2.50 m of width and 10m of lenght  
  • Spluga: OPEN (closed during winter season)
  • Stelvio: (closed during winter season)
    • Bormio mountain side: OPEN
      On the side of Bormio: prohibition of transit for vehicles with a height exceeding 3,30 m.
    • Alto Adige mountain side: OPEN On the side of Alto Adige: transit ban for vehicles with a length of more than 10.50 m
  •  Crossing of the Gallen/Tunnel Munt La Schera: OPEN.
    open all year round with toll. Tunnel Munt la Schera is open 24 hours a day with alternate one-way transit (maximum height 3,60 meters – maximum width 2,50 meters (click for more info)

In case of adverse weather conditions, the alpine passes are subject to temporary closure.
It is advisable to inquire before starting your trip.

For information

  • Polizia Stradale (Highway Police) Sondrio Tel. +39 0342 545011
  • Carabinieri Bormio Tel. +39 0342 903700
  • Office information Bormio Tel. +39 0342 903300

Snow-chain requirements
From October 15 to April 30, all motor vehicles on all the roads of the Valtellina are required to use winter (snow) tires or must carry snow chains.

Last update on 12 July 2018 at 16:45 pm