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Edolo: the heart of the upper Val Camonica and crossroads of famous Alpine passes
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Edolo: the crossroads of famous Alpine passes


Edolo lies in the heart of the upper Val Camonica and it is a crossroads between numerous Alpine passes, so it is a crucial part of the itineraries of cyclists and motorcyclists from many different countries.

It is a starting point for a huge number of cycling and motorcycling routes. This is no surprise given its proximity to the Mortirolo and Gavia passes, which have gone down in the history of the Giro d’Italia and were the scene of great feats by the legendary Marco Pantani. The hotel has a range of guides and road maps that guests can use to select the routes that best suit their needs.

THE HOTEL is renowned for its tailored, dedicated services for cycling and motorcycling enthusiasts.

Guests have access to the following free services:

  • Covered, locked bicycle and motorcycle storage facilities.
  • A specially equipped mountain bike room.
  • A range of guides and road maps that guests can use to select the routes that best suit their needs.

Please note: special offers are available for groups of cyclists and motorcyclists.

In addition, hotel guests get a 10% discount at the Pedretti motorcycle and bicycle service centre.


Mountain Pass

Mt a.s.l.

Period of practicability

Distance from Edolo

Passo Gavia


June-October (*)

40 km

Passo Stelvio
(highest car passage in Italy)


June-November (*)

86 km

Passo Tonale


January-December (always)

30 km

Passo Aprica


January-December (always)

16 km

Passo Mortirolo (o Passo di Foppa)


June-October (*)

17 km

Passo Crocedomini


June-October (*)

54 km

Passo Vivione


June-October (*)

33 km

(*) The opening times for the passes are approximate. They may vary, depending on the weather conditions and the state of the road surface.

It is possible to go on day trips from Edolo on stunning routes that include minor or dirt roads, in nearby areas such as:

  • The Gavia, Mortirolo and Vivione passes
  • The Valerian road between Mù and Incudine
  • The ascents of Monte Faeto, the Corteno valleys and the Stelvio park
  • The road between Costa and Monno
  • Monte Colmo, Mola, Val Malga and the Fletta Pass

Adamello Bike Arena can offer 500 km of mountain bike trails between the upper Val Camonica and Trentino, with 18 tracks of varying difficulty through the Stelvio National Park and the Adamello Regional Natural Park.
Link: Adamello Bike Arena