Stage 3


Direct and uncompromising, the route of the third stage leads straight from Bormio to Livigno. Whereby? Not quite. Only the two passes (Passo Foscagno and Passo d'Eira) are without alternative for road cyclists coming from this side. There is only one road that leads over. The situation is somewhat different around Bormio. There is, for example, the famous climb to the Torri di Fraele and to Lago di Cancano, which was a stage finish of the Giro d'Italia in 2020. And with this climb and small roads on the sunny side of the valley, this stage plays around a bit before continuing on the pass road later. This is a short stage, but almost 1800 metres of altitude to climb does not mean a rest day by any means. However, the participants will have a little more time in Livigno than in previous Transalp editions. Those who feel like it can easily spend it on the long shopping mile with countless duty-free shops, restaurants and cafés.

Mountain passes: Passo Foscagno, Passo d’Eira

StageRouteLevelKilometerAltitude difference
Stage 3Bormio-Livigno348,651.771