Tour of the Alps 2022 Route stage 2: San Martino di Castrozza – Lana

Tour of te Alps 2022 stage 2Tuesday 19 April - The 2nd stage of the Tour of the Alps is 153 kilometres and travels from San Martino di Castrozza to Lana. Two huge climbs in the second half - Mendel Pass and Gampen Pass - lead onto a fast and flat finale.

The riders climb the Passo Rolle from the start. At an elevation of 1,984 metres the Rolle marks the highest pass of this year’s race. The ascent is 23.1 kilometres long and the average gradient sits at 5.4%.

Most of the route until midway goes downwards and after crossing the Adige river – at 245 metres the lowest points on the route – the riders return to climbing on the Passo della Mendola. The 17.9 kilometres ascent at 6.2% is followed by the 12.4 kilometres long Passo delle Palade, or Gampen Pass. The gradient of the latter sits at a modest 4%.

After cresting the Gampen Pass the riders plunge down into Lana to enter a flat finishing circuit of 10 kilometres.

Tour of the Alps 2022 stage 2: route, profile, more

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