Tour of The Alps
Where? Passo San Valentino and Rovereto
The third and fourth stages pass through Vallagarina, with arrival in Brentonico and departure from Rovereto!
The Great Cycling Tour of The Alps is in Vallagarina, on April 19th and 20th 2023! The strongest international cyclists will compete on the climbs of Monte Baldo and through the streets of the centre of Rovereto.
The famous “Tour of The Alps” – formerly the Giro del Trentino – passes through Vallagarina.
Come and cheer on the world’s strongest cyclists!
The Brentonico plateau and the San Valentino Pass on Monte Baldo will test the legs and endurance of the athletes in the arrival of the third stage on Wednesday April 19th, while the streets and historic buildings of the city of Rovereto will launch them towards the mountains of Folgaria in the start of the fourth stage on Thursday April 20th.
The arrival on 19.04 is scheduled on the summit of the San Valentino Pass where the finish line will be crossed and the prize-giving ceremony will take place, followed by a party in the centre of Brentonico, while the stage on 20.04 will start in the splendid setting of the Mart in Rovereto.
Have a look at the route of the 3rd stage from Ritten/Renon to Brentonico-San Valentino: 162.5 km for 2,940 m difference in altitude
Have a look at the route of the 4th stage from Rovereto to Predazzo: 152.9 km for 3,610 m of altitude difference
The Tour of the Alps 2023 is a professional cycling competition in the UCI ProSeries category that will take place in five stages from 17 to 21 April 2023.
The first Euregio cycling competition not only has a sporting significance but also unites the three destinations of Trentino, South Tyrol and Tyrol, which are firmly committed to promoting themselves as a tourism system united by a deep connection with cycling. While preserving their respective peculiarities, the three Euroregions share a plurality of values with which they identify and which represent the inspiring concepts of the project:
- alternative mobility to enhance the territory
- the concept of “lived Alps”, a combination of nature, history and culture
- respect for nature
- the lifestyle of the populations
- the hospitality of the tour operators
- the high quality of services and products
- sportsmanship in the sense of both practising and organising sports events.
More information and updates on the Tour of The Alps official website