Monte Padrio, also called Valico di Trivigno, is a high mountain pass at an elevation of 1.825m (5,987ft) above the sea level, located in Lombardy, Italy.
The pass is located between the Val Camonica and the Valtellina, in the towns of Tirano and Corteno Golgi. The road to the pass is very dangerous. It’s very irregular, asphalted and very steep with some stretches around 20%. Speed limit to 20 km/h. Trucks and semi trucks are forbidden. It’s closed in winters and was an old military track.
It has very nice views. Exercise extreme caution when passing on-coming traffic, over-taking and around corners. This stretch of road should not be attempted by novice drivers. A refuge near the top of the mountain hosts a winery, gift store, and sandwich shop. Starting from Lombro, the ascent is 9.43 km long. Over this distance, the elevation gain is 920 meters. The average percentage is 9.8 %.