Col di Val Bighera

Col di Val Bighera: The Ultimate Road Trip Guide

Col di Val Bighera is a high mountain pass at an elevation of 2.120m (6,955ft) above the sea level, located in the Alps in Italy.

The pass, also known as Carette Col di Val Bighera is traversed by an asphalted narrow road. The road has around 15% on average for 5-6 kilometres with a maximum at 20%. 
The pass can only be reached from the west, from Mortirolo Pass. From there leads a small but well-maintained asphalt road in eight kilometers to the top. There is no asphalt road that one could descend on the other side of this pass.

 

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