Passo di Crocedomini

Croce Domini Pass is a sensational drive in the Italian Alps

Passo di Croce Domini is a high mountain pass at an elevation of 1.892m (6,207ft) above the sea level, located in the province of Brescia, in Lombardy, Italy.

Set high in the northern part of the country, within the Alps mountain range, in the southern portion of the Adamello mountains group, the pass is closed from November to May. There is a bar at the top called Rifugio di Passo Crocedomini. It has been featured in Giro d’Italia race.

There are 3 roads to reach the summit:

On the western side, starting from Breno, the road to the summit is called SP345. It’s paved in bad conditions and very narrow. The ascent is 20.5 km long. Over this distance, the elevation gain is 1.546 meters. The average percentage is 7.5 %.

 

On the eastern side, starting from Ponte Caffaro, the road to the summit is called SP669. It’s asphalted in bad conditions and very narrow. The ascent is 23 km long. Over this distance, the elevation gain is 1.327 meters. The average is 5.8 %.

 

And on the southern side, starting from Passo del Maniva, the road to the summit is the defiant Strada Provinziale 345B (SP345B), a mostly unpaved mountain road. It is 17 km long.

 

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