Cinque Croci Pass
Passo Cinque Croci is a high mountain pass at an elevation of 2.018m (6,620ft) above the sea level, located in the Eastern Alps, in Trentino, northern Italy.
It’s a gravel road, very narrow (impassable for 2 cars at the same time) and very steep, with sections up to 16%. The road is usually impassable in winters due to snow. The road was recently closed to motor vehicles. Near the summit there’s a mountain refuge called Rifugio Consèria. The road links Canal San Bovo in the upper Val Cortalla over the village of Caoria with Strigno in the southern Val Sugana. This is a maintained road where a high clearance 2WD vehicle is able to travel safely at low speeds on long dry straight-of-ways, without losing control due to wash boarding, ruts, or dips.
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