Alpe di Gesero
Alpe di Gesero

Alpe di Gesero

Alpe di Gesero is a high mountain pass at an elevation of 1.774m (5,816ft) above the sea level, located in the Lepontine Alps, on the Swiss canton of Ticino.

There are 2 routes to reach the summit. Starting from Arbedo, the ascent is 15,7 km (9,8 mi) long and the average gradient is 9,7%, with a maximum gradient of 18%. The surface of the road is asphalted but pretty narrow.
Starting from Roveredo, the ascent is 15,5 km (9,6 mi) long and the aveareh gradient is 9,8% with a maximum gradient of 13%. The surface of the road is terrible. It’s gravel and asphalt with grass in the middle. Extremely narrow. There’s a long, unlit tunnel near the summit, called Galleria di Cadolcia, on the way toAlpe di Cadinello. Scary driving inside.

 

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