6 thoughts on “Stelvio Pass”

  1. view via google map and use the street level view to “virtually drive” the switch backs. They appear well built and not as terrifying as they seem from the above photo. With that said, I’ll stay behind my computer and let google do the driving and recording…..:-))

  2. looks worse than it is: completely paved, maximum incline 15% (average 7%) and 48 hairpin bends on the northeastern side.

    Allegedly the worst road was the old Yungas Road in Bolivia, nicknamed Camino de la Muerte. Unpaved, no guard rails, often foggy, hardly wider than one vehicle but driven in both directions simultaneously.

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