Stelvio Pass

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  1. matamoros

    matamoros Funster

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    Anyone done the Stelvio Pass in a motorhome, ours is only a 6m PVC.

    We are travelling from the Bodensee through Austria on non toll roads via the Reschen Pass and down to Iseo in the next few days.

    I have done a search and it gets a mention by @Hildweller but could do with a little confidence booster, wife's a bit nervous:).........not me of course!!:rofl:

    Might be offline most of day but will try and catch up later.
     
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    Shouldn't be a problem, the webcam is all fog but the photo shows as small Plc.

    http://www.stelvio.net/english/webcam/

    The other side does have some tight tunnels but I think we've met dome small coaches.

    Don't forget they will close the pass In November, mind the bikes (y)
     
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    Been there on a motorbike. Shouldn't be a problem with a pvc. I think it's 47 hairpin bends on the way up and road surface is rough. Going down the other side is nice and smooth because it's used for a cycle race, the giro I think.
     
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