Haute Route Dolomites
The course covers 113 kilometres and there are 2,900 metres of elevation gain between the start and the finish in Innsbruck. The second stage on September 3rd goes from Innsbruck over the Timmelsjoch ridge and the Jaufen Pass to Valle Isarco, The seven-day race finishes in Venice. In total, hundreds of participants from more than 50 countries are expected to take part in the bike event. This is the fourth time the Haute Route Dolomites has been run, and Innsbruck is the race venue for the first time. But we’re not leaving it at that, and the start of the tour has already been fixed for the next three years in Tyrol.