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I am sorry, Jeremy Clarkson’s Top Gear was wrong when he rated Stelvio pass the best driving road in the world. Timmelsjoch is much more fluent to drive and has the nicer views. Be aware of the bikers and make sure that your brakes are...More
This road is not for nervous drivers or bad drivers, as it's very narrow and bendy. We drove from Moos, so it's a constant ascend, many narrow turns which we had to compete for space with motorcycles and bikes. But it's definitely worth it, coz...More
The Timmelsjoch / passo Rombo high alpine road offers a series of magnificent views and a nice spot for a break on the top / border between Austria and Italy. The pass is sometime called the secret passage because it is much less used and...More
This was a beautiful road not to be missed if you are in the area. Scenery is stunning and every motoring enthusiast, motor cyclist and cyclist is eager to do this road. We paid the toll of E16 to cross over into Austria from Italy...More
This was just a great experience (also due to the sunny weather). Starting from the touristic village of Sölden I climbed through Zwieselstein, to get to the foot of the climb to Hochgurgl. This is already quite an intense climb. Once I reached the toll-port...More
If you love to drive mountain passes then should drive on this pass as well. Road is great with amazing views. Even the road to reach the toll plaza (coming from Austrian side) is ery entertaining. At the toll plaza there is a Motorbike museum,...More
In October, we drove over the mountain pass (aka Passo del Rombo in Italian), which was still open. Because of the dense fog it was a thrilling ride and unfortunately sometimes limited the view to just a few meters. Still it was a beautiful experience!