Innovating year on year, the Haute Route has added three brand new 3-day events to the European calendar in 2018. The much-anticipated Maserati Haute Route Norway and Haute Route Stelvio are set to take place from August 3rd to 5th and June 8th to 10th respectively. The revamped Haute Route Dolomites taking place from September 21st to 23rd also promises a brand new take on an iconic mountain range.
Each has its own unique appeal for Haute Route riders; read on below for the highlights of each event, and watch this video for a sneak peak of what’s in store.
MASERATI HAUTE ROUTE NORWAY – DISCOVER A NEW CYCLING CULTURE
• Discover a brand new cycling culture in a gorgeous location
• Become at one with your bike as you enjoy the quiet roads and jaw-dropping countryside of the Norwegian fjords
• Navigate the fjords by ferry on your way to the start line before each stage
• Bring your family along to enjoy a host of activities and the renowned local gastronomy.
• Enjoy easy logistics and travel for 3 days of unforgettable cycling in Stavanger.
HAUTE ROUTE STELVIO – RIDING INTO THIN AIR
• Conquer the most renowned and recognisable climb in Italy.
• Discover its notorious neighbours like the Passo Mortirolo and Passo Gavia
• Follow in the footsteps of some of the most famed names of Italian cycling
• Let yourself be enchanted by the famed mountain town of Bormio.
• Focus purely on your riding thanks to easy logistics onsite and fast access from Milan international airports.
HAUTE ROUTE DOLOMITES – A NEW TAKE ON THE ITALIAN GIANTS
• Test the exciting new 3-day format based in the heart of the Italian Dolomites
• Appreciate the history associated with the region and the beauty of a UNESCO world heritage site
• Let yourself be mesmerized by the inimitable rugged landscapes surrounding the famous cols
• Enjoy the unique culture and hospitality of the celebrated cycling town of Predazzo
• Reach your full potential on the bike thanks to 3-days of simple logistics and easy access to Predazzo from international airports nearby (Venice, Verona, Innsbruck).