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Gran Stelvio

Ambition and enjoyment on one of the highest passes in the Alps

Climb the Stelvio from all three sides in one day and earn the Gran Stelvio badge. The challenge starts from Prad to Bormio, then over the Umbrail pass to Santa Maria and then back again to Prad. Find out more about the route and how to take part or download the route directly onto your device.

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Become part of the legend

Anyone can take part in this challenge at any time. Only the weather limits the accessibility of the Stelvio pass – the best time of year is from June til September. During this time the Stelvio is normally always open.

Station 1: Hotel Zentral


You can pick up the time card and the starting stamp in the Hotel Zentral in Prad.

Hotel Zentral
Hauptstraße 48
Prad am Stilfserjoch, Italien
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Station 2: Bar da Stefy


Get your second stamp in the Bar da Stefy in Bormio. This is also the ideal place to enjoy a traditional Italian breakfast.

Bar da Stefy
Via Milano 134
Bormio SO, Italien
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Station 3: Hotel Alpina


The third control point is at the Hotel Alpina in Switzerland. You can enjoy lunch here and gather some strength for the rest of the route.

Hotel Alpina
Via Maistra
Santa Maria Val Müstair, Schweiz
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Station 4: Hotel Zentral


You’ll receive the final stamp again in Hotel Zentral in Prad. It’s also the ideal place to celebrate your achievement with an Aperol Spritz or a Weissbier.

Hotel Zentral
Hauptstraße 48
Prad am Stilfserjoch, Italien
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Digital proof


In order to enter the ranks of those who’ve mastered the challenge, all we need is your name and proof that you rode the route in one day. You can either send us your GPS track or your Strava posting by email to

Don’t forget to tell us if you want your full name to be posted on our site.

Analogue proof

analoger-nachweisYou can of course use the traditional way of the time card in order to prove completion of the challenge.

Simply send us a photo of your time card by email to in order to be included in the finisher list. Don’t forget to tell us if you want your full name to be posted on our site.

You’ll get the card stamped at our partners in Prad, Bormio and Santa Maria Val Müstair.

The badge

After you’ve sent us your proof along with your postal address, we’ll send you your Stelvio finisher badge free of cost as reward. You can then add it to the collection, or iron or sew it onto your jersey.

Send in your proof now!


For those who have proven themselves to have conquered the challenge, we also offer you the option to buy the Gran Stelvio T-Shirt… show that you’re now part of the legend. You’ll receive a link to order after you’ve sent us your proof. (Available 2017)

Send in your proof now!

The price is € 39,-

Top 20

The Gran Stelvio is first and foremost a challenge to be enjoyed. However, we’re all athletes and as such we want to recognize extraordinary performances. Coming soon here, you’ll soon find the fastest 20 to have completed the Stelvio challenge.

  1. John Kinkhammer 06:19:04
  2. Oliver Ohmsen 06:21:42
  3. Olaf Krilling 06:23:05
  4. Don Miguel 06:36:10
  5. Stephan Beer 06:37:34
  6. Dirk Küster 06:39:01
  7. Florian Zeitler 06:42:52
  8. Joe Molyneaux 06:43:59
  9. Ralph Seifert 06:46:07
  10. Till Zupancic 06:48:01
  11. Stephan Weber 06:49:27
  12. Andreas Mueller 06:49:50
  13. Steve Lischinsky 06:55:09
  14. Radek Rucinski 06:55:11
  15. Manuel Zeller 06:56:10
  16. Matthias Müller 06:56:41
  17. Kai Petrick 07:01:58
  18. Jürgen Steiner 07:03:42
  19. Bianca Hertlein 07:04:09
  20. Julian Klein 07:04:43
  21. Andreas Preidel 07:06:22
  22. Thomas Roehling 07:13:45
  23. Michael Zint 07:14:25
  24. Daniel Klapper 07:19:09
  25. Martin Völkl 07:19:15
  26. Stefan Vogg 07:19:21
  27. Georg Nitzl 07:20:02
  28. Daniel Schmidt 07:24:51
  29. Reto Aeppli 07:26:36
  30. Olaf Graf 07:30:08
  31. Andreas Schumacher 07:35:51
  32. Christian Dietl 07:37:00
  33. Marcus Deubler 07:37:21
  34. Thomas Dietzsch 07:38:01
  35. Thomas Hölzl 07:38:15
  36. Peter Vedder 07:38:18
  37. Martin Lieberherr 07:40:30
  38. Erik Zenkner 07:45:23
  39. Bodo Maier 07:45:50
  40. Marcel Domin 07:51:31
  41. Thomas Klar 07:52:50
  42. Maximilian Rosenthal 07:53:57
  43. Udo Hänle 07:54:19
  44. Roger Egloff 07:59:32
  45. Bernd Strathmann 08:01:03
  46. Heinz Kunz 08:05:49
  47. Jan Kubetzek 08:06:19
  48. Dimitri Vitkin 08:09:39
  49. Joe Molyneaux 08:10:18
  50. Jörg Müller 08:14:00
  51. Marco Gianoli 08:18:48
  52. Christian Fligge 08:24:49
  53. Heiko Wild 08:35:32
  54. Achim Seifter 09:04:17
  55. Christian Rosbaud 09:08:26
  56. Thomas Lugmeier 09:23:28
  57. Andreas Pfeiffer 09:23:31
  58. Lars Barrall 09:24:07
  59. Guido Meurer 09:41:50


Everyone who conquers the Stelvio can be proud of themselves. We’re certainly proud of you all!

  • Achim Seifter
  • Alexander Sasse
  • Andre Girgner
  • Andreas Mueller
  • Andreas Pfeiffer
  • Andreas Preidel
  • Andreas Schumacher
  • Andrej Arnold
  • Bernd Rücker
  • Bernd Strathmann
  • Bianca Hertlein
  • Bodo Maier
  • Christian Dietl
  • Christian Fligge
  • Christian Rosbaud
  • Daniel Klapper
  • Daniel Schmidt
  • Dimitri Vitkin
  • Dirk Küster
  • Don Miguel
  • Erik Zenkner
  • Fabian Rücker
  • Felix Munz
  • Florian Zeitler
  • Georg Neuber
  • Georg Nitzl
  • Guido Meurer
  • Heiko Wild
  • Heinz Kunz
  • Jan Kubetzek
  • Joe Molyneaux
  • Joe Molyneaux
  • John Kinkhammer
  • Jörg Müller
  • Julian Klein
  • Jürgen Steiner
  • Kai Petrick
  • Kay Hoffmann
  • Lars Barrall
  • Manuel Zeller
  • Marcel Domin
  • Marco Gianoli
  • Marcus Deubler
  • Martin Lieberherr
  • Martin Völkl
  • Matthias Müller
  • Maximilian Rosenthal
  • Michael Zint
  • Olaf Graf
  • Olaf Krilling
  • Oliver Ohmsen
  • Peter Vedder
  • Radek Rucinski
  • Ralph Seifert
  • Reto Aeppli
  • Roger Egloff
  • Rüdiger Heß
  • Stefan Vogg
  • Stephan Beer
  • Stephan Weber
  • Steve Lischinsky
  • Thomas Dietzsch
  • Thomas Hölzl
  • Thomas Klar
  • Thomas Lugmeier
  • Thomas Roehling
  • Thomas Welters
  • Till Zupancic
  • Udo Hänle
  • Uwe Peters
  • Walter Binder