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Passo dello Stelvio at 1'540 Meters

Made on an ebike tour going from St.Maria near Müstair up to the Umbrail pass and up to the Stilfserjoch. Then later 2'380 meters down to Tirano via Bormio.

Only 4.5 more kilometers down to Bormio.

See also in German  http://www.quaeldich.de/paesse/stilfser-joch/

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Uploaded: 13/08/2014
Updated: 15/08/2014
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