• Open/Closed Alpine Passes

    Are you organizing your holiday in Bormio? Keep monitored the situation of the Alpine passes, especially during summer pre-season, when the situation is subject to change day by day.

    The opening of the most important passes, such as Stelvio, Mortirolo and Gavia, is planning around the 20th of May, but the certain date has not yet been defined.

     

    Update to September 25th, 2018

     

    Stelvio: CLOSED – OPEN FROM 18TH MAY (on the side of the Alto Adige: transit ban for vehicles with a length of more than 10.50 m. From the part of Bormio: prohibition of transit for vehicles with a height exceeding 3.30 m.) (closed during winter season).
    Gavia:CLOSED – transit prohibited to vehicles exceeding 2.80 m of height and 3.5 tons of weight
    Aprica: OPEN all year round
    Bernina: OPEN all year round
    Forcola: CLOSED – transit prohibited to vehicles exceeding 18 tons of weight
    Foscagno: OPEN all year round
    Maloja: OPEN all year round
    Mortirolo:CLOSED (closed during winter season)
    S. Marco: CLOSED (closed during winter season)
    Umbrail/S. Maria:CLOSED – transit prohibited to vehicles exceeding 18 tons of weight, 2.50 m of width and 10m of lenght (closed during winter season)

    Spluga: OPEN (closed during winter season)

     – Crossing of the Gallen/Tunnel Munt La Schera: OPEN all year round with toll. Tunnel Munt la Schera is open 24 hours a day with alternate one-way transit (maximum height 3.60 meters – maximum width 2.50 meters)
    Info: Hours and Tolls (During Summer cyclists and bikers can pass through the Tunnel Munt La Schera using the service Bike-Shuttlebus)

     

    Do you wanna check the situation in real time and find all the useful numbers for more information? Visit the page dedicated to the status of mountain passes Bormio on the website of the Proloco.