Gampen Pass, Trento

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Hiking Trail · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Gampen Pass (German: Gampenpass, Gampenjoch, Italian: Passo delle Palade); (1,518 m) is a high mountain pass in the South Tyrol, northern Italy. It connects the Adige valley and the Non Valley. The pass is open year-round. The pass road has a maximum gradient of 9%.

From 1810 until 1815, the pass was on the border of the Italian state founded by Napoleon and the Kingdom of Bavaria to the north.
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  • We hit that place upon a bicycle tour 2010. I have been very impressed. A nearly twenty kilometers downhill to Lana... Friendly people all over. That's "my" South Tirol. A must see location. Recommended to go.
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