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top 7 of 2022

These are the 7 most popular routes on WHIP in 2022. Find out them all with details and elevation, navigate them or download the gpx to retrace them at the first opportunity, they are really worth it!

Proposing the best routes of the year made by WHIP riders has now become a regular occurrence. Let's go together to discover the most visited places by our dowel enthusiasts. Here are the Top 7 Enduro 2022 routes for you.

#7 Forra Road

➡️ 45Km ⬆️ 1600m 🔵 Intermediate

This route, located in northern Italy, offers breathtaking views of the Alps and lakes Garda and Ledro. The Strada della Forra is a scenic road through the Stelvio National Park in Lombardy, Italy. It is a very scenic and challenging road bike route, with uphill and downhill sections that offer breathtaking views of the mountains and lakes in the area. The route begins in Val Camonica, near Edolo, and follows State Road 42 of Tonale and Mendola to Ponte di Legno. From here, it continues in the direction of the Stelvio Pass, traversing the alpine landscape with panoramic views of Val di Sole and Val di Non.

#6 Côte d'Azur

➡️ 34Km ⬆️ 300m 🟢Easy

The Côte d'Azur Bike Route begins in Nice, a city on the Mediterranean coast of France. From here, the route follows the coast through the village of Villefranche-sur-Mer, with its sandy beaches and the crystal-clear waters of the Mediterranean Sea. Continuing eastward, the route passes through the village of Beaulieu-sur-Mer, famous for its marina and picturesque waterfront. After Beaulieu-sur-Mer, the route continues inland through the Alpes-Maritimes region. Here, the terrain becomes more hilly and the landscape is characterized by vineyards, olive groves, and picturesque villages. The route then continues inland, passing through the villages of Grasse and Saint-Paul-de-Vence, with their narrow streets and stone buildings. After Saint-Paul-de-Vence, the route returns to the coast, passing through the city of Cannes, famous for its Film Festival and glamorous waterfront.

#5 Costa de la Luz

➡️ 62Km ⬆️ 140m 🟢Easy

The Coast of Light Route is a bicycle route that follows the southwestern coast of Spain, crossing the regions of Andalusia and Extremadura. The route begins in Tarifa, on the southern tip of the Iberian Peninsula, and heads north through breathtaking coastal landscapes and historic cities such as Cádiz and Huelva. From here, the route moves inland through the hills of the Sierra de Grazalema and then back toward the sea through the beaches of El Rompido. The route continues north, passing through the town of Ayamonte and crossing the Guadiana River to enter Portugal. Once in Portugal, the route follows the coast through the Algarve region, passing through cities such as Lagos and Albufeira before arriving in Faro, where the route ends.

#4 Wine roads in France

➡️ 142km ⬆️ 300m 🔵Intermediate, little elevation gain but a lot of distance

The French wine road by bike is a great option for those who enjoy cycling and wine, as it offers the chance to explore some of France's most beautiful wine regions in a relaxed way and at your own pace. It could be a perfect experience for those seeking an active yet relaxing vacation immersed in nature and wine culture.

#3 Dolomites Road

➡️ 72,6 km ⬆️ 900m 🔵Intermediate

As you travel this road by road bike, you will be able to admire the beauty of the surrounding mountains and natural landscapes. The route starts in Cortina d'Ampezzo, and runs all the way around Mount Pore, passing through Canazei. Passo Giau is one of the most beloved places for cyclists and outdoor enthusiasts in general, the always snow-capped peaks will be the backdrop to your ride.

#2 Lanciano Pass

➡️40Km ⬆️ 1837m 🔴 Challenging average slope of 7.5%

Passo Lanciano is one of the most famous salote climbs for road cycling enthusiasts in Italy and beyond.The route begins in the town of Chietio and winds through the eastern slope of the Maiella, an Apennine mountain range. The road to Passo Lanciano is about 18 km long and has an average gradient of 7.5 percent. The route has several twists and turns, with some steeper sections. The summit of Passo Lanciano reaches an elevation of 1,197 meters and offers spectacular views of the valley below and the Maiella mountain range. To reach Passo Lanciano by road bike, starting from Lanciano, you can follow the SS547 state road that climbs to the pass. The road is paved and well-maintained, making it suitable for cycling.

#1 La Thuile

➡️ 71Km ⬆️ 2200m 🔴 Challenging

La Thuile is a coveted half for all cyclists, road and otherwise. The route starts in Gressan and follows State Road 26, a perfect asphalt surface will guide you through the beauty of the forests and the views of the Alps until you reach your destination.

The first section has a slight incline until you enter the town of La Thuille, from there the gradient increases significantly and you will need good training or willpower to reach the top, but the views will repay your effort and you can stop at one of the many refreshments with Mont Blanc peeping out at you.


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