149 kmrace
3
20 april

Lana

Overlooking the city of Lana, the Vigiljoch/Monte San Vigilio is only accessible by cable car, and offers an ideal combination of panoramic routes in contact with the nature. As holiday destination, Lana offers a program of summer activities for children in addition to cultural, artistic, musical, and gastronomic events.

Niederdorf/Villabassa

Located in Pustertal/Val Pusteria, in the eastern part of South Tyrol, Niederdorf/Villabassa has plenty of attractions and alpine lakes to choose from. Among these, the Pragser Wildsee/Lago di Braies is a well-known touristic destination, perfect for hiking in the summer, and for skiing tours, snowshoe walks and cross-country skiing excursions in the winter

Description

No major difficulties for the riders in the early kilometers of stage 3 are straightforward, reaching Bozen/Bolzano and Klausen/Chiusa after crossing the Eisacktal/Valle Isarco. After the Intermediate Sprint in Velthurns/Velturno, a short descent takes the group to Brixen/Bressanone, home of the 2021 TotA start, and into the valley floor of the Pustertal/Val Pusteria.
From Vintl/Vandoies, the stage gets into its core with the first KOM of the day in Terenten/Terento, 6,1 km at an 8% average gradient. The beautiful descent Bruneck/Brunico rewards the riders of the effort, interrupted in the central part by the Pfalzen/Falzes plateau.
From there, the riders get into the Gadertal/Val Badia and eventually turn towards St. Vigil in Enneberg/San Vigilio di Marebbe to approach the Furkelpass/Passo Furcia (7,9 Km at a 7,6% average gradient) with the last 4 km constantly around 10%. From the KOM, there will be 24 km left to the finish line, including 10 on the way down towards the Pustertal/Val Pusteria road, and the last 10 on a slight ascent towards the finish line in Niederdorf/Villabassa.

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