|Kreuzbergpass/Passo di Monte Croce di Comélico|
|Height||Climbing height - length|
|1636m||751m - 21.1 km (S. Stefano); 456m -14.4 km (Innichen/San Candino)
683m - 18.5 km (Campitello); 445m - 10.8 km (Padola)
|2 (5)||4 (5)|
|How to get there||This is really a rather easy pass for its height from all directions, although it is uphill from down in Belluno, but not really a “climb” from donw there. I think it is underrated in terms of beauty as you have some of the best views of the Dolomites mountains up at Tre Cime/Drei Zinnen above Misurina. The road itself is a bit boring and uneventful, but is a pratical north-south passage between the German speaking north and Italian speaking south.|
|Other comments||The road is, depite being rather wide and good, not heavily trafficated. There are some interesting climbs in the area that demands a lot more of the cyclist than this climb, like the Passo di Sant’Antonio/Passo del Zovo (1480m) which is a hard climb from the south. Also the climb to Monte Zovo (1836m) is a well-known hard climb, with lovely views at the top (1901m) along a path (630m from the end of the asphalt), starting in Campitello (983m).