The Passo di Baremone is situated in Lombardy. This climb belongs to the Alps.
Starting from Anfo,
the Passo di Baremone ascent is 11.26 km long. Over this distance, you climb 1012 heightmeters.
The average percentage thus is 9 %.
Stories, information and comments from Passo di Baremone climbers
Story by Andreas van Dongen from Rotterdam, The Netherlands, submitted on 09/03/2009
In the past 7 years I climbed it at least 10 times; what a great climb! Very steep and it keeps going untill the top. As Roel mentioned there is indeed a flat section in the middle, and I cant recall a steep section in the end either. Starting with 2 hours I the goal was to finish within the hour in which I finally succeeded 2 years ago.
If you like the area, there is also the Croce Domini nearby.
This year I will use it as a practice for the Alpe dHuez later this fall; almost the same length and less steep ;-)
My personal climb rating:
Story by Roel van der Linden from , netherlands , submitted on 22/07/2007
rode it a long time ago (1991)
still stuck in my mind because of the solitude and only 1 car passing during my 1.5 hr ascent (it was probably the owner of the rifugio rosa di baremone on the "top" as the road continues
first 2 km are hard as you come off the main road (12 %)then shortly after you have passed the chapel there is a reprieve as you are going slightly downhill for about 1km (not shown in the graph that is not very accurate either). then the climb (16-17% )punishes every bit of the lost altitude and keeps going up relentlessly until you reach the truly spectactular hairpin section, the road is glued to the spine of cuca chetoi.
the graph shows that the last 2 km are very steep .
i can´t recall that for i think that the gradient is not more than 10% but the middle section is about avg 2% steeper than in the graph
min % is -2%
max % is 17 %