Summit finish in San Martino? Well, to be exact, we're not really up at the top, because San Martino was just a stop-off along the long southern approach to the Passo Rolle. We still have another 9 kms to do to the top, but they are beautiful kilometres, so the pass shouldn't present too many problems in the morning's euphoria. The Passo di Valles is waiting for us immediately afterwards. The descent takes us to Cencenighe and, for the first time, we can relax as we ride up the valley to Caprile without needing to cope with any serious gradients. Then, though, it's time to gather our strength once more, for our final pass, the Fedaia, is one of the really demanding obstacles, with gradients of up to 16 percent. On the lower slopes, though, we are treated to another highlight - the picturesque Sottoguda Gorge. Up on the Fedaia we ride past the Marmolada Glacier, and then it's down to Canazei, where we shall spend two nights.<italic>Variant:</italic>You can get up to a fabulous 4000 m of climbing by throwing in the Duran and Staulanza passes too.