|Height||Climbing height - length|
|1591m||504m - 8.2 km (St. Jodok)
1016m - 36.5 km (Innsbruck)
|3 (5)||3 (5)|
|How to get there||It is a long ride up here from Innsbruck (590m), where it only gets steep after St. Jodok. If coming from the Brennerpass/Passo del Brennero (1370m) the climb starts just before St. Jodok (1102m). The small road from the nice Vals valley takes you up through the woods on a hairpinned road to the pass, where there is open farmland and nice views. The best views are on the start of the climb out of Vals.|
|Other comments||Unfortunately the gravel track down the other side to the Brenner road is not possible to use with a road bike (popular with mountain bikers, I believe, but possibly not all rideable even for them from what I heard). With an asphalt road over here it would not have been as obscure a pass as now is. If you are in the area, it is a nice little detour though!