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Treparriscos

The Treparriscos is the little sister of the Bearded Vulture, a shorter and less difficult route. The route has a total of 85 kilometers that run through beautiful landscapes and with an ascent to the port of Cotefablo, a perfect option to start making contact with the terrain.

  DISTANCE  SLOPE  DIFFICULTY

83,70 km

1903 m

Medium


 


 

Quebrantahuesos

It is the route par excellence, 2 countries, 4 ports and almost 200 km that run through the best corners of the central Pyrenees.

  DISTANCE  SLOPE  DIFFICULTY

200 km

3.808 m

High


 


 

Luz Ardiren

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  DISTANCE  SLOPE  AVERAGE SLOPE

13,9 km

1030 m

7,41%

 


 

Tourmalet

If there is a mountain pass that points to the true essence of epic cycling, it is the Col du Tourmalet. In the more than 100 years of history of the Gallic round it has been surpassed more than 80 times and although it has been the end of the stage only twice, the ramps of this 2,115m mountain pass -the highest in the French Pyrenees- have witnessed ultra-mythical attacks and historical collapses tens of kilometers to go.
Its own name, which in the Gascon dialect means bad return, perfectly sums up what this cabbage is.
 
  DISTANCE  SLOPE  AVERAGE SLOPE

18,8 km

1405 m

7,47%


 


 

Houtacam

A port linked to Miguel Indurain, which in 1994 was the scene of one of the fiercest attacks in memory. It is a port of more than 15 km, of maintained hardness in which we will hardly find terrifying ramps but which, except when passing through successive towns, will require a constant effort on our part with many kilometers in which the slope does not drop below 7%.
 
  DISTANCE  SLOPE  AVERAGE SLOPE

14,7 km

1100 m

7,48%

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