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A pretty demanding route, despite not being very long, but where we fill find several mountain passes.

Galilea will be the first climb; 5km long without strong inclines and with a constant gradient of 4.5-5%, reaching the top to the town that gives the pass its name, Puigpunyent. Once there, we will begin our second climb to the Coll d’es Grau, with a few inclines that are a little more demanding than the ones before.

At the end of the descent, we will encounter a pretty hard, 1km stretch, in order to connect with the Coll d’en Claret, which will take us to Valldemossa.

We will ride on favorable terrain until we reach the Puigpunyent roadway, where, after taking the detour towards Calvia, we will begin the last climb.

Es Coll des Tords is a small, 4km pass which is pretty easy and has very little gradient. Once at the top, the rest of the route will be favorable up to the finish.


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  • A pretty demanding route, despite not being very long, but where we fill find several mountain passes.

    Galilea will be the first climb; 5km long without strong inclines and with a constant gradient of 4.5-5%, reaching the top to the town that gives the pass its name, Puigpunyent. Once there, we will begin our second climb to the Coll d’es Grau, with a few inclines that are a little more demanding than the ones before.

    At the end of the descent, we will encounter a pretty hard, 1km stretch, in order to connect with the Coll d’en Claret, which will take us to Valldemossa.

    We will ride on favorable terrain until we reach the Puigpunyent roadway, where, after taking the detour towards Calvia, we will begin the last climb.

    Es Coll des Tords is a small, 4km pass which is pretty easy and has very little gradient. Once at the top, the rest of the route will be favorable up to the finish.


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