Cycling Alto Aitana Puerto Tudons

Register now!
Login
download mobile app
download mobile app
How to advertise here?
hide

Alto Aitana - Puerto Tudons


Basic data & ranking

Average grade: 8 %

Length: 6.6 km

Height start: 1024 m

Height top: 1558 m

Elevation gain: 534 m

Maximum: 13 %

Alto Aitana rankings

Difficulty ranking world: 2880 (all)
Ranking Spain: 288 (all)
Difficulty score: 71.38 what?

Alto Aitana ratings

(4) Overall

(rate it)

 
Description

The Alto Aitana is situated in Comunidad Valenciana . Starting from Puerto Tudons, the Alto Aitana ascent is 6.6 km long. Over this distance, you climb 534 heightmeters. The average percentage thus is 8 %.

Look for other sides to climb the Alto Aitana.

Do you want to
climb the Alto Aitana?

add to myclimbbybike
 
 
Profile & route

profile Alto Aitana - click to open in new window

profile Alto Aitana

open big profile of the Alto Aitana in a new window

If you wish, you can add up to 10 points by clicking on the map, or entering an address.

Address: Mode of travel:
Route incorrect? Suggest the correct route here.
 
Location info

Find all information on climbs and cycling in Comunidad Valenciana and find all climbs in Comunidad Valenciana on a map.

Other climbs close to the Alto Aitana: within 10 km - within 20 km - within 50 km

 
Stories, information and comments from Alto Aitana climbers
Story by steve from alfaz del pi, Spain, submitted on 15/09/2009
I climbed this the other week to watch the end of the vuelta. It is a militry base and only open a couple of times a year. We started in Benidorm so had a 1300m climb. Good fun, cool at the top!!
My personal climb rating:

Tell us your story too! Or send your story in your own language: NL -  FR -  DE -  ES

Send your story on the Alto Aitana:

Did you climb the Alto Aitana? Please send your cycling story, description or comments. You can also send us video's or send us pictures on the Alto Aitana.


Name *

Email *

City

Country *

Your general rating *

Traffic *

Road condition *

Amenities *

Surroundings *

Subscribe newsletter


Your comment/story *

  

© climbbybike™ All rights reserved 2005 -