Cycling Monte Serra Pieve di Compito

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Monte Serra - Pieve di Compito

Basic data & ranking

Average grade: 7.8 %

Length: 10.5 km

Altitude start: 96 m

Altitude top: 917 m

Ascent: 821 m

Monte Serra rankings

Difficulty ranking world: 2051 (all)
Ranking Italy: 557 (all)
Ranking Apennines: 85(all)
Difficulty score: 90.29 what?

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The Monte Serra is situated in Tuscany. This climb belongs to the Apennines. Starting from Pieve di Compito, the Monte Serra ascent is 10.5 km long. Over this distance, you climb 821 heightmeters. The average percentage thus is 7.8 %.

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Story by Doug Thomson from Woodstock, United Kingdom, submitted on 14/08/2013
A really enjoyable climb from Pieve di Compito and then descent to Buti. Staying near Marlia I had 20km or so to warm up in the valley and then head up the hill. From Pieve di Compito is a narrower ascent, mostly shaded, at 8am only one car passed me and no other cyclists spotted on this side. The descent to Buti is wider and a shallower gradient (from Pieve the Garmin hovered around 9% most of the way, with a couple of ramps up to 15%) so therefore quite fast; be warned the surface on the lower half towards Buti is very rough indeed. Overall a really beautiful climb with stunning views to the Maremma, Lucca and Pisa.
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Story by stef conti from durban, South Africa, submitted on 27/10/2010
Climbed the monte serra from the calci side,havent tried any other route,only had a 39X21 and it was hard work. Which is the hardest side to climb
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Story by Walter from Oudergem, Belgium, submitted on 18/07/2010
A very nice climb. If you take the local roads from Lucca to Pieve di Compito, you have a warming up of some 20km. And then the real fun starts. The first km is the easiest one. Then the average gradient goes up to 9-11 percent. Nearly no traffic and very beautiful view at the top. Starting from Buti, the way is a bit longer and less steep (most of the time between 7-8 percent).
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Story by Martijn from , The Netherlands, submitted on 16/09/2009
Its possible to climb it 3-ways: from Calci, Pieve di Compito and from Buti. I did the last two, and that one from P.di C. is the nicest one. A few hard parts, but a beautiful scene and less traffic. The one from Buti is also beautiful, but in the weekends u have more traffic over there. Tip: form Buti is the southside, form P.diC. is East/North-East, so the temperature is lower.
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Story by Nick Giles from Sydney, Australia, submitted on 30/10/2008
We were holidaying near the bottom of Monte Serra and I had a Bike Friday Pocket Rocket with me. I rode up at 6am in the morning and it was delightful with only one car on the whole route. The road is a lovely surface and the gradient is pretty consistent most of the way with nothing extraordinary, just pretty steady. There are 3 or 4 convenient water springs on the way up. Near the top there is a cafe, but it was closed when I got there. The final section is up to the secure area where there are numerous aerials and such like. Coming down you can either re-trace of circle round the other side. A fine climb.
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