The Passo Gouta is situated in Liguria
and belongs to the
Starting from Pigna,
the Passo Gouta ascent is 14 km long. Over this distance, you climb 973 heightmeters.
The average percentage thus is 6.9 %.
Stories, information and comments from Passo Gouta climbers
Story by giuseppe (joe) from bordighera, Italy, submitted on 04/08/2012
Hello, I am just a local fellow and wanted to point out that these mountains belong to the Maritime Apls. The Aennines end at Savona, where the Alps start at the Cadibona Pass. Congratulations for your lovely website. Cheers.
My personal climb rating:
Story by patrick churchill from monaco, Monaco, submitted on 16/05/2011
this is reallly a beautiful climb: a great ride up the river valley from Vigntmigle and then left onto this just before Pigna. As you climb, you shift from olive trees and vinyards to a beautiful pine forest, which is rare so close to the coast. I was up there this weekend (may 14th 2011) and didnt see a car the entire way up.. road is very small but pretty good quality, it feels a steeper than the profile indicates as there are resonably often flat spots for 100 meters or so, so the ramps are steeper than indicated. Enjoy!