Cycling Pico Ariero Machico

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Pico Ariero - Machico


Basic data & ranking

Average grade: 7 %

Length: 25.8 km

Height start: 0 m

Height top: 1818 m

Ascent: 1818 m

Maximum: %

Pico Ariero rankings

Difficulty ranking world: 159 (all)
Ranking Portugal: 4 (all)
Difficulty score: 176.08 what?

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Description

The Pico do Arieiro is with its altitude of 1818 meters the third highest peak on the island of Madeira and the highest to be reached by bike. Views are spectacular up there and when there is very good weather, it is even possible to see Porto Santo, the neighbouring island, which is situated 30 nautical miles to the north.

The Pico Ariero is situated in Portugal . Starting from Machico, the Pico Ariero ascent is 25.8 km long. Over this distance, you climb 1818 heightmeters. The average percentage thus is 7 %.

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