Cycling Puerto de Mijares Gavilanes

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Puerto de Mijares - Gavilanes

Basic data & ranking

Average grade: 5 %

Length: 22 km

Altitude start: 468 m

Altitude top: 1577 m

Ascent: 1109 m

Puerto de Mijares rankings

Difficulty ranking world: 1904 (all)
Ranking Spain: 162 (all)
Difficulty score: 93.67 what?

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The Puerto de Mijares is situated in Castilla-Leon. Starting from Gavilanes, the Puerto de Mijares ascent is 22 km long. Over this distance, you climb 1109 heightmeters. The average percentage thus is 5 %.

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Since 2005, the Puerto de Mijares will be/was climbed in the following big tour stages:
Vuelta España 2011 :  Talavera de la Reina > San Lorenzo de El Escorial on 27/08/2011
Vuelta España 2007 :  Talavera de la Reina - Avila on 20/09/2007

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Story by jan devos from sint-martens-latem, belgium, submitted on 04/07/2006
We climbed the Mijares in June 2005, as part of a stage from Talavera de la Reina to Burgohondo. Clouded sky when starting, and the first rain fell out in the Tietar-valley. We started the climb, which showed a gradient typically for Central Spain, i.e. never really steep. We passed Gavilanes, but once in Mijares-village, the heavy rain made continuing now very unattractive. For this reason, we interrupted and took a coffee in the hostal. After about 2 hrs, the first blue reappeared and we continued in nearly ideal circumstances, the temperature being somewhat less than the days before. The rest of the climb is very regular (6 - 6.5 %), first in a forest region, and finally in a nearly alpine scenery. The road is in good shape. The descent to Burgohondo has a lot of hairpins and offers constantly a nice panorama. On this side, the road is very good.

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