The Superbagnères is situated in Midi-Pyrenees. This climb belongs to the Pyrenees.
Starting from Bagnères de Luchon,
the Superbagnères ascent is 18.5 km long. Over this distance, you climb 1170 heightmeters.
The average percentage thus is 6.3 %.
Stories, information and comments from Superbagnères climbers
Story by Philip MAGNUS from London, United Kingdom, submitted on 29/09/2015
I rode SuperB on a glorious Sepetember afternoon. Felt good after climbing the Peyresourde in the morning. The back valley gives superb views of the Madaleta and Aneto glaciers in Spain. I found it a tough climb due to the inconsistent gradient. Very hard to find a rhythm. At least the equal of Ventoux (pick your side). Having made it to the top, the views are utterly stupendous. The last 1500m are unforgiving....or maybe it was just a bad gig for me. Definitely one to put on your list.
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Story by Lloyd Evans from Brighton, UK, submitted on 16/02/2006
My first ever HC climb. The average gradient is seriously skewed by the first two kms, and I dont think Id include them. The red section at 3km is seriously depressing if, like me, youve never climbed anything tougher than a Cat 3 climb before. Great views from about half way up and from the ski station at the top. Nice decent, as well, particularly the bottom half.