By Chris Smith

Tuesday 17th April 2018

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Costa Dorada Routes

 


There are some great routes in the Costa Dorada. We would describe it as a middle mountain region. The climbs top out at about 1000m, but with 330 days of sunchsine a year, great quiet roads and beautiful countryside, this is one of our favourite palces to ride in Spain. 

La Mussara is the highest point in the area and the loop from the coast winds it's way up to the base of the climb, before there is a conserted 10km climb, a brillaint ridge ride and then a fast and furious descent back to the sea.

Relive 'Costa Dorada - La Mussara Loop'

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La Morera de Montsant loop is a tough day in the saddle, you climb 24km uphill to begin with, at a steady 4%, before dropping down, in to and out off, two further valleys. The last valley you enter feels like a step back in time, with Escaladei worth a stop for coffee to steady yourself for the next climb. The climb is hard with ramps of 15% for 3km. Roughly translated from Catalan the climb's name means steps of god, and the climb will have even non-beleivers praying for the top. All that is left is a big descent from here, one final easy climb, and then a fast downhill to the coast. 

Relive 'Costa Dorada - La Morera de Montsant'

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