Mallorca Climbs and Routes

 

Remember the romance of your first ever date on two wheels?

 

Ever fancied rekindling that burning flame?

 

That unbreakable bond between you and your two wheeled wonder. It's what we all want really, isn't it?

 

Well your special one will certainly enjoy the romantic settings in the North of this fabulous Island, take your partner there and let the magic do its work.....

 

 

Cycling routes in Mallorca range from an easy amble along the coast to extreme climbing through spectacular mountains. To be honest though, Mallorca has it all. Hidden away in the North, the Island selfishly hogs some of the best routes Europe can offer for any cyclists, whether it be professional or amateur. And the best thing about Mallorca is,

 

‘You can dump your winter cycling gear!’

 

The weather tends to behave itself a lot better than it does in the UK, thus enabling the average amateur cyclist to be transformed into a lightweight road hogging lean cycling machine.  And this is a good thing, as the less weight you carry, the easier it should be to tackle the more extreme passes lurking in the mountains waiting to pounce. Obviously you will need plenty of water, or if you're a professional then it is ‘fluids’.  So we decided to gather up a number of ideas and routes and basically let you, the cyclist decide where you want to take your loved one for hard day’s riding.

 

Enjoy the view……..

 

 

Climbs that will test your devotion to one another,

or end up in divorce.

 

 

 

Sa Calobra

 

Where is it?  Serra de Tramuntana

How long is it?  9.5 Km (5 miles)

Average Gradient - 7%

How high will I climb?  670m

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Puig Major from Soller

 

Where is it  Serra de Tramuntana

How long is it?  14 Km (8 miles)

Average Gradient - 6.2%

How high will I climb?  830m

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Climbs that will stir passion and lust

and guarantee an early night.

 

Col de Soller

 

Where is it?  Serra de Tramuntana

How long is it?  5 Km (3 miles)

Average Gradient - 5%

How high will I climb?  257m

 

 

San Salvador

 

Where is it?  Felanitx

How long is it?  5 Km (3 miles)

Average Gradient  - 5%

How high will I climb?  410m

 

 

 

Coll de Femenia

 

Where is it?  Serra de Tramuntana

How long is it?  7.5 Km (4 miles)

Average Gradient    6%

How high will I climb?    405m

 

 

Coll de Batalla

 

Where is it?  Serra de Tramuntana

How long is it?  7.9 Km (4 miles)

Average Gradient - 5%

How high will I climb?  386m

 

 

Coll d'Honor

 

Where is it?  Serra de Tramuntana

How long is it?  5.5 Km (3 miles)

Average Gradient - 5.9%

How high will I climb?  350m

 

 

 

 

 

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