A classic Spanish country side ride. Rolling hills, wheat fields, small roads, and quaint towns!
The town of Jaca gets 300 days of sunshine per year. When the Pyrenees are wet and cold, this is the ride to do. It is at lower elevation making it drier and warmer. If I lived in Jaca, this would be one of my go to training rides – some up, some down and some spinning. Gravel Girl rates this as a 4-star ride.
– Loop: 45 miles / 4000 ft gain
– Location: Jaca, Spain
– Date Posted: July 2017
– Terrain: The route rolls and undulates … and there are two moderate climbs of 1000 feet and 1500 feet, but there is no sustained Pyrenees type climb.
– Pavement: Mostly back country and local transit roads. Good tarmac in general, but can be dimpled in areas.
– Traffic: Very little to little
Park in the public lot in front of the sports complex on N-330a.
**Food / Water
The town of Javierrelatre at ~ mile 23.
For general information on riding in the Pyrenees, see our blog post.
**GPX Track File
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