Port de Tudons
By Artem Kazachkov
Moderate to hard
Great sea views are rewarding
Col de Tudons
Port de Tudons is one of the most popular cycling climbs in the Valencia Community, and is a favoured training ground of professional riders over the winter. It has featured several times in the Vuelta a España, although often quite early in the stage rather than being a decisive climb.The gradients on Port de Tudons are gentle and consistent, but the length makes it a moderately challenging climb; although one which is best included in a longer route rather than done by itself. The scenery is very picturesque, particularly on the lower slopes with views of the spectacular Puig Campana mountain.
Cat 1 Climb / 15.3km / 5% Reaching 1,024 meters above sea level, with over 15km of continuous climbing and an average gradient of5%, this is the longest and most difficult ascent of Puerto de Tudons.
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