3.39 km.
3.26%
1192.41 ft.
110.68 m.
Category 4

    Coll de Sa Gramola from Estellencs is one of those small but difficult climbs, the first kilometer and a half being quite tricky, not only due to unexpected and demanding slopes, but also a terrible combination between a road that catches your wheel and a section where the wind proves to be a major handicap during the climb.

    However, despite the existence of tarmac sectors that can be improved, in general it is a fairly busy climb due to its beauty and combination with routes that allow us to cover long distances through the Serra de Tramuntana, full of cliffs at the foot of the road from which we will enjoy our route.

    The ascent is a 3.39 km course whose figures are misleading: a succession of climbs and descents during the course, the positive slope of 110 m and the average slope is 3.26%. However, the aforementioned combination of factors, together with the first kilometer where the asphalt is probably in poorer condition, makes the climb more difficult than expected.

    Once this first sector is crossed, there is a section with several undemanding but long slopes.

    The highest point of the climb has a small rest area that serves as a landing spot to take a photo with the conquest poster and views that enlighten the soul and spirit.

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