Alassio-Testico (climbing from Stellanello)


A short but nice track to discover the hinterland: you first go to Andora following the coastal road via Capo Mele, then continue up the valley to Stellanello, where the climb to Testico begins. From there, you take the very nice hilly road to San Damiano and Moglio, before the scenic descent to Alassio.
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Completing this track should take approximately 1 hour 52 minutes for an average cyclist.  Click here to check track duration for various levels of cyclists <- Click!


  Start location:  Alassio   Start altitude: 11  m  
  End location:  Alassio   End altitude: 11  m  
  Track length: 44.2  km   Total ascent: 632  m  
  Europoints (difficulty): 405.9  pts   Lowest altitude: 5  m  
  Maximum slope (100m): 8.2  %   Highest altitude: 467  m  
  Flat distance (<=1%): 13.9  km   Climbing dist. 2%-5%: 7.4  km  
  Climbing distance: 16.3  km   Climbing dist. 5%-8%: 4.0  km  
  Descent distance: 14.0  km   Climbing dist. >8%: 0.2  km  


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