Route starts at the CG-3, at Hotel Niunit in el Serrat (1,505 m), and ends on the CS-380 at the La Coma in Arcalís (2,229 m).
Its category is grade 1a sp (very difficult). Andorra Cycling route 7 has an average gradient of 6.9% with a difference in level of 724 metres over a distance of 10.5 kilometres. It was on these severe ramps where Ulrich won the stage that gave him victory in the Tour de France in 1997.
THE “TOUR DE FRANCE” TOOK PLACE HERE IN 1997, 2009 AND 2016. DURING THE 1997 “TOUR DE FRANCE”, JAN ULRICH CAME OUT OF THE HARDEST CLIMBS IN ANDORRA IN FRONT, WINNING THE STAGE AND ALLOWING HIM TO WEAR THE YELLOW JERSEY ALL THE WAY TO PARIS.
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