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Cambrils Tag 4 – Zum Castell monestir d’Escornalbou

Difficult
02:56
34.8 mi
11.9 mph
3,200 ft
3,200 ft
Expert road ride. Very good fitness required. Mostly well-paved surfaces and easy to ride.

Tour Overview

Starting Point
7.83 mi
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Embassament de Riudecanyes

Road Cycling Highlight (Segment)

10.8 mi
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Coll de la Teixeta

Road Cycling Highlight (Segment)

24.4 mi
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Riudecanyes – Castell monestir d'Escornalbou

Road Cycling Highlight (Segment)

34.8 mi
Destination

Weather Forecast

komoot planned a road ride.

November 23, 2017

Comments

  • komoot

    If you have enough reserves after the queen stage, you can still add a few meters on the last day of this short trip - the last tour leads back to the foot of the Coll de la Teixeta.The real destination of the day, however, is the monastic castle of Castell monestir d'Escornalbou, built high up above. Only a few kilometers after the already repeatedly passed water reservoir, the narrow road T-343 leads from Duesaigües via l'Argentera to the western entrance of the cloister fortress.At the latest after leaving the T-343 you find yourself in a small paradise for cyclists: lonely roads, beautiful bends and great views.The cul-de-sac to Klosterburg is only about 300 meters long, but at least recorded an increase of 18 percent. If the legs are still motivated, you can also take this piece and then visit the monastery.The popular with tourists Ostanfahrt of Riudecanyes serves today as a descent, which meanders winding down to the town. Afterwards, you will then return to the starting point of your four-day short break - which will hopefully not be your last in Cambrils, because there is still much to discover!

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    • November 20, 2017

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