7.9 miles
Distance
1,540 ft
Climb
-1,530 ft
Descent
3,644 ft
High Point

Excelente ruta de enduro con un alto porcentaje de senderos de
buena calidad, que aprovecha varios tramos del Camino Real (GR 321)
para acceder al descenso del barranco de Odieta.
Desde Vidángoz se asciende por una buena pista hasta la divisoria
con el valle del río Esca. Un corto tramo de pista continúa hacia el sur
y justo antes de un gran campo arranca el sendero del Camino Real.
Desde allí tenemos más de 6 km ininterrumpidos de sendero, tanto
de subida como de bajada, con algunos pasos técnicos y terreno muy
variado.
En el primer collado se abandona el GR para bordear el pico Argible
por el sur y evitar un buen porteo. Tras conectar de nuevo con el GR
el sendero sigue siendo peleón hasta que comienza el descenso a la
carretera por la divertida senda del barranco de Odieta. El regreso a
Vidángoz se realiza por carretera, donde puede conectarse con el bucle
de Montxonena (ruta 2) para resultar una ruta de 22 km.
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Enduro ibilbide bikaina, kalitate handia duen bide portzentai altua
duena. Errege bidearen tarte batzuk aprobetxatzen ditu Odietako
sakaneko jeitsierara heltzeko.
Bidankozetik gora doa bidea Ezka ibaiaren banalerrora arte. Bide tarte
txiki bat hegoaldera doa eta zelai handi batera ailegatu baino lehen
Errege bidea hasten da. Hortik aurrera 6 kilometroko bide jarraia
dugu, bai igotzeko bai jeisteko, urrats tekniko batzuekin eta askotariko
lur zatiekin.
Lehenengo mendixkan GRa uzten da Argible gaina hegoaldetik inguratzeko eta buelta handiagoa ekiditeko. GRarekin berriro lotuz, bidea zaila izaten jarraitzen du, errepideraino doan Odieta sakaneko beherako jeitsiera dibertigarria hartu arte. Bidankozerako itzulera errepidetik egiten da. Hemen Montxonena buklearekin konektatu daiteke (2.ibilbidea) 22 kilometroko bidea osatzeko.

source: VIdangoz MTB
Detailed Description
01. Odieta is a 8 mile moderately popular intermediate route located near Isaba. This mountain bike primary route can be used both directions and has a moderate overall physical rating. This route includes 2 trails. This route climbs 1,540 ft with a max elevation of 3,644 ft then descends -1,530 ft.

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  • Difficulty rating
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  • Route Type
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  • Direction
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  • Physical rating
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More Stats for 01. Odieta mountain bike route
  • Altitude min
    2,316 ft
  • Altitude start
    2,514 ft
  • Altitude end
    2,523 ft
  • Grade max
    -57.2%
  • Grade min
    35.9%
  • Distance climb
    5 miles
  • Distance down
    3 miles
  • Distance flat
    1,526 ft
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