101.2 miles
8,789 ft
-8,792 ft
3,966 ft
High Point

This comprehensive road bike itinerary is made up of two excellent loops that can be covered separately, setting off from Barbastro or Aínsa / Boltaña. Each loop is one of the classic circular routes of the area: the one from Barbastro to Abizanda and Bárcabo has 105 km in length and 1600 m of vertical gain, while the loop from Aínsa to Las Bellostas and Arcusa has only 59 km in length but 990 m of vertical gain. Both together result in a very demanding route if done in just one day due to its high accumulated height difference, only achievable for cyclists in good shape. If the tour is divided in two stages it becomes an atractive and pleasant mid-mountain route with great landscapes and a rugged profile where the mountain passes of El Pino, Arcusa, Serrablo and San Caprasio stand out.

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Detailed Description
Biello Sobrarbe. Road Bike Sierra de Guara is a 101 mile popular red route located near Barbastro. This road bike only route can be used one direction and has a hard overall physical rating. This route climbs 8,789 ft with a max elevation of 3,966 ft then descends -8,792 ft.
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  • Riding area
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    Road Bike
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  • Direction
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More Stats for Biello Sobrarbe. Road Bike Sierra de Guara mountain bike route
  • Altitude min
    1,091 ft
  • Altitude start
    1,200 ft
  • Altitude end
    1,198 ft
  • Grade
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  • Grade min
  • Distance climb
    44 miles
  • Distance down
    51 miles
  • Distance flat
    6 miles
Avg: 5 (1 votes)
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