Senhora da Graca Bike Climb - PJAMM Cycling

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FIETS
7.1 mi
DISTANCE
2,485 ft
GAINED
6.6 %
AVG. GRADE

FULL CLIMB STATS

Page Contributor(s): Heiko Linnert, Germany

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This 11.4 kilometer bike climb is located in Vila Real District, Portugal. The average gradient is 6.6% and there is a total elevation gain of 757 m, finishing at 962 m.

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Cycling Senhora da Graca

Ride 11.4 kilometers gaining 757 meters to elevation 962 meters at 6.6% average grade.

Photos from PJAMM contributor Heiko Linnert, Germany

The climb ends atop Mt. Farinha (The White Mountain) at the Santuário Da Nossa Senhora Da Graça (Shrine of Our Lady of Grace).  The shrine, made of granite from the region, was first built in the 1500’s and has been rebuilt 3 times since.

Santuário Da Nossa Senhora Da Graça

Photos:   http://www.senhoradagraca.pt/ 

This is one of, if not the most, featured climb in the Volta a Portugal.  From 1978 through 2019, the Senhora da Graca climb has been included as a mountain finish in the Volta 40 times - every year except 1982.  

Felipe Cardoso wins Stage 4 of Volta August 2, 2015

Photo:  LusoGolo