Vuelta a España Stage 14 Bike Climb - PJAMM Cycling

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100.3 mi
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14,312 ft
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0.9 %
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2nd stage in the French Pyrenees. Vuelta Home

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La Vuelta A España

Stage 14 (mountain stage #5)

This is the second day in the French Pyrenees. Starting in Sauveterre-de-Béarn, the route goes south back into the Pyrenees to do another two HC climbs, Col Issarbe (Col Hourciere) and the Port de Larrau.

The incredibly scenic Port de Larrau leads to the French-Spain border

After the riders cross back into Spain at the Port de Larrau, and the stage ends back at the French border at the Col de la Pierre Saint Martin. The Col de la Pierre Saint Martin has multiple routes that are some of the hardest in France. The Spanish side, while a challenging climb, is much easier.

The Col de la Pierre Saint Martin