Serrablo - Boltaña (Aragón)
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Roads & TrafficThe road is in good condition.
There is very little traffic throughout the climb.
Climb DescriptionSerrablo is a very quiet and peaceful climb in the foothills of the Spanish Pyrenees. It begins close to the historic town of Ainsa - which is well worth a visit for its beautiful Medieval old town. The scenery on the climb is largely forested, but there are some excellent views to the north, looking into the Ordesa National Park, home of the elusive Monte Perdido.
Serrablo is open throughout the year.
Other sidesSerrablo can also be climbed from the west, but it is much more rolling on this side, rather than a steady ascent.
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Baños de Benasque