Mirador de Ézaro (Galicia)
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Mirador de Ézaro is a short and very steep cilmb. It has a maximum gradient of 30% and there is very little chance to recover on the climb.
Roads & TrafficThe road is in excellent condition throughout.
There is very little traffic on the climb.
Mirador de Ézaro is one of the steepest climbs in professional road cycling, with gradients up to 30%. It has been used several times as a stage finish in the Vuelta a España, with winners here including Joaquim Rodríguez and Dani Moreno. The gradients are the defining feature of the climb, but it also offers fantastic views looking down on the village of Ezaro and the Atlantic Coast - include the cape at Fisterra.
Mirador de Ézaro is open throughout the year.