Alto Agiña from Lesaka

Elevation profile Alto Agiña from Lesaka
Elevation profile Alto Agiña from Lesaka
Elevation profile Alto Agiña from Lesaka
321
difficulty points
6.1%
avg. gradient
10.2%
steepest 100 meters
7.7km
length
469m
total ascent

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Alto Agiña from Lesaka is a climb in the region Navarre. It is 7.7km long and bridges 469 vertical meters with an average gradient of 6.1%, resulting in a difficulty score of 321. The top of the ascent is located at 549 meters above sea level. Climbfinder users shared 2 reviews of this climb and uploaded 3 photos.

Road name: NA-4000

5.0 by Jeroen
This is an automatic translation, the original language is: Dutch.
This is 'm: the stunner of the region in terms of beauty. What a climb and what a view. I am still speechless. The climb starts with a kilometre or so in the forest with the sound of a babbling brook. After about three kilometres, it becomes more open and the views slowly start to emerge. The ... read more
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Alto Agiña from Lesaka
Alto Agiña from Lesaka
Alto Agiña from Lesaka

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Alto Agiña from Lesaka
This climb
Navarre
89 climbs
Basque Mountains
238 climbs
Euskal Herria
395 climbs
Spanish Pyrenees
276 climbs
Pyrenees
1213 climbs
Spain
3560 climbs
Europe
45506 climbs
Difficulty points
321
rank
21
rank
65
68% easier than
Monte Oiz from Gerrikaitz
rank
140
77% easier than
Ortzantzurieta from Urepel
rank
158
76% easier than
Port de Cabús from Alins
rank
493
77% easier than
Ortzantzurieta from Urepel
rank
1123
rank
7583
Average gradient
6.1%
rank
18
47% less steep than
Arandigoyen from Calle Sol
rank
110
67% less steep than
Peña Corbera from Muskiz
rank
215
67% less steep than
Peña Corbera from Muskiz
rank
97
46% less steep than
Alto de Eizagirre from Olaberria
rank
646
73% less steep than
Passatge Vall d'Incles
rank
1056
78% less steep than
Camino El Monte from Farrobillo
rank
15693
79% less steep than
Calçada do Rêgo Lameiro
Length
7.7km
rank
39
rank
56
67% shorter than
Basakabi from Doneztebe
rank
100
71% shorter than
Col Sensibilé from Alçay
rank
171
rank
440
rank
1437
rank
7603
Total ascent
469m
rank
24
rank
41
51% less ascent than
Monte Oiz from Iurreta
rank
95
68% less ascent than
Col de la Pierre Saint-Martin
rank
149
69% less ascent than
Port de Cabús from Alins
rank
424
rank
1075
rank
6573

Classification

Famous climb
Beautiful scenery
Hidden gem
12 hairpin turns

Road surface condition

67% 33% 0%
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Traffic

67% 33% 0%
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Climbing times

7 km/h 01:05:42
11 km/h 00:41:48
15 km/h 00:30:39
19 km/h 00:24:12

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Reviews (2)

lennerthuylebroeck
1 y 4.0
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Wonderful climb. The road surface is fantastic and the views even better. The only thing missing is a sign at the top, but that makes up for the view of the sea and the surrounding mountains. The climb is certainly not to be underestimated. After the top, there is a short descent to a lake and then another shorter climb. You can make a nice circuit here from France with the Col de Lizarrieta, Alto de Agina, collado de Aritxulegui and then the climb to the Penas de Haya which comes out to about 105km.

Prachtige beklimming. Het wegdek is fantastisch en de uitzichten nog mooier. Op de top ontbreekt enkel een bordje maar dat maakt het uitzicht op zee een de omliggende bergen wel goed. De beklimming is zeker niet te onderschatten. Na de top volgt een korte afdaling tot een meer en vervolgens start alweer een kortere beklimming. Je kunt hier een mooi rondje uitstippelen vanuit Frankrijk met de Col de Lizarrieta, Alto de Agina, collado de Aritxulegui en vervolgens de beklimming naar de Penas de Haya die uitkomt op zo'n 105km.

Jeroen
2 y 5.0
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This is 'm: the stunner of the region in terms of beauty. What a climb and what a view. I am still speechless.
The climb starts with a kilometre or so in the forest with the sound of a babbling brook. After about three kilometres, it becomes more open and the views slowly start to emerge. The last two kilometres left my mouth agape with the overwhelming grandeur of the views. Pictures don't do the view justice. It is so much more beautiful and wide in real life. The higher you go, the more beautiful it gets. The view is certainly very green. This climb alone is worth the trip!

(Just a word of warning. Make sure you start at the bottom with well-filled water bottles. You're stuck in this ford towards the city in the north and there are no places to get water. The climbs can be very hot. On those days, they'll demolish you if you don't carry enough to drink).

Dit is 'm: de knaller van de regio op basis van schoonheid. Wát een klim en wát een uitzichten. Ik ben er nog steeds sprakeloos van.
De klim begint met een kilometer of wat in het bos met het geluid van een kabbelend beekje. Na een kilometer of drie wordt het meer open en komen langzaamaan vergezichten tevoorschijn. De laatste twee kilometer viel mijn mond open van de overweldigende grootsheid van de uitzichten. Foto's doen het uitzicht ook geen eer aan. In het echt is het zoveel mooier en wijdser. Hoe hoger je komt, hoe mooier het wordt. Heel erg groen is het uitzicht zeker. Deze klim is de reis alleen al waard!

(Nog wel even een waarschuwing. Zorg dat je beneden met goed gevulde bidons start. Je zit even vast in deze doorsteek richting de stad in het noorden en er zijn geen plekken om water te krijgen. De klimmen kunnen erg heet zijn. Op die dagen slopen ze je als je niet genoeg te drinken bij je hebt.)

Alto Agiña from Lesaka
Alto Agiña from Lesaka
Alto Agiña from Lesaka