Coll de Sóller from Sóller

Elevation profile Coll de Sóller from Sóller
Elevation profile Coll de Sóller from Sóller
Elevation profile Coll de Sóller from Sóller
307
difficulty points
5.3%
avg. gradient
12.7%
steepest 100 meters
8.9km
length
473m
total ascent

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Coll de Sóller from Sóller is a climb in the region Mallorca. It is 8.9km long and bridges 473 vertical meters with an average gradient of 5.3%, resulting in a difficulty score of 307. The top of the ascent is located at 497 meters above sea level. Climbfinder users shared 4 reviews/stories of this climb and uploaded 9 photos.

Road names: Carretera de Desviament, Ma-11 & Ma-11A

This is an automatic translation, the original language is: Dutch.
This side of Coll de Soller is a bit longer and more difficult than the side from Bunyola. Also here little traffic and an abundance of hairpin bends. While the other side is quite open and sunny you drive here reasonably sheltered, because the whole climb is between 2 mountain ridges. There are als... read more
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Coll de Sóller from Sóller
Coll de Sóller from Sóller
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Coll de Sóller from Sóller
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Coll de Sóller from Sóller
This climb
Mallorca
193 climbs
Balearic Islands
233 climbs
Spain
2001 climbs
Europe
24966 climbs
Difficulty points
307
2
rank
8
55% easier than
Sobremunt
rank
9
55% easier than
Sobremunt
rank
819
rank
5128
Average gradient
5.3%
rank
101
rank
120
rank
1009
81% less steep than
Camino El Monte from Farrobillo
rank
11108
82% less steep than
Calçada do Rêgo Lameiro
Length
8.9km
rank
7
38% shorter than
Puig Major via Fornalutx
rank
8
38% shorter than
Puig Major via Fornalutx
rank
712
rank
4047
Total ascent
473m
rank
6
45% less ascent than
Puig Major from Sóller
rank
6
45% less ascent than
Puig Major from Sóller
rank
701
rank
4358

Classification

Famous climb
Beautiful scenery
Hidden gem
30 hairpin turns

Road surface condition

75% 25% 0%
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Traffic

100% 0% 0%
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Climbing times

7 km/h 01:16:21
11 km/h 00:48:35
15 km/h 00:35:37
19 km/h 00:28:07

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Reviews/stories (3)

Dammie
2 Mo
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The ascent of Col de Soller is a pleasure. Hairpin bends follow each other in quick succession. For me it was easy to do with 34 x 25/28. Out of the saddle now and then. The approach from Soller, however, is difficult and annoying because of the traffic rushing by from Palma (through the tunnel). The descent from Col de Soller to Bunyola is clear, but the last 2 km the road surface is terrible. The ascent of this col is a must if you are going to cycle on Malloca. Nice shady climb when going up and the descent in the sun. Be careful for wild goats that unexpectedly cross the road.

De beklimming van Col de Soller is een genot. Haarspeldbochten volgen elkaar in snel tempo op. Was voor mij goed te doen met 34 x 25/28. Af en toe uit het zadel. De aanloop vanuit Soller is echter lastig en hinderlijk vanwege het voortrazende verkeer i.d.r.v Palma(door de tunnel). De afdaling van Col de Soller richting Bunyola is overzichtelijk alleen de laatste 2 km een verschrikkelijk wegdek. De beklimming van deze col moet je zeker gedaan hebben als je op Mallorca gaat fietsen. Mooie schaduwrijke beklimming bij het omhoog gaan en de afdaling in de zon. Blijft wel oppassen voor wilde geiten, die onverwachts de weg oversteken.

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MaximGeeroms
1 y

My preferred site of the Coll de Sóller because the road surface is of better quality, there is more shade and Sóller is near the main cycling attractions in the island. I came from Palma so did the south side first, descended, and made a U turn at the north entrance of the tunnel near Sóller (2 km from the city centre). From there it took 25 min on my rented Cannondale Supersix Evo. Refueling at the top where you meet fellow riders. Both sides are a real hairpin festival.

Coll de Sóller from Sóller
Coll de Sóller from Sóller
Coll de Sóller from Sóller
HansWenker
1 y
This is an automatic translation, the original language is: Dutch. Show original

This side of Coll de Soller is a bit longer and more difficult than the side from Bunyola. Also here little traffic and an abundance of hairpin bends. While the other side is quite open and sunny you drive here reasonably sheltered, because the whole climb is between 2 mountain ridges. There are also more trees here for some extra shade on a hot day.

Deze kant van Coll de Soller is een stukje langer en lastiger dan de kant vanaf Bunyola. Ook hier weinig autoverkeer en een overdaad aan haarspeldbochten. Terwijl de andere kant vrij open en zonnig is rijd je hier redelijk beschut, doordat de hele klim zich tussen 2 bergkammen bevind. Ook zijn er hier veel meer bomen die op een warme dag voor wat extra schaduw zorgen.

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