Galica from Travnik

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Elevation profile Galica from Travnik
Elevation profile Galica from Travnik
Elevation profile Galica from Travnik
741
difficulty points
6.8%
avg. gradient
14.4%
steepest 100 meters
14km
length
950m
total ascent

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Galica from Travnik is a climb in the region Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is 14km long and bridges 950 vertical meters with an average gradient of 6.8%, resulting in a difficulty score of 741. The top of the ascent is located at 1493 meters above sea level. Climbfinder users shared 1 review/story of this climb and uploaded 5 photos.

Road name: R 413a

This is an automatic translation, the original language is: Dutch.
Having lived in Travnik for six months for m's work, I had the opportunity to conquer this climb. It is fair to say that I fell head over heels at the time. Every week I rode the climb once or twice. You cycle here in amazingly beautiful surroundings. The climb is a lovely runner where you shif... read more
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Statistics

Galica from Travnik
This climb
Bosnia and Herzegovina
15 climbs
Dinaric Alps
141 climbs
Europe
46385 climbs
Difficulty points
741
rank
4
15% easier than
Rumboci
rank
20
40% easier than
Sveti Jure from Podgora
rank
1968
Average gradient
6.8%
rank
8
44% less steep than
Tečići
rank
48
rank
11828
77% less steep than
Calçada do Rêgo Lameiro
Length
14km
rank
5
50% shorter than
Zelena glava from Lukavica
rank
34
rank
2658
Total ascent
950m
rank
4
21% less ascent than
Zelena glava from Lukavica
rank
18
45% less ascent than
Sveti Jure from Podgora
rank
1590

Classification

Famous climb
Beautiful scenery
Hidden gem
5 hairpin turns

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Traffic

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Climbing times

7 km/h 02:00:05
11 km/h 01:16:25
15 km/h 00:56:02
19 km/h 00:44:14

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Fietsmaatje
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Having lived in Travnik for six months for m's work, I had the opportunity to conquer this climb. It is fair to say that I fell head over heels at the time. Every week I rode the climb once or twice. You cycle here in amazingly beautiful surroundings. The climb is a lovely runner where you shift 1 or 2 gears lighter in the second part. The road surface is generally adequate. After winter and after periods of bad weather, there are rocks here and there on the road. As there is almost no maintenance, this is something to bear in mind. This climb is the old road to Galica and Sisava where you will find many holiday accommodations these days. There is almost no motorised traffic anymore. Almost all traffic has been driving via a better road on the other side of the mountain for years. Bosnia-Herzegovina will not be on many people's "still-to-be-visited-countries" list, but a visit to this part of central Bosnia I can heartily recommend. It is beautiful. Many Dutch soldiers were stationed in Sisava after the Bosnian war as part of a large-scale peacekeeping force led by NATO.

Omdat ik voor m'n werk een half jaar in Travnik heb gewoond had ik de mogelijkheid om deze klim te bedwingen. Kan wel stellen dat ik toen met de neus in de boter ben gevallen. Wekelijks 1 à 2 keer de klim gereden. Je fiets hier in een geweldig mooie omgeving. De klim is een heerlijke loper waarbij je in het tweede deel 1 of 2 tandjes lichter schakelt. Het wegdek is over het algemeen voldoende. Na de winter en na perioden met slecht weer ligt her en der gesteente op de weg. Omdat er bijna geen onderhoud wordt gepleegd wel iets om rekening mee te houden. Deze klim is de oude weg naar Galica en Sisava waar je tegenwoordig veel vakantie accommodaties vindt. Er rijdt bijna geen gemotoriseerd verkeer meer. Bijna al het verkeer rijdt al jaren via een betere weg aan de andere zijde van de berg. Bosnië-Herzegovina zal bij velen niet op het lijstje "nog te bezoeken landen" staan, maar een bezoek aan dit deel van centraal Bosnië kan ik van harte aanbevelen. Het is prachtig. In Sisava waren na de Bosnische oorlog veel Nederlandse militairen gestationeerd als onderdeel van een grootscheepse vredesmacht onder leiding van de NAVO.

Galica from Travnik
Galica from Travnik
Galica from Travnik
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Galica from Travnik