Coll de Sóller from Sóller

Coll de Sóller from Sóller

This is the longer and yes, the more difficult climb up to the summit of Coll de Sóller. The route starts from the the town of Sóller, heading south on the old road to Palma first on the Ma-11 then taking a sharp left onto the Ma-11A to continue on the old road to Palma away from the new tunnel where no bicycles are allowed.

Coll d'Honor from Bunyola

Coll d'Honor from Bunyola

Is a category 2 climb of 5.4km with an average gradient of 5.9%, and is the more difficult way to enter the Orient valley. The height at the start of the climb is 200m and 550m at the finish, so a net gain of 350m elevation. There is a cheeky rise in gradient a few hundred metres from the summit. Length: 5,4km

San Salvador

San Salvador

A steep climb by Mallorcan standards with some short sections having a 15% gradient. Very scenic, especially from the top near the historic monastery, from which on a clear day you can see the entire island. Length: 5km

Puig de Randa

Puig de Randa

Two approaches that meet about halfway up. 360 degree views.On clear days, you can see Cabrera, a very small island off the coast. Well worth the effort. Good café at the top. Length: 4,6km

Port des Canonge

Port des Canonge

Just off the world famous ma-10, at the 80km marker between Banyalbufar and Port Valldemossa this excellent swirling descent down to the small village of Port des Canonge is off well off the beaten path and is a joy to ride. Port des Canonge features a great little down and back climb from the ma-10 at the 80km marker between Andratx and Pollença is a very scenic and worthwhile detour that will add just under 10km to your ride.

Port Valldemossa

Port Valldemossa

is a bonkers climb. The road is narrow and the surface is not always great but it is brilliant, a route like this this is reason enough to ride your bike. Amazing views that lead to an oasis of a Mediterranean port that is so welcoming it is difficult to leave. Take care not to eat too much – there be climbing ahead. Length: 5km

Coll de Femenia

Coll de Femenia

Main entry point into the eastern Tramuntana. Another scenic climb, this one starts approximately 10km down a partly shady road out of old town Pollença. Main entry point into the eastern Tramuntana. Another scenic climb, this one starts approximately 10km down a partly shady road out of old town Pollença.

Coll de Sa Batalla

Coll de Sa Batalla

Very scenic climb that starts in the town of Caimari. The average grade is 5.2 %, the length 7.9 km with a starting height of 166 m and a height at the top of 584 m. All in all an elevation gain of 418 m with a maximum gradient of 12 %. If you had to ride the same climb every day of your stay, this may be the one you would choose. Very scenic climb that starts in the town of Caimari. The average grade is 5.2 %, the length 7.9 km with a starting height of 166 m and a height at the top of 584 m. All in all an elevation gain of 418 m with a maximum gradient of 12 %. If you had to ride the same climb every day of your stay, this may be the one you would choose.

Puig Major from Sóller

Puig Major from Sóller

The highest and longest climb in the Tramuntana and therefore in Mallorca. It never gets too steep and the road surface is good. From Soller is the harder route to take to the summit at the tunnel of Monnaber. The easier side is from Sa Calobra. Length: 14.6km

Sa Calobra / Coll dels Reis

Sa Calobra / Coll dels Reis

The Sa Calobra climb or Coll dels Reis climb is one of the most ridden hills in Mallorca. There are two ways to approach it. The first is from sea level at Sa Calobra, a category 1 climb. The second is from the viaduct side which is a cat 4 climb. The Sa Calobra climb or Coll dels Reis climb is one of the most ridden hills in Mallorca. There are two ways to approach it. The first is from sea level at Sa Calobra, a category 1 climb. The second is from the viaduct side which is a cat 4 climb.