Gravel Cycling Route, over 65,58 kilometers long and with 1705 m of positive accumulated height. Beginning and ending at the "Polo A - S. Mamede do Centro de Cyclin' de Reguengos", located in the village of Reguengos.
Tennis racket shape route of high skill level, with considerable altimetry and with difficult slopes. It should be used by experienced cyclists, with good physical preparation. The route goes to the top of the "Serra de São Mamede", continues east and then goes south along the border with Spain, passing through Barrocão and São Julião. Go to "Cabroeira de Baixo" and ahead turn left to Besteiros on a dirt road. Continue until Mosteiros, where you will find the black route of the network of routes of the Cycling Center of Arronches. Then follow until Alegrete, go up the sidewalk and cross Alegrete, the route now coinciding with route 4 on dirt road back to the M522-2. Turn right to the top of the mountain and continue until you find the beginning of the route that takes you back to the Reguengo Cycling Center.
Responsible Trails ® ensures that an annual technical audit is carried out in which the main points of the code of ethics are evaluated. Here you find the result of the last audit.
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Responsible Trails Criteria:
(last audit carried out in 14/08/2020)
Waymark - 1 (Doesn’t have signs or waymarks - GPS or mobile app needed.)
Conservations of the path - 4 (In a good overall status of conservation with some isolated situations.)
General Conservation - 4 (There aren’t any specific degraded areas identified.)
Information boards and signs - 5 (Very well maintained and with superior quality.)
Complementary boards - Doesn't apply
Safety and suport structures - 5 (All recommended structures well maintained.)
Local Community integration - 4 (Encourages integration / contacts with the community.)
Landscape intergration - 5 (Perfectly integrated into the landscape, exploring relevant points of interest.)
General Safety - 5 (The environment always as some risk.)
Updated: January 14, 2021