Following a rest day, we will experience the fourth consecutive high-altitude finish in this year's Vuelta at Peña Cabarga, in Cantabria, after a departure from the Asturias Jurassic Museum, near Colunga.
The final climb will be a short and severe one, almost 6km long with an inclination of 9.8%, the final stretch being the toughest part: 1.9km with an 11.5% inclination, including slopes of up to 19%.
Vuelta a Espanja 2021
13/08/2021 AT 11:34
The area near the finish-line will provide spectacular views and will allow fans to observe a good part of the climb. 168.6km that will begin to weigh on the riders after almost two weeks of racing and four very difficult days.
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10/08/2021 AT 10:38
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