Pista de Chía

Pista de Chía, a very intense drive

Pista de Chía is a very challenging high mountrain road located in the province of Huesca, Aragon, Spain. The journey offers stunning views.

The road is 24.1 km (14.97mi) long, running from the towns of Chía towards Plan. The road is gravel, with some concrete sections. Caution with loose gravel.  It is usually impassable in winters. Snow may block trail well into May-June. It’s a difficult road, with uncountable turns, twists and 20 hairpin turns. SUV’s and vehicles with high clearance are recommended. Very steep and narrow sections along the track.

Located on the boundary of Gistain valley and Benasque valley, within the Chia mountain range, the road tops out at 2.028m (6,653ft) above the sea level, near Collado de Sahún. Risk of rock slides. Along the way there are a few viewpoints. Fog and rain are common.


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