The inhumane climb to Cerro de la Mezquita with 28% ramps
Cerro de la Mezquita is a mountain peak at an elevation of 959m (3,146ft) above the sea level, located in Almería province, in the autonomous community of Andalusia, southern Spain.
Tucked away in the Sierra Cabrera mountain range, the road to the summit is paved. It was fully asphalted in 2012. It’s pretty narrow. The peak is named after Reinaldo de Almezquita, mayor of Mojácar.
The road to the summit is very steep. Starting from Turre, the ascent is 14,19 km long. Over this distance, the average gradient is 6,48% hitting a 28% through some of the ramps.
Road suggested by: jorge manuel gómez sánchez