La Vuelta - Stage 6 - Benal… | Strava Route

Routes, segments, leaderboards and more

La Vuelta a España 2014 will see the Pro peloton cover 3,239km and 57,757 meters of elevation across the 21 stages of this year’s race. The route will consist of one team time-trial, five flat stages and no fewer than 13 hill/mountain stages.

We have mapped out each day’s route and Strava segments to give you a deeper insight into the roads that the Pros will be racing on.

Clicking on a route takes you to an interactive map where you can view stage data including the elevation profile and all Strava segments along the route.

We’ve also highlighted some of the classic segments and most challenging climbs for each stage. Here you can find detailed segment information including the distance, average percent grade, elevation profile and the full leaderboard showing the current Strava King of the Mountains.

Scroll down to see each stage of the Vuelta.

La Vuelta: Race Report from Carlos Verona

From the midpoint of La Vuelta, Carlos Verona brings us up to speed on his first ever Grand Tour. So far, he has experienced a crash, managed some testing conditions, held his own in a breakaway and discovered the importance of nutrition, rest and recovery.


Follow the Strava Pros

Strava shows detailed activity data including speed, power, cadence and heart rate, so you can see how hard the peloton’s leaders are pushing themselves each day. Here’s a collection of Strava pros riding La Vuelta this year.


Omega Pharma-Quick Step

Carlos Verona

Garmin Sharp

Garmin-Sharp Pro Cycling

Nathan Brown



Javi Moreno


Orica Green Edge

Adam Yates


Trek Factory Racing

Jasper Stuyven
Bob Jungels

Caja Rural

Team Caja Rural

Lluis Mas
Francesco Lasca

Stage 1

Stage 1 – August 23

Route: Team Time-Trial
Distance: 12.6 km
Elevation gain: 104 m

Stage 2

Stage 2 – August 24

Route: Algeciras / San Fernando
Distance: 184 km
Elevation gain: 1,860 m
Notable Strava segments:
El Delfin de los Estrechos
Calle De Blas Infante

Stage 3

Stage 3 – August 25

Route: Cádiz / Arcos de la Frontera
Distance: 209.2 km
Elevation gain: 3,363 m
Notable Strava segments:
Puerto Gáliz por algar
Puerto de Pedro Ruiz
Carretera De Benamahoma

Stage 4

Stage 4 – August 26

Route: Mairena del Alcor / Córdoba
Distance: 186.4 km
Elevation gain: 1,991 m
Notable Strava segments:
San Jeronimo Glorieta
14% Cambron

Stage 5

Stage 5 – August 27

Route: Priego de Córdoba / Ronda
Distance: 189.3 km
Elevation gain: 2,275 m
Notable Strava segments:
Mojon Por Carcabuey
El meson de Diego to Ronda

Stage 6

Stage 6 – August 28

Route: Benalmádena / La Zubia
Distance: 178.2 km
Elevation gain: 3,743 m
Notable Strava segments:
Road to Zafaraya
Puerto del Lucero por bermejales

Stage 7

Stage 7 – August 29

Route: Alhendin / Alcaudete
Distance: 180.5 km
Elevation gain: 2,846 m
Notable Strava segments:
Gr 3407 Climb
JV-2214 Climb

Stage 8

Stage 8 – August 30

Route: Baeza / Albacete
Distance: 215 km
Elevation gain: 1,709 m
Notable Strava segments:
Cruce Santuario – Los Pocicos

Stage 9

Stage 9 – August 31

Route: Carboneras de Guadazaón / Aramón Valdelinares
Distance: 189.5 km
Elevation gain: 2,691 m
Notable Strava segments:
Puerto Cabigordo Largo
San Rafael (S)
Vf Te 01 Climb

Stage 10

Stage 10 – September 2 – Time Trial

Route: Real Monasterio de Santa Maria de Veruela / Borja
Distance: 36.8 km
Elevation gain: 473 m
Notable Strava segments:
Calle G Climb
La Negra

Stage 11

Stage 11 – September 3

Route: Pamplona / Santuario de San Miguel de Aralar
Distance: 166.6 km
Elevation gain: 2,820 m
Notable Strava segments:
Carretera De Lizarraga Climb
San Miguel desde Huarte

Stage 12

Stage 12 – September 4

Route: Logroño – Logroño
Distance: 166.4 km
Elevation gain: 1,648 m
Notable Strava segments:
Alberite desde carretera Ribafrecha
Eight loops of the 21km course.

Stage 13

Stage 13 – September 5

Route: Belorado – Obregón. Parque de Cabárceno
Distance: 188.5 km
Elevation gain: 3,027 m
Notable Strava segments:
Estacas de Trueba (Las Machorras)
Alto del Caracol

Stage 14

Stage 14 – September 6

Route: Santander – La Camperona. Valle de Sabero
Distance: 210.4 km
Elevation gain: 4,422 m
Notable Strava segments:
Collado de Hoz
Climb Potes – San Glorio

Stage 15

Stage 15 – September 7

Route: Oviedo – Lagos de Covadonga
Distance: 150.6 km
Elevation gain: 3,558 m
Notable Strava segments:
Lagos de Covadonga
Alto del Torno por Nueva

Stage 16

Stage 16 – September 8

Route: San Martín del Rey Aurelio / La Farrapona
Distance: 166 km
Elevation gain: 5,632 m
Notable Strava segments:
La Colladona
El Cordal desde La Vega de Riosa
La Cobertoria
Alto La Farrapona

Stage 17

Stage 17 – September 10

Route: Ortigueira / A Coruña
Distance: 193.2 km
Elevation gain: 3,666 m
Notable Strava segments:
Ponte Mera – Campo do Hospital
Cantera Largo

Stage 18

Stage 18 – September 11

Route: A Estrada / Monte Castrove. Meis
Distance: 166.7 km
Elevation gain: 3,518 m
Notable Strava segments:
Monte Castrove

Stage 19

Stage 19 – September 12

Route: Salvaterra do Miño / Cangas do Morrazo
Distance: 188.9 km
Elevation gain: 3,499 m
Notable Strava segments:
Loureza > Serra da Groba (Baiona)
Alto Faro Domaio

Stage 20

Stage 20 – September 13

Route: Santo Estevo de Ribas de Sil / Puerto de Ancares
Distance: 168.6 km
Elevation gain: 4,717 m
Notable Strava segments:
Alto Vilaesteva por Sarria
Alto de Sierra Morela
Ancares por Pandozarco

Stage 21

Stage 21 – September 14

Route: Santiago de Compostela. Time Trial.
Distance: 9.7 km
Elevation gain: 195 m
Notable Strava segments:

Map data: Google 2014