On the second day, one of the most special Ride Across Portugal's stages awaits for all participants.
The arrival at Alto da Torre (1,993m high) - the same iconic Volta a Portugal's queen stage finish - makes this an unforgettable stage. Not only due to its difficult challenge and need for personal overcoming, but also for Serra da Estrela's landscapes and unique images.
But before arriving at this highly symbolic cycling spot in Portugal, the athletes will travel through some of the wildest and most spectacular landscapes in this country, with the final ascent being done through the fantastic Zêzere Glacier Valley.
The connection between Alto da Torre and the end of this stage, is made in constant descent (about 14 km) through a breathtaking landscape.