Capo Berta

Diano Marina, Italy

The Capo Berta is a col with a length of 1.9 kilometer. This is a category 4 col. It is located in Diano Marina, Liguria, Italy. The average grade of this col is 6.5% with a maximum of 9.4%. The Capo Berta ascents from 7 meter at the start, to 130 meter at the top, with a total of 123 ascending meters.


Capo Berta Profile


Distance 1.9 km
Elevation gain 123 m
Average grade 6.5 %
Maximum grade 9.4 %
Climb category 4
Minimum elevation 7 m
Maximum elevation 130 m

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Capo Berta is a climb in the cycling classic Milan-San Remo. It is the second to last climb of the race. Despite this hill is not very steep or long, he still contributes to the difficulty of the course: the riders have already 250km course in the legs, when they appear at the foot of the Capo Berta.

In 2020, at the 'restart' of the season, some mayors of the Province of Savona were opposed to the arrival of the bunch in their municipality, which drastically changed the route. As a result, the famous climbs such as the Turchino and three Capi were removed from the course. The climbs of the Niella Belbo and the Colle di Nava were added to the course as replacements.

- Milan - Sanremo 1907-1915,1917-1943,1946-2019, 2021