Sanremo, Italy

The Poggio is a col with a length of 3.6 kilometer. This is a category 4 col. It is located in Sanremo, Liguria, Italy. The average grade of this col is 3.7% with a maximum of 6%. The Poggio ascents from 27 meter at the start, to 161 meter at the top, with a total of 134 ascending meters.


Poggio Profile


Distance 3.6 km
Elevation gain 134 m
Average grade 3.7 %
Maximum grade 6 %
Climb category 4
Minimum elevation 27 m
Maximum elevation 161 m

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The Poggio di San Remo is a hill in the Italian region Liguria, near San Remo. It is mainly known from cycling, as it is the final climb in the classic Milan–San Remo. The climb is 4 kilometers long with an average gradient of 3.7%. It is often the site of decisive attacks to the win. In 1960 race director Vincenzo Torriani added the climb, just before the arrival in Sanremo. The intent was to make the race finale harder.

- Milan - Sanremo 1960-2021