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Based on these two ideas, we have defined two types of difficulty for each route: physical difficulty and technical difficulty. They are each broken down into 5 levels to help you decide which route is best for you.
It is particularly important that you know how to determine your physical and technical difficulty levels when selecting one of our routes. If you are at a higher level than the route you have selected, you could become bored, but if you choose a route that surpasses your level, you may not keep up with the group and it will be an inconvenience both for you and for the rest of the group.
The physical and technical difficulty levels described below (and which are clearly indicated in the file for each route) were designed with the utmost technical and scientific rigour by our team of experts educated at theINEFC - Universitat de Barcelona (National Institute for Physical Education, Catalonia)
The physical level required for each of our routes is indicated on a scale of 1 to 5, with 1 being the easiest and 5, the most demanding.
Below you will find the characteristics which define each level.
Level 1 / 5
Level 2 / 5
Level 3 / 5
Level 4 / 5
Level 5 / 5