We all ride for a different reason. Some to push a personal barrier, other's to simply take stock of beautiful surroundings. 

With this in mind, Rouleur Travel trips are graded from 1-5 to reflect their difficulty, and help you choose the perfect enjoyable challenge.

 


Rouleur Difficulty Scale

Rouleur difficulty scale for cycling days, rating from 1 to 5 stars, based on distance and elevation climbed.  Each event may contain days of differing difficulty:

 

1 Star (★)

 - Distance: Up to 40 km

- Elevation Climbed: Up to 500 m

- Description: Suitable for beginners. Short and relatively flat with minimal climbing.

 

2 Stars (★★)

 - Distance: 40 km - 70 km

- Elevation Climbed: 500 m - 1000 m

- Description: Moderate effort required. Suitable for cyclists with some experience. Increased distance and moderate climbing.

 

3 Stars (★★★)

 - Distance: 70 km - 100 km

- Elevation Climbed: 1000 m - 1500 m

- Description: Challenging. Suitable for experienced cyclists. Significant distance and climbing involved.

 

4 Stars (★★★★)

 - Distance: 80 km - 120 km

- Elevation Climbed: 1500 m - 2000 m

- Description: Very challenging. Suitable for very experienced cyclists. Long distances and substantial climbing, often at high altitude.

 

5 Stars (★★★★★)

 - Distance: 80 - 130 km and above

- Elevation Climbed: 2000 m - 2500 m and above

- Description: Extremely difficult. Suitable for skilled and trained cyclists. Longest distances with the most substantial climbing.