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1st Stage: 17,5 k / Isabel de Torres Mountain, Puerto Plata

Undulating and difficult course with rocky tracks.
Altimetry: +1352, -661m
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The silver clouds atop Mt. Isabel de Torres, the towering mountain behind Puerto Plata, gave the city its name. Today tourists ride the cable car to get to the top of the mountain, visit its botanical gardens and take in the sweeping views of the port city.

Admiral Christopher Columbus’ famous three ships made landfall here in 1492, naming it La Isabela.

But today Puerto Plata is better known for its Atlantic coastline with more than 62 miles (100 km) of beaches, coastal villages and hotels.

2nd Stage: 18 km / Sosua, Cabarete

Undulating course over hard packed sand, red earth and rocks.
Altimetry: +150m, -400m.
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This is a world-class kiteboarding, windsurfing and laser sailing destination due to its warm waters and perfect wind conditions. Cabarete is very popular among the young and adventurous because of the aquatic sports offered on its beach, its famous annual jazz festival each fall and its eclectic bars, cafes, restaurants and shops.

3rd Stage: 16 km / Rancho MAGANTE

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4th Stage: 45,5 km / Las Terrenas, Samaná

Mixed course with rocks, mud, sand, single tracks, clay, dirt road, river, beaches.
Accumulated altitude: +759m, -749m
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El Limón offers an adventurous ride through jungle landscape before reaching the El Limón Waterfall that drops 130 feet (40 meters) from the top of Sierra Samaná. The 1.5 mile (2.5 km) trek to get there can be made on foot for those physically fit, or on horseback for the fun of it. The reward: a refreshing dip in the cool water under a very majestic waterfall.

5th Stage 12 km / Las Terrenas, Samaná

Mixed course running thru incredibly beautiful sandy beaches and dirt roads.
Altimetry: +80, -80
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Samaná is a natural treasure. Wild, verdant, with coves, bays, waterfalls, mountains and awe-inspiring views – there is lots to explore. It is known for its wading and body-boarding beaches, nature trekking and whale-watching.

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