Best of the Pyrenees
The highlights of the Pyrenees in just a week
8 days & 7 nights
Col du Tourmalet, Col du Aubisque, Col de Peyresourde, Col de Marie Blanque, Col D’Aspin
Total elevation gain
Start / Finish
Girona – Luz-Saint-Sauveur
June 1-8, 2024
This epic ride will challenge you on all the famed and legendary climbs in the Pyrenees like the Col du Tourmalet, Col d’Aubisque, and Col de Peyresourde, but also mesmerize you with the most remote roads and villages that you can imagine. This is definitely a bucket list trip and one of the most authentic ones we can offer you.
Rural and stunning.
From the charming medieval towns and open landscapes of the Girona countryside to the massive towering and rugged mountains of the Central Pyrenees. This point-to-point ride will leave you speechless with the variety of landscapes and cultures that you will experience in just six days of riding.
We will experience some of the finest and most authentic cuisines, from the refined tapas in Catalunya to the best mountain products in the French Pyrenees. If you are a foodie, this trip is definitely for you too!
This is one of the best and most authentic rides we can delight you with.
Girona countryside & Catalan culture
This adventure starts off riding through the beautiful Girona countryside. The small, meandering roads will take us through charming medieval towns, gentle rolling hills, and beautiful farmlands. The ever-changing Catalan landscape will slowly change into more forest and alpine-like vistas as we start gaining altitude.
Rural & remote France
The moment we reach our first big pass to get to La Cerdanya Valley, we will be officially in the Pyrenees. From there, every single kilometer just gets better and better. As we cross the border to France, we enter the lush and remote Ariège region, where roads get extremely quiet and we will really feel that we are out there exploring.
The legendary passes
The mountains keep getting bigger as we approach the Central Pyrenees. The last two days of the ride are going to be thrilling and challenging as we reach the legendary Tour de France passes like: the Col du Tourmalet, Col d’Aubisque, Col de Peyresourde, and many more!
Day by day.
Day 1: Arrival, 20km + 400m
Day 2: 130km +2,500m
Day 3: 100km +1,800m
Day 4: 90km +1,500m
Day 5: 120km +2,800m
Day 6: 70km +2,000m
Day 7: Rest day or 70km +1,500m
Day 8: Departure