NATURAL ROUTES TO TRAIN AND OVERCOME CHALLENGES
A quick route, where almost all the changes in elevation are in the first few kilometres.
A route within the Soldeu-El Tarter ski resort, including a significant portion inside the woods.
A route that will take you to discover one of the remaining mountain shelters in Andorra, at Juclar.
Circular route that ascends to one of the highest peaks of the Principality, the Pic de l'Estanyó, of 2915m.
Route with technical sections, especially the descent of Pic de la Cabaneta, very steep, which can be under snow into the summer.
A demanding route: the first half is by far the steepest, with a tough ascent along the Funicamp path.
A very demanding trek that seeks out the most direct route up to the top of Bony de Neres.
An alpine route with ridge sections where you’ll need to use your hands at one point.
A very demanding route due to length and changes in altitude, but you won’t need any special skills. You’ll go from valley to valley through the mountain passes.
An alpine route around Pas de la Casa and Grau Roig.
A stunning route that will allow you to discover Andorra’s largest string of lakes – there are more than 20.
Alpine route with sections of an air ridge where we will discover the Natural Park of the Valley of Sorteny.
Circular route where we crown one of the most emblematic peaks in Andorra, the Pico de Casamanya, with 360º views.
Great views from the summits, from where we can see the valley that we have overcome.
Circular route via forest, protected from possible wind, with a flat start and finish.
Circuit with a first half faster, and a second part with a strong slope.
You can enjoy the fantastic views of the Estanys de Tristaina lakes, one of the most emblematic in the country.
A short route that will allow you to enjoy the Comapedrosa shelter, with spectacular views.
A very alpine circular route that reaches the summit of the country’s highest peak.
Circular route where we will meet the towns of Llorts and Arans and different borders.
A very demanding vertical route, with a steep climb throughout, which is compensated by magnificent views from the summit.
Route with very steep sections, both climbing and descending. Possibility of snow during the summer.
A beautiful route, perfect for a varied ride, with sections of steep ascent, rapid ridge descents and steep slopes.
ANDORRA LA VELLA
Demanding route where after only a few kilometres we come across some steep climbs, cycle sprints along paths and step descents.
Route with a steep climb until the peak, with sections using chains.
Vertical route with a continuous steep slope, and with the final reward of views looking out from the Refugi Prat Primer.
A route that begins with a steep climb over the first few kilometres, after which you can go at speed for nearly the whole route and get some good training in.
A route that allows a good pace, on which despite the climbs and descents you can keep up a good rhythm.
SANT JULIÀ DE LÒRIA
Circular route around Sant Julià de Lòria, where we will run along the obaga slope and the valley's solarium.
A route ideal for almost all year round as it avoids very high elevations.
A route with a bit of everything, good views, fast stretches, steep ascents and even a short stretch with ropes.
This route is not technically difficult, and has some quick sections.
This route is not technically difficult, and allows for changes of pace at altitude along a loop that takes us around La Rabassa and the Refugi de Pimes.
Route with many stretches you can run, which will allow you to keep up a good constant pace.
A route that is not technically difficult and will allow you to enter the Madriu-Perafita-Claror Valley.
A route that is not technically difficult and will allow you to discover the Madriu-Perafita-Claror Valley.
Alpine route, with a central section along a ridge, between Tossal de Braibal and Cap de les Agols, where we should be used to heights.
A route where we can find plenty of places to take on water and two shelters where we can take a break if necessary.