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Enjoy all the places Andorra has to offer by bike. In Andorra you’ll find many routes and paths where you can lose yourself and enjoy nature.
It has an average gradient of 5.8% and climbs 238 metres over a distance of 4.1 kilometres.
The cycling route goes from the roundabout on the CG-2 before El Tarter, towards Ransol, to Cóms de Jan, in la Coma de Ransol.
Andorra cycling route 20 start in the centre of Pas de la Casa (2,089m) and climbs to Port d’Envalira (2,408m) along the CG-2.
Andorra cycling route 11 climbs the whole of the CS-101 to the top of La Comella, at 1,347 metres.
Andorra cycling route 12 covers the whole of the CS-120, from the centre of Sant Julià to Certés.
Cycling route 1 starts from the CG-2 in the Canillo village (1,527m) and finishes on the CS-251 (1,915m), in the area of El Forn in Grandvalira.
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