Did you know that Andorra is regarded as a paradise for cycling enthusiasts? Whether you’re into road cycling or mountain biking, Andorra boasts thousands of kilometres of routes that will put your adrenaline into overdrive. Here is our list of the best road routes in Andorra for cyclists.
Sant Julià de Lòria: Coll de la Peguera – Coll de la Gallina route
This 105 km route departs from the parish of Sant Julià de Lòria and heads up the Coll de la Gallina to an altitude of 1,910 m. Since it has a high level of difficulty, it is only recommended for athletes who are in good physical shape, but you will enjoy incredible views when you reach the top. Are you up for it?See the route
Canillo – Coll d’Ordino route
If you prefer an easier option, this one’s for you! The route, which starts in the parish of Canillo and ends at Coll d’Ordino, is rated as accessible. Over a total of 8.8 km, you’ll encounter uphill stretches where you’ll have to pedal hard and downhill sections where you can take a breather.
Just so you know, you can also start this route from Ordino, although we can assure you that the gradient is more challenging.See the route
Els Cortals d’Encamp route
This 9 km route with an elevation gain of 754 m is perfect for cyclists without a car. It starts at the roundabout by the cable car in the parish of Encamp and takes you to one of the skiable areas of the Grandvalira resort. Fun fact: this route was the last stage of La Purito 2022. Can you finish it?See the route
La Massana: Erts – Port de Cabús route
This is one of the longest signposted routes in the country. It’s challenging, but also boasts stunning scenery! In the Valles del Norte, once you arrive at the village of Erts, a demanding 15.6 km of mountain pass awaits you. The average gradient is 6.2% and the total elevation gain is 962 m.
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