On the road
Discover narrow roads, wild country and steep climbs on the Haute Route Pyrenees. Serving up a good helping of the best of the Pyrenees, this 7-day event is a challenge designed for cycling enthusiasts from across the globe.
The Haute Route Pyrenees is the most rustic and naturally beautiful Haute Route event boasting spectacular scenery and a rich small-town backdrop at one with local culture.The sixth edition will both start and finish in Pau, whilst also visiting a number of host towns throughout the week, allowing you to discover the raw beauty of this mountain range.
Climbs like the magnificent Col du Tourmalet often act as the centerpiece and the highest point of the week, but there are plenty of other climbs on quiet roads, surrounded by wildlife and unspoiled terrain, which showcase the Pyrenees at their best.
In keeping with the Haute Route proposition, you will be privy to the unrivalled level of both on and off the bike that makes the Haute Route such a unique experience. Living and riding like a professional for a full week, you will get to benefit from a host of services including mechanical support, massages, luggage transport, briefings, road security and much more.
Whether you are looking to compete, to enjoy a momentous week in one of Europe’s most iconic and beautiful cycling regions or simply aiming to get this epic challenge ticked off, the Haute Route Pyrenees will be a week to remember.
1 Pau - Pau
151km | 2700m +
2 Pau - Hautacam
122km | 3,900M +
3 Argelès-Gazost - Couraduque
117km | 3300M +
4 Argelès-Gazost - Col de Portet
103km | 4000M +
5 St-Lary-Soulan - Cap de Long
23km | 1400m +
6 St-Lary Soulan - Peyragudes
130km | 3300m +
7 Peyragudes - Pau
124km | 1400m +
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