Next July we organize an amazing trip. From Girona (one of the coolest destinations in the cycling world) to the mythical Col du Tourmalet in the Pyrenees. Also, we will have the time to watch live a Tour de France stage at Plateau de Beille. This trip is confirmed and now open for solo travellers.

When you think you knew the most beautiful climbs in the Pyrenees, then you still can discover another climb that is even better than your favorites. I already had climbed Cirque du Troumouse, the amazing views of Gavarnie heading to Col du Boucharo, not to mention the stunning Cirque du Litor on your way to

Coll de Pal is an amazing hidden gem in the Catalan Pyrenees. It is a very steep Hors Categorie climb which deserves much more fame than actually has. The overall numbers say it all. It is a very steep climb getting 2104 meters, with an overall elevation of 1267 meters in 19,3 km, which means

Vallter 2000 is one of the gems of the spanish Pyrenees. Reaching 2114 mts height, the total length of the climb is 11,2 km from Setcases with 7% average gradient and some full kilometers at 10%. Steep, very steep! This climb has just one side, then when included in a race it has to be

It is very difficult to make a ranking of the most demanding cycling climbs in the Pyrenees. One of the newest climbs asphalted is Col du Portet, which was compared to the Tourmalet by the TdF director, not a joke… This new climb will have really big numbers, and deserves to be among the king

We are glad to have new climbs in the Pyrenees included in Tour de France 2018 route! Col de Portet, 2215 mts, 1390 m elev. This is a BIG climb! Possibly we will make a reckon this autumn before the snow covers the mountains… #tdf2018 #climbsbeforeyourdie #coldeportet #pyrenees