Cycling in the Pyrenees

Ride the epic cols of the Tour de France

Epic cycling routes on your doorstep

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Secure bike storage

With our dedicated ‘bike cave’, your bike with be kept dry and secure.

Dedicated bike wash and tools

We have a dedicated space for washing your bike as well as a full set of tools for bike maintenance.

Freshly laundered clothes

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Distance from the cols

Col or climb
Ascent in meters
Distance to start of climb from Secret Pyrenees
Total distance to col summit
Length and grade
Col de Marie Blanc
1035m
21km
30km
Port de Castet
20km
25km
Col d’Aubisque
29km – Beost
40km
Col de Portalet
1264 m
29km – Laruns
29 km – 4.36%
Col de Somport
1202 m
43km – Accous
28km – 4.29%
La Pierre St Martin
Col de Soulor
48km
Col de Tourmalet
80km
100km
Col de Spandelles
48km

Col de Marie Blanque

70km & 1444m climbing

148kms2800m of climbing

Col de Somport

148kms & 2896m of climbing

148kms2800m of climbing

Col d’Aubisque

124 Km & 2637m of climbing

148kms2800m of climbing

Le Piemont

56km

130kms4000m of climbing

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La Quebrantahuesos Granfondo

23 June 2018

200kms

XX of climbing

They call this the Boneshaker. It’s the one that most Spanish people fear and is possibly the biggest cycling event in Spain. Making a full north/south traverse of the Pyrenees – twice – it’s a monster. There is of course a slightly less arduous version – a mere 80kms.

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L’Ariégeoise Cyclosportive

30 June 2018

170kms

XX of climbing

With xx editions under its belt, L’Ariégeoise Cyclosportive is one of the biggest and most well known races in the Pyrenees. There are 4 routes to choose from, ranging from 72kms to 170kms – something to suit all abilities.





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Marmotte Granfondo Pyrenees

27 August 2018

170kms

5600m of climbing

Built on the back of the classic Marmotte in the Alps, this is quickly becoming a must-do event. Read Tobias’s account in Cyclist magazine for a full flavour of what it’s like to cycle up and down the Tourmalet twice in a day!