Haute Route Pyrénées 2023
4th July 2023
Here comes a great challenging event for road cyclists.
Andorra is the starting point of the Haute Route des Pyrénées. It passes through the most legendary passes of the Pyrenees that have been the protagonists of the mythical Tour de France and the Vuelta a España.
The Andorran stage is part of the Andorra Multisport Festival, starting from the Central Park. It is 88 kilometres long and has a gradient of 2,900 metres, passing through the Envalira Pass (at 2,409 m), the Cabús Pass (at 2,302 m) and the Ordino Pass at 1,880 metres above sea level.
The cycle touring event is 555 kilometres long, with a cumulative height gain of 14,400 metres, and finishes in the French town of Pau.