Cycling fans in Andorra don't just come out on the days of Tour or Vuelta stages. As you'll see when you visit us, there are cyclists from all parts on the Principality's roads, especially in spring and summer. Cyclists who, like you, are attracted by our tough mountain passes, the spectacular natural landscapes and wealth of cultural heritage.
In Andorra, cycling is an intense experience. The Principality has 21 mountain passes! This is why the Vuelta de España and Tour de France choose our roads to organise their blue riband stages, with climbs of all categories, including 1st and Specials.
Arcalís, Arinsal and Cabús are just some of the many passes that'll make you feel like a true champion, while enjoying all the natural beauty of Andorra.
This route has a moderate level of difficulty, with a distance of 7 km and an average positive incline of 8.2%, in addition to a difference in altitude of 574 meters. You will find yourself with a short but somewhat demanding climb, and when you are reaching the end of the port you will see the Pico de Comapedrosa, the highest in Andorra (2,942 meters of altitude). If you have a good level and adequate resistance, you will really enjoy this itinerary.