Andorra El Pas de la Casa epic climbs route in Andorra



Cycling tours and routes in the land of the pros.

High peaks, long descents and stunning views

Riding your bike in Andorra is an experience you'll never forget

Andorra is prepared to look after you and your road bike. It is a natural enclave of health and well-being in a privileged location, sheltered by the Pyrenees mountains, perfect for cycling, that’s why when Cycling arrived in Andorra it stayed. More and more professional cyclists now call Andorra their home, as well as professional cycling teams that set up base to train in Andorra. With its high altitude It is not surprising to see many of them train on the roads.


Andorra has 21 mountain passes, which explains why the Vuelta de Espana and the Tour de France hold world-class competitions here! Arcals, Arinsal, and Cabs are just a few of the many mountain passes available to visitors, with a diverse range of cycling routes available to cyclists of all ages and levels of experience.

Cycling enthusiasts visit the Principality of Andorra from all over the world, and while our routes can be enjoyed all year, spring and summer are the most popular seasons.

The difficult mountain passes provide a good challenge for expert cyclists, and the abundant and diverse cultural heritage is a wonderful bonus that is appreciated by all.

The asphalt on Andorra’s roads and cycling routes is of the highest quality, making it ideal for cycling tourism and even supporting more specialised activities like enduro cycling on endurance road bikes.

View of the mountains surrounding the Envalira mountain pass, Soldeu, Andorra


Andorra is well-equipped for cycling tourism, as evidenced by the wide range of cycling services available such as our cycling tours. Many of Andorra’s hotels specialise in biking so your bike will always be welcome, and are ideal places to rest after completing one of our breathtaking cycling routes.

Down below you will find a selection of routes we have ridden ourselves, so you can be assured it’s a good ride.

Beautiful winter road through Andorra mountains and small villages


There are numerous cycling routes in Andorra to keep you busy and wanting to return for more! You could try out one of epicos favourite routes, the Coll d’Ordino. It is an 8.9 km (5.5 mi) long moderately difficult cycling route with a 457m gradient (1,500 ft). It’s a 2nd category route, which means it’s fairly accessible to all cyclists. It begins in Canillo, at the roundabout on the Montaup road that leads to the Coll d’Ordino. At this point, there is a 6.8 percent gradient that ends at 6.1 percent; the average gradient along the entire route is 5.1 percent. It is worth noting that the end of the Port marks the beginning of the ascent to Cim de Casamanya (2,740m or nearly 9,000 ft), which is located in the heart of the Principality and is one of the most visited places in Andorra.

Valley of Canillo, Andorra

4 rides in Andorra