Moderate to hard
Arcalís is a tribute to the Tour de France
Arcalis Ski station
Arcalis (Andorra) Arcalis is a fairly gentle climb for the most part. The first 6km are little more than false flat. From here, there are a few steeper gradients, but it is mostly steady and easy to settle into a comfortable rhythm.
IT IS BEAUTIFUL HERE
This climb is not specifically hard apart from couple of switch backs and will allow you to look around and contemplate some Pyrenees around you.
LE TOUR SPIRIT
This is Chris Froom attacks under the pouring rain up to Arcalís in the Tour de France 2016 Stage 9.
If you are not riding all out for KOM or PR, don't forget to stop over for a selfie with this Le Tour heritage!
Arcalís is a must if you go to Andorra!
Costa Daurada Cycling
The road surface is in excellent condition throughout.
There is some traffic on the climb, but it is never a real nuissance. The amount reduces considerably after passing through the village of El Serrat.
Col de Ordino (from Canillo)
The Col de Ordino is situated in Andorra. This climb belongs to the Pyrenees. The Col de Ordino via Canillo is ranked number 340 of the Pyrenees. The climb is ranked number 22 in Andorra and number 5486 in the world. Starting from Canillo, the Col de Ordino ascent is 9 km long. Over this distance, you climb 439 heightmeters. The average percentage thus is 4.9 %.Show more
Cycling Holidays in Andorra
12 000 m
Andorra is cyclist's heaven on Earth, especially for climbers! Get to the heart of the Pyrenees and ride where the pros ride. Test yourself on the roads made famous by the Tour. All packed with impeccable service and professional guides.Discover