Welcome to the Pyrenees Stage Run

The new stage race of the Pyrenees. If you want to discover a new experience across the most symbolic landscapes of the Pyrenees, and through the most incredible towns, getting to know great people and living a unique adventure, then the PSR is your race!

4 – 10 September 2016



Runners informations PSR2016

Some important informations for runners and family! Like how to follow the race on-line, marking and mandatory material for runners... Let's go to the Pyrenees! [gallery link="none" columns="1" size="large" ids="1538,1539"]

Complete program PSR2016

Here you can find all the informations that you need to participate (or follow) the Pyrenees Stage Run! [gallery link="file" columns="1" size="large" ids="1492,1493,1494,1495,1496,1497,1498,1499,1500,1501,1502"]

How to train and recover during a stage race?

In this video in a conversation with Ricard Vila we talk about two key aspects about stage races: What should be the training for a stage race and the differences with the training for an Ultra of 100Km? The recovering fact during a stage race... And whether beer is a...

Collaboration with MADFORM

The Pyrenees Stage Run is not a one-day race from which you can easily recover with rest and soft training... During seven days the participants will have to overcome every day mountain stages averaging 35km and 2000m uphill. That is why we have reached an agreement...

Collaboration with BV Sport

We are pleased to announce that the brand Booster Veines Sport (BV Sport), will be one of the official partners of the first edition of the Pyrenees Stage Run, the stage race that will bring a new way to run the mountains, a new and different experience in the...


7 Stages

Because a stage race goes further than a one-day race. And because to get to know the Pyrenees and discover all its beauties we need at least 7 days!


Because sharing it with someone is the essence of life, but also for safety. But above all, because the experience in couples goes beyond competing alone.


The route will be followed with GPS + marking with ribbons and the classical marks of the GR11 which follow most of the route.


The great and classic route across the Pyrenees! We will follow the GR11 from Ribes de Freser to Vielha, with just some modifications in order to discover hidden places of the Pyrenees.

5 Natural Parks

Not many races can say that its route crosses 5 Natural Parks: Capçaleres del Ter i del Freser, Vall del Madriu-Perafita-Claror, Valls del Comapedrosa, Alt Pirineu i Aigüestortes-Estany de Sant Maurici.

Accommodation and Pasta-Party

Different accommodation options: camp for the more adventurous and hotel for those of you who like comfortability. Every day we will dinner all together with the awards ceremony of the stage and an audiovisual summary of the day, in order to make the experience go beyond running through the Pyrenees.




Natural Parks

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We want that your main focus during the week is about running and enjoying the Pyrenees. That is why we take care of the rest: luggage transport, food, accommodation…


Every day we will dinner altogether with an awards ceremony to the best teams of each stage, the next stage briefing and the best pictures of the day!


We love videos and photos, and that’s why for us it is very important that you take home a great and unique memories from your experience in the Pyrenees.

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