30/AUG - 05/SEPT 2020

The Pyrenees Stage Run is something very special that you don't want to miss, have a look to our galleryvideos and the testimonials... You won't regret coming to the PSR... Are you ready for a lifetime experience?

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What the runners think…

“Thank you for a wonderful and unforgettable week in the Pyrenees. You manage to capture the essential nature of trail-running: it’s a journey, not a race. You’re both professional and familiar, a rare combination indeed”

Barry van Oven

The Netherlands, Finisher PSR2018

“Assimilating an intense and emotive week running the PSR… We have not enough words, believe us! Tears, hugs, laughs,… at the end it’s what quantifies a result. Long life the PSR!”

Michael Maisch

Germany, Finisher PSR2017

“What a week, what an adventure. Pyrenees Stage Run, I had the best time ever. Running in the most beautiful landscapes, laughing, meeting new friends, suffering, discovering places,…”

Johan Hollants

Belgium, Finisher PSR2017

“We made it! I couldn’t be more happy about this adventure. I’ve learned so much about myself, about running, and how it feels to just keep moving. Wow, I’m so curious about what’s next!”

Erika Borgström

Sweden, Women Winner PSR2017

“The received attentions surpass the imagined, details like waiting for the last ones and receive them like they were the first, speak by itself of the purpose imposed by the organization to make the runners happy”

Sergio Moya

Argentina, Finisher PSR2018

“The best organization that you can find in a race like that.

Thank you so much for making us feel like a big family, without forgetting any detail!”

Albert Muñoz

Spain, Finisher PSR2017

Stages

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Discover the 7 stages

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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!

Teams (2-3 runners)

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

Marking

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

GR11

The great and classic route across the Pyrenees! We will follow the GR11 from Ribes de Freser to Salardu, 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 Local Dinner

Different registration options: BASIC for you to manage the accomodation and PREMIUM with hotel included. 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.

News

End of a dream week in Salardú

End of a dream week in Salardú

Last saturday finished the 4th edition of the Pyrenees Stage Run 2019, an incredible week where the participants have run 240km across the Pyrenees. The last stage of the PSR2019 has passed between Esterri d'Àneu and Salardú, crossing the "Aigüestortes and Estany de...

Fifth stage: fog and cold two days at the end

Fifth stage: fog and cold two days at the end

Today's fifth stage of the Pyrenees Stage Run has passed and, in the absence of two days to finish the race, the tiredness between runners and runners begins to be felt. The morning began with a lot of fog and colder than yesterday: the decline in temperatures and the...

Intense and very challenging stage

Intense and very challenging stage

After the long stage of yesterday, the Pyrenees Stage Run has continued with a short but intense day: 20km and 1900m of positive difference. All the day has passed in Andorra, the runners have left Encamp to finish in Arinsal, climbing the heavy climb to Coll d'Ordino...

Queen stage of the PSR2019: so much heat in 47.5km

Queen stage of the PSR2019: so much heat in 47.5km

Today, September 3, the longest stage of the Pyrenees Stage Run has passed, with 47.5km of course and a positive drop of 2.600m. The participants ran from Puigcerdà to Encamp, entering Andorra through the spectacular Madriu-Perafita-Claror Valley (World Heritage by...

Second stage of PSR 2019 to the Cerdanya

Second stage of PSR 2019 to the Cerdanya

The second phase of the PSR began in Queralbs after climbing the rack railway and brought the runners to Puigcerdà, the capital of La Cerdanya on hilly roads, without exceeding the 2000m high after 37,4km and 1700m d+. A route that follows the classic GR-11 at any...

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