The PSR2018 is waiting for you, next September to enjoy a fantastic week of trail-running through the Pyrenees with a new stage finish in Esterri d’Aneu.
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.
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 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 Pasta-Party
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.
Discover the complete itinerary
In the following link you can read a long and detailed interview that the international magazine Advendure has done to us, in it we explain all the details that may be of interest for you about the Pyrenees Stage Run. We hope you like it! Interview with...
Territorio Trail Media has nominated us as one of the 5 best national stage-race! The objective of the Trail Awards Territorio Trail Media is to reward the best national and foreign trail-runners, as well as races, a section in which the category of stage-races has...
After a successful second edition, the Pyrenees Stage Run will open registrations next Friday, 6th October for the 3rd edition of this stage race that crosses the Pyrenees between Ribes de Freser and Salardú. The dates are maintained as in the two previous editions...
The Asturian team, composed by Jose Pedro Bayón and Pedro Rodríguez, won the Pyrenees Stage Run second edition. They had already crossed the final line three times in first position, and today they did it again. In a rainy day from Espot (Pallars Sobirà), and despite...
The sixth stage is the penultimate of the PSR (34.2km and 2,530m D+), from Tavascan to Espot, it goes across the Cardós and Àneu valleys, with a vertical kilometre and an ascent to the Serra Plana. The track went through picturesque villages like: Lleret, Estaon and...
The PSR fifth stage shows the Comunal Valls dels Comapedrosa and the Vall Ferrera National Park’s beauty
Today, the stage between Arinsal and Tavascan (41.5km 2,720m d+) showed us great views. The teams started the track ascending the Parc Natural Comunal de les Valls del Comapedrosa, until they reached the Portella de Baiau, the highest point of the PSR, with 2,756m of...
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.