What the runners think…
Barry van Oven
The Netherlands, Finisher PSR2018
“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”
Argentina, Finisher PSR2018
“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”
Spain, Finisher PSR2017
“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 details!”
Belgium, Participant PSR2021
“This is a stage run, far above first class: the unspoiled nature of the Pyrenees, the professional but not at all commercial organization, the passion of all you people, the hotels, the food, the trails, the unbelievable kindness of your volunteers … No other stage run can offer this passion and professionalism. Thank you so much to all of you … we Belgians are honored we could take part in this event.”
United States of America, Finisher PSR2021
“I used to think TAR was my favorite race of all time but that has been replaced by PSR. I will recommend PSR to every trail runner I know. Keep up the great work and please let everyone involved know that we thank them from the bottom of our heart!”
United Kingdom, Participant PSR2021
“Superb week for us both in such a professionally arranged event. First class throughout. Well done to you & your volunteers. You can be proud of what you have created.”
Discover 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!
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 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.
Entries are still open for this challenge in teams of two or three runners to complete a 240km route in seven stages The Pyrenees Stage Run (PSR), which will be held between September 4 and 10, is a stage race that crosses the Pyrenees in seven days, totaling 240...
Last 7th of December we talked at Ian Corless’s podcast about his participation to the Pyrenees Stage Run 2021. We leave you below with a summary of his thoughts about the Pyrenees Stage Run. As you’ll read, the PSR is something to be experienced! One of the things...
Last 7th of December we talked at the “Talk Ultra” podcast by Ian Corless regarding his participation to the Pyrenees Stage Run 2021. We leave you with the links to the podcast and the full transcription of the interview, which was really interesting. You can find the...