Complete route of the Pyrenees Stage Run 2019

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Stages

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Uphill m

Natural Parks

Sunday 01/09/2019

First stage to warm up the legs with a beautiful route through mythical places like Balandrau, the Camí d’Enginyers or the Sanctuary of Vall de Nuria.

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Monday 02/09/2019

A medium-mountain stage before reaching Puigcerdà, the capital of the Cerdanya, after crossing two1900m altitude cols.

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Tuesday 03/09/2019

The longest stage in which we enter Andorra after crossing the Cerdanya and a close approach to the mythical Puigpedrós.

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Wednesday 04/09/2019

We are half way from the finish and this is the shortest stage of the PSR, and the whole length of it in Andorra. The best way to recharge energy before facing the last three stages of the adventure.

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Thursday 05/09/2019

Undoubtedly one of the most technical stages of the journey, with a great uphill early in the morning to Baiau col, passing close to the highest peak in Andorra, Comapedrosa. We descend through Baiau lakes until Molinassa bridge to take Vallferrera until the small and charming town of Àreu, the classical entrance point to the highest peak in Catalonia, Pica d’Estats. From Àreu we face the last part of the stage until the finish line in the rustic and small town of Tavascan.

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Friday 06/09/2019

Stage at a lower altitude than the previous one, crossing the Natural Park of Alt Pirineu in the middle of magnificent forests, and ending up to Esterri d’Aneu, close to the National Park of Aigüestortes i Sant Maurici.

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Saturday 07/09/2019

The last stage is not the easiest… but it is one of the most magnificient. Crossing the National Park of Aigüestortes i Estany de Sant Maurici, up to Basiero Col and Saboredo mountain hut to finally descend to Vall d’Aran to cross triumphantly the finish line located in Salardu.

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