enduro week

Altitude Helibike & Ski

Airport transfers from – to Barcelona

Hotels 3 stars during all the trip, breakfasts include

All the shuttles during the week

Helibike included

Passionate local guide

Lunch and two dinners

Guaranteed smiles

high mountains trip

For a week, we will enjoy the best riding areas in the Pyrenees, from the mythical descents of the Enduro World series in Ainsa or Loudenviele, to the best helibike in Europe in Bielsa, or the enduro mecca in the pre-Pyrenees that is Tremp, named by Kiliam Bron the European Squamish.

All types of terrain, from high mountain areas to pure flow forests, rock garden’s and the best rock slides accompanied by typical food from the area in delicious restaurants.



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First of all, before you continue reading, we are riders, we love to ride our bikes, and it is what we do in our free time!

In addition, we are trailbuilders and we love to guide you through the trails that we know and maintain. We live in the area and we know which descents are the best at all times, so we are sorry to tell you that we haven’t a fixed schedule for these  days, but yes, we will do everything possible so that you enjoy an unforgettable experience.

In addition, we move in high mountain areas, so the weather rules, and safety comes first, so helibike day will condition the week.

Fortunately, in all the areas that we will visit, there are many options for different trails, so we are flexible and depending on the conditions, in less than 45 minutes by van, we can ride on very different types of terrain.

Ride per day

Normally, we start after breakfast, around 9 am, and finish at 7 pm.

During the day, we will make a stop to eat something at noon such as a sandwich or a combined plate.

We will be combining 4×4 lifts with some pedaling.

Technical and physical level

Although most of the steep climbs will be done by van, a good physical level is required in general, because there are many days in a row, accumulating meters of downhill.

It is mandatory to be able to ascend about 400 meters  per day and to have a level to comfortably descend red  trails, and to be able to have experience on days with more than 2000 meters of descent.