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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This is a basic itinerary, which may be modified according to weather conditions.
For us, safety always comes first! In saying this, it is important to recognise that the helibike trip is dependent on good weather conditions as we will be flying up to almost 3000 metres.
On this trip, our base for the first few days will be the border town of Bielsa. Over the past few years, we have both opened and maintained the trails in this area which means that you get to experience and be guided to the all the best descents!
In Bielsa we will also do the helibike: a glorious descent of more than 2000 meters showcasing an incredible variety of natural beauty and adventure. Think rocks, high mountains, lush forest, not to mention… a lot of flow! This is what you call a biker’s dream!
And if that’s not enough to whet your intrepid appetite, imagine being able to ride along high mountain trails, or arid and dry areas of Ainsa – famous for the Enduro World Series! – on the same day?!
But the week doesn’t end there… After spending these few days in Bielsa, we continue on to experience the exciting trails of Loudenvielle – home of the Downhill and Enduro World Cup! Finally, we end off by travelling to Tremp… Here we will enjoy a tremendous end to the trip with its thrilling variety and quality of descents!
Now what more exhilarating way is there to spend your week?
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.