Cycling Trip Highlights
  • Follow in the footsteps of your heroes with some of the most iconic cycling in Europe
  • Tackle cols made famous by Le Tour de France including Tourmalet, the Aubisque, the Soulor and many more
  • Pristine landscapes and idyllic valley rides
  • Relax in traditional French towns and explore the areas rich culture between rides
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Pyrenees Cycling Holiday

A fully flexible cycling holiday in France

What we love About your Pyrenees Cycling Holiday

We love...Following in the Cycle Tracks of Legends
The Pyrenees is one of the most famous cycling destinations in the world. Experience climbs made famous by Le Tour, ride the roads that have been battlegrounds for the yellow jersey and immerse yourself in French cycling culture.
We love...The Views
Whether you're climbing mountains or riding through valleys, there are stunning views everywhere you look in the Pyrenees. Lac d'Estaing is a beautiful place to ride to whilst the views from the mountain peaks are unsurprisingly awe-inspiring.
We love...The Climbs
The abundance of iconic climbs makes the environment the perfect place for seasoned riders. The Col du Tourmalet is probably the most revered but you can also ride the Aubisque, Soulour, Hautacam and the list just keeps going!

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Our suggested Pyrenees Cycling Holiday

Suggested Holiday

This trip is entirely flexible, allowing you to arrive and depart whenever you like. The best airport to arrive is either Lourdes, Tarbes or Toulouse, and you will stay in Argeles-Gazost. Check in to the hotel, relax and collect your bicycle.

Surrounded by iconic climbs made famous by Le Tour De France, you are spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing where to ride. You will be given the choice of many great routes, available in GPX, before heading out to tackle the famous cols including the Aubisque, the Soulor, d’Aspin, Luz Ardiden and Hautacam and the most iconic of them all the Tourmalet.

Ridden more than any other pass on the Tour de France (83 at the last count), Col du Tourmalet is as iconic a climb as you will find. Connecting the Bagneres de Bigoree valley to the ‘Pays Toy’ the Tourmalet pass offers stunning scenery and an unforgettable day in the saddle.

The beauty of this area is you don’t have to spend everyday climbing. There are some beautiful rides to places including the stunning Lac d’Estaing or ride through the valley following the old railway line, now a cycle path, to Lourdes for a religious pilgrimage.

After an incredible few days riding you will be taken back to the airport.

Key Stats

4day holiday
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17.2km long at 7.4% average
Col du Tourmalet (From St Marie de Campan)
16.6km long at 7.2% average
Col du Aubisque (From Laruns)
17.3km long at 6.8% average
Hautacam (From Argelès Gazost)
19.5km long at 5.2% average
Col du Soulor (From Argelès Gazost)

How's the Weather? in Pyrenees

The SpringMarch to May
The cycling season begins as early as March and April which offers cool Spring riding. The weather gets progressively warmer into May and June.
The SummerJune to August
The Pyrenees is hot in the summer and can be quite humid. It's best to cycle in the mornings before the midday sunshine.
The AutumnSeptember to November
Autumn is a great time to cycle in The Pyrenees. The summer heat has passed and the weather becomes cooler, especially towards the north. September is the best month to travel whilst mid to late October can become quite wet.
The WinterDecember to February
The winter tends to be wet and temperatures can become quite cold, especially in the heart of winter.

What to ExpectFrom famous climbs to magnificent views

Famous cols, idyllic valley rides as well and beautiful scenery everywhere you turn, the Pyrenees offers the perfect playground for a cycling holiday. After a long day in the saddle relax in beautiful 19th century thermal baths in the heart of Argeles-Gazost or head to Lourdes, known worldwide for the Sanctuaires Notre-Dame de Lourdes, or the Domain, a major Catholic pilgrimage site.

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