Join the Final Ride
Andorra 21 Ports is held over 3 consecutive stages and will push riders to the limit on 3 days of pure cycling. If you are more of a single stage enthusiast, but still want to experience the thrill of riding the best of Andorra, join us for the final stage on Saturday, June 26 and bring it home in the grand finale when you cross the finish line in Andorra La Vella. Claim your piece of the Pyrenees in one day over a distance of 106km with 2.900m of elevation.
The single stage race sets riders off from the capital, taking a turn at Pueblo de Encamp where they will ascend the Collada de Beixalís (Category 1 – 1796m) where the steepest paved kilometre of the Andorran road network (more than 12% gradient in average) can be found. This climb, which is also part of La Vuelta, offers spectacular views of Andorra la Vella. After descending in the direction of Ordino, riders will start the mythical ascent to La Coma d’Arcalís ( Category 1 – 2229m), probably the best known cycling climb of the microstate, having featured numerous times in the Tour de France, La Vuelta and Volta a Catalunya. The first 6km if the ascent is relatively flat, before presenting a few steeper gradients. On approaching the last mountain riders will descend to Ordino again and in the direction of La Massana and Erts. It is here that the last ascent of the day, the Coll de Cabús (Category 1 – 2302m), will begin. This is one of the longer climbs with several changes in gradient. After passing the midway point of the climb, which is the most challenging, riders can enjoy stunning views ahead of the descent to La Massana, entering the Tunnel Dos Valires and bringing the race to a rewarding close in Parc Central.
- Collada de Beixalís (6,6km / 556 elevation / 8,4%)
- Alt de la Coma d’Arcalís (10,5km / 724m elevation / 6,9%)
- Alt de Cabús (15,6km / 962m elevation / 6,2%)
- Km 13 (Collada de Beixalís)
- Km 40,5 (Alt de la Coma d’Arcalís)
- Km 79 (Coll de Cabús)
- Start: 9.30h
- Finish first athlete: 13.00h
- Cut Off time: 17.30h