207.6 miles
Distance
11,975 ft
Climb
-11,986 ft
Descent
4,974 ft
High Point

The PIRINEXUS CHALLENGE is currently a personal non-stop challenge of 340km. Participants will have until midnight to complete a route that takes in all types of terrain. All bikes are allowed, although probably the most appropriate are the gravel or the cyclo-cross bikes. Road bikes with 28 (or 25) tyres and mountain bikes 29’ wheels with slicks.

Participants will leave the sea and head inland into the regions of Girona following the course of the Ter river up to the Colomers dam. Once there, the course will turn left towards Les Gavarres mountains. It will then mainly run along the crest of the mountain in an easterly direction, enjoying views of the El Gironès and L’Empordà regions whilst surrounded by cork oaks. All the tracks are in very good condition and have low technical difficulty.

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  • Difficulty rating
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  • Route Type
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  • Direction
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More Stats for Canyon Pirinexus Challenge mountain bike route
  • Altitude change
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  • Altitude min
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  • Altitude start
    246 ft
  • Altitude end
    236 ft
  • Grade
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  • Grade min
    47.7%
  • Distance climb
    90 miles
  • Distance down
    85 miles
  • Distance flat
    32 miles
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