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14-19 July 2023 (4 days' riding)

or contact us to discuss bespoke dates


€1250 (4-day)

While the Pyrenees are famous for road climbs like the Col du Tourmalet, the gravel riding here is nothing short of mind-blowing. Read what Cyclist Off-Road magazine thought when they rode with us.

The trail network is huge, criss-crossing the forests and zig-zagging up the peaks, often way higher than any road, so the views are spectacular. We have an amazing set of routes; a typical day is 80km, 2400m of climbing and 5-6hrs, nearly all on gravel. The riding is tough, so a reasonable level of fitness is required. We advise 40mm+ tyres and at least a 1:1 lowest gear (eg 42x42 or 34x34). We run 47mm tyres and 46/30 x 11-34.


Gravel riding in the Pyrenees is as exhilarating as it gets and virtually every guest returns to the house each day saying the same thing: "That was epic!" It doesn't get better than this. That's why we call it Peak Gravel.


"Absolutely epic. This was the toughest and most exhilarating riding I've ever done. The support and encouragement enabled us to climb heights off-road we never thought possible. These memories will stay with me forever. We are planning to visit again!

Amy and Jacob, UK, Sept 2022


  • Airport transfer from Lourdes or Pau

  • Six or four days of guided riding – if you'd prefer the short version you simply depart two days earlier 

  • Support vehicle with food, drink, spare clothing and tools (the car meets us at set points) 

  • Accommodation, sharing a twin room

  • Breakfast, with lots of options

  • Homemade ride snacks and drinks

  • Homemade post-ride snacks and drinks

  • Fantastic evening meal, three-courses, wine/beer included

  • Use of secure garage, tools, track pump, cleaning kit

  • Laundry, as needed

  • Use of foam rollers, yoga mats and massage gun

  • And we have loads of spare gear you can borrow if you forget something

Please contact us with any questions you may have.

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