Adrenaline and nature
One of the best ways to get to know Andorra's mountains is through its mountain bike routes. On them you will find: sport, adrenaline, nature, landscapes ... It is an ideal way to combine all these elements and enjoy a day full of adventure and surprises. The country offers routes of different levels and with different types of unevenness. You can delve into the depth of the forests and get lost among its places or contemplate more flat paths with panoramic views of the different Principalty's parishes.
AIXOVALL - COLL
DE LA GALLINA - FONTANEDA
This route starts in Bixessarri. You must reach the sanctuary of the area and follow a dirt track to the Coll de la Gallina, where the ascent ends. From there, continue down to Fontaneda to take the road to Sant Julià de Lòria and end the tour.
OS DE CIVÍS SISPONY
To start this tour you have to head for Os de Civís. Once there, follow the track on the right in the direction of the quiet of Montaner. The hill must be crossed on foot. Once overcome, you descend on the other side of the mountain until you reach Sispony.
EL GALL'S PATH
This road has several quite steep ascents and descents. The route starts at Grandvalira (through the Soldeu sector). An old iron bridge is crossed and ends by the road of Galo de Bosc, which ends in the parish of Canillo.
LES PARDINES PATH - LAKE OF ENGOLASTERS
The road is quite flat and crosses through a shady area that houses a botanical garden. The tour has several rest areas with panoramic views of the parish of Encamp, as well as different water points and tables to watch over and have a technical stop. The route ends when you reach Engolasters' Lake, where there is a restaurant and bar service.
PAL - SCORES -SISPONY
To start this route you must go in Pal's station direction and, just before the crossing, take a the road to the left. You follow a path that goes down a pine forest to a fork of roads with several descents. Continuing straight, you reach Sispony and, to the left, Escàs.
VALL D'INCLES -
The route starts at Soldeu. From there you must take a track with a steep slope. And once past this, the descent begins by a trialeras quite difficult. Following the road to the ski slopes, you pass through an old iron bridge and, after a stretch of track, you take the Galo de Bosc road to Canillo.