We will place our headquarters in Oviedo, following the two final stages of La Vuelta a España in Asturias.
The first day we will move to Grado, from this beautiful town we will cross the Asturian Central Mountain. The longest and most demanding stage of La Vuelta with three first level climbs, La Cobertoria, San Lorenzo and the summit finish of La Farrapona in the Somiedo Natural Park.
The second day we will face the great challenge of Spanish cycling, the "Coloso" Angliru, the judge of La Vuelta a España. We will leave Oviedo towards the Trubia area, crossing the Alto del Tenebredo we will descend towards the Caudal river valley to face then the ramps at the end of the stage in the "unqualifiable" Angliru.
Come to the Vuelta and feel like one of the cyclists in the squad.
L´Angliru and La Farrapona. Two "Colossi" that will decide La Vuelta a España.
|Day 1 - Reception at the hotel and information meeting|
|Day 2 - Grado-La Farrapona||High Difficulty||82 km||2.225 m|
|Day 3 - Oviedo-El Angliru||High Difficulty||55 km||1.663 m|
|Total||137 km||3.888 m|
Day 1 - Reception
Reception at the hotel and informative meeting. Delivery of materials and equipment, security measures, schedules and to deal with any questions that arise.
Day 2 - Grado-La Farrapona
We leave Oviedo early in our vehicles and place the beginning of the day in Grado. Where an unforgettable day will begin through the most "wild and natural" valleys of Asturias. We will start peddaling by gently ascending through the valley of the Cubia River to descend to San Martín de Teverga and climb one of the hardest ports in Asturias, San Lorenzo. After we will descend to La Riera de Somiedo and, without pause, we start climbing San Lorenzo. The end of the stage in the Natural Park of Somiedo will leave you speechless. Bears and cyclists will share the Natural Park for one day.
Day 3 - Oviedo-El Angliru
We leave Oviedo in the direction of San Claudio to shortly after facing the Alto del Escamplero, a short and gentle ascent, to give way to a gentle descent through the Hoces del Rio Nora. After a brief journey attached to the Nalón River, we will start 10 very comfortable kilometers accompanying the Trubia River. A turn to the left will give us the exit for an ascent of little more than three kilometers that in some points reaches 20%, the Alto del Tenebredo, a snack of what awaits us later. From here we will start 15 km of continuous ups and downs until we reach the recreational area of Viapará. From this point, 9 km of which for some is the toughest ascent of world cycling, the high Angliru. You decide how far you accept the challenge.
What is included
- Reception and explanatory meeting at the hotel about the activities to be carried out.
- Two nights in 3 star hotels, double or triple room with breakfast included.
- Escort vehicle with mechanical, technical and feed zones at different points along the route: fruits, sandwiches, hot and cold drinks
- Return to the hotel at the end of each route.
- Bike Paradise gpx tracks.
- Photo report.
Optional, not included
- Single room, additional charge.
- Full board.
- Bike Rental.
- Experienced cycling guiding.
- Alternative activities for cyclists or companions.
- Pick up at the airport, train station or port.
What is not included
- Personal insurance or travel insurance.
- Air tickets, trains or others to Asturias.
- Hotel expenses additional to those described above.
From 290,00 euros per person
If you would like to obtain a quote for this route, select the start date and the number of participants.
If you don´t want to bring your own bicycle, or you want to try one of ours, select the model, indicate the number of bikes and the days that you will be using them. They will then be added to your reservation. You can see the models and rental prices in the section Bike Rent.
* Reference price for a group of 6 or more, according to season and availability. Prices include 21% VAT.