Aínsa and this beautiful region is the venue for the first edition of a women’s cycling camp unlike any other. You have it all; a spectacular terrain that invites you to pedal and enjoy two wheels, the experience of professional cycling coaches to improve your cycling skills, the assistance of a technical team specialised in mechanics, vehicles for monitoring and control, refreshments, clinics and classes aimed especially at women, welcome gifts and much more.
There are 3 days with sessions focused on the best cyclotourist experience, with some not excessively hard passes and beautiful views, accompanied by all the tools of a professional training team.
All the routes are a real parade of nature. We will enter the Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park and ride through beautiful canyons and deep valleys, visit the Sierra del Guara and its incredible canyons and landscapes, pass through beautiful villages that look like something out of a fairy tale, and ride through some of the oldest forests in Spain.
To make the experience complete, we have chosen Bikefriendly Hotel Dos Rios as your travel companion. A recently renovated hotel with modern facilities and exclusive spaces for cyclists.
* The routes indicated below are indicative and may change depending on the level and objectives of the group.
** Reservations are, by default, in shared double room. If you would like a single room, please indicate this when filling in the registration form.
385 € – Shared double flat with breakfast (kitchen included)
310 € – Hotel room to share with breakfast
195 € – Accompanying persons in AD (weekend)
34 € – Half board supplement (for 2 days)
40 € – Single room supplement
The registration period opens on 1 June 2022, and will end on 31 July 2022 or when the maximum number of participants has been reached.
13:00 - Reception at the hotel. Delivery of keys, bib and welcome bag.
16:00 - Briefing and welcome meeting.
17:00 - Departure stage I Zona Zero El Monasterio de San Victorián
20:30 - Sightseeing tour of the historic centre of Ainsa or walk around the hotel.
Taking the name of one of the most mythical routes of Zona Zero, we will travel through the same places, but on the back of a "flaca". The roads on the slopes of Peña Montañosa are not very busy and twisty, always under the immense southern wall of the most emblematic mountain of central Sobrarbe. We will climb up to the Monastery of San Victorián, one of the oldest in Spain and we will pass through beautiful villages such as Oncins, Torrelisa or El Pueyo de Araguás, one of the villages with the least polluted air in the peninsula. With the exception of the odd ramp, the climbs are pleasant, and we will ride almost always on narrow roads that invite you to enjoy the stage.
07:00 a 08:30 - Breakfast in reserved areas at hotel
09:30 - Departure stage II Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park
14:30 - Arrival at the hotel
19:00 - Clinic on cycling training for women by Javier del Real, expert in exercise physiology from BSH University (USA).
Añisclo is one of the valleys of the National Park of Ordesa and Monte Perdido, which we will visit on our road bike. We will ride up the canyon of Añisclo in a somewhat broken terrain but incredible for its narrow road embedded in the rock. Once out of the canyon, we will start the ascent to Fanlo, a pass with no ramps and spectacular views, which only gets harder at the end. The section between Fanlo and Sarvisé runs through the forest of La Pardina del Señor, one of the most beautiful mixed forests in the Pyrenees, especially in autumn. We will return to Aínsa on favourable terrain and on a wide road where it is necessary to cycle in groups.
07:00 a 08:30 - Breakfast in reserved areas in hotel
09:30 - Departure stage III Sierra de Guara Natural Park
14:30 - Optional lunch with companions and farewell
Perhaps the most unknown and yet beautiful area of the Sobrarbe region. After the main stage, and with tired legs, we will climb the Serrablo pass, which is pure Sierra de Guara. A lonely road and a feeling of isolation for many kilometres. kilómetros. The climb is well worth the effort, as the road then opens out onto a beautiful narrow road that will take us through the incredible landscapes and bucolic villages of the Guara Natural Park.