Biking holidays in the Pyrenees with Bikefriendly benefits

Biking holidays in the Pyrenees with Bikefriendly benefitslogo-bikefriendly

The “Bikefriendly” quality seal recognises Hotel Tierra de Biescas as one of Spain’s best hotel alternatives for guests on a biking holiday.

It is also part of the “Trans-Pyrenees Hotel Network for Biking Tourist Trails”, due to its location in a region “with large biking tourism potential and contrasted experience in the sports sector”, offering the following FB Plus specialised services:

• Bicycle storage facilities.
• Repair shop & tools.
• Bicycle wash service.
• Rental of children’s bicycle seats.
• Rental of mountainbikes.
• Daily weather forecast
• Information on accessible biking trails in the Tena Valley.
• Spa-Wellness area, with a covered recreational swimming pool, gym, sauna and outdoor pool in the summer.

Upon request, the Tierra de Biescas Hotel also offers bikers the following:

• Special Ordesa Tracks Plan (50€ forfait), including tracks, a route guide and biking gear, with 2 routes to choose from:

1. Btt Ordesa Route: 260 km.
2. BTT Ordesa and Quebrantahuesos Route: 564 km long, joining the biking tourist trail: Quebrantahuesos, Treparriscos and Jacetania.

• Individual menus for a sports diet.
• Packed lunch.
• Massage parlour.

Accessible bike routes recommended in the Upper Gállego River, starting at Biescas


Dolmen de Santa Elena

1. Visit to los Oroses. An easy and accessible route for families with children: surfaced roads and tracks in top condition, covering the villages of Orós Alto and Orós, through refreshing pools to cool off in the summer. Distance: 14 km / Drop: 95m / Length: 2 hours.

2. Oliván. Medium difficulty, appropriate for people with btt skills. Accessible all year round.
Distance: 16.6 km / Drop: 135 m / Length: 2 hours.

3. Lárrede. Difficult route, enjoyable and problem-free. For experienced cyclists in mountain slopes. Distance: 28.7 / Drop: 500 m / Length: 3.30 h.

4. Yésero. Comprehensive route: upward track and triathlete slope with lots of curves. Distance: 23.3 km / Drop: 565 m / Length: 2.40 h.

5. Santa Elena. Another short but “hardening” route, which will delight the most experienced biker. Entertaining climb and triathlete slopes, with steps and bridges.
Distance: 12.9 km / Drop: 415 m / Length: 1.50 h.

6. Sobremonte. A highly demanding route, due to extended drops in the land and three technical slopes, with track sections. Distance: 30.1 km / Drop: 1,030 m. / Length: 3.30h.

• The Tena Valley offers even more trails to discover by bike. < Clic > HERE <