Canary Islands
2-week Cycling Camp

Canary Islands 2-week Cycling Camp

An incredible two week experience featuring the best of Gran Canaria, Tenerife and La Gomera

Not sure whether to choose the Gran Canaria Camp or the Tenerife & La Gomera Camp? Then why not do both.

Overview

Details

Next Departure

March 16th 2024

From

USD $6,890

Duration

16 days / 15 nights

Non-Rider Friendly

Yes

Rental Bike

USD $550

Ride Program

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Overview

Join our expert ride leaders in both Gran Canaria & Tenerife. We’ll take care of all the transfers between the islands – you just need to provide the legs for 2 weeks of intensive riding.

Included in the 2-week price are the following complimentary items:

– complimentary rental bike for the second week in Tenerife

– complimentary transfer from Gran Canaria to Tenerife

– complimentary night at the Landmar Playa La Arena Hotel in Tenerife

– complimentary dinner and breakfast at Landmar Playa La Arena Hotel in Tenerife

In addition to all the rides on both of the individual weeks, you’ll also experience an extra epic ride through some of Tenerife’s most spectacular terrain in the Anaga Natural Park at the start of the Tenerife & La Gomera week.


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Itinerary

Day Description Distance Elevation Hotel
01 Welcome to Gran Canaria! Hotel Occidental Roca Negra
02 The Coast & La Ruta de las Presas Hotel Occidental Roca Negra
03 The Infamous Valley of the Tears Hotel Cordial Mogan Playa
04 Ayacata & Fataga Hotel Cordial Mogan Playa
05 Tauropass Hotel Cordial Mogan Playa
06 Cruz de Tejeda Hotel Cordial Mogan Playa
07 Pico de las Nieves Hotel Cordial Mogan Playa
08 Tenerife & El Teide Landmar Hotel Playa La Arena
09 Guia de Isora Landmar Hotel Playa La Arena
10 Mount Teide from Los Gigantes Landmar Hotel Playa La Arena
11 The spectacular cliff road to Masca Landmar Hotel Playa La Arena
12 Anaga Natural Park Landmar Hotel Playa La Arena
13 El Chirche Landmar Hotel Playa La Arena
14 The island of La Gomera Landmar Hotel Playa La Arena
15 The North Coast Landmar Hotel Playa La Arena
16 Adios!
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Itinerary Detail

Day 1

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Welcome to Gran Canaria!

Your Cycling Camp starts at Las Palmas de Gran Canaria Airport where our staff will meet you before the short transfer to the Hotel Cordial in Agaete.

 

After lunch, orientation meeting and bike build-up, you’ll head out for your first ride in Gran Canaria, up the magnificent climb to El Sao.

Day 2

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The Coast & La Ruta de las Presas

A beautiful ride today with a mix of coastal cliff scenery and high mountains on the Ruta de las Presas.

 

From Agaete you’ll head south-west for 30km (19 miles) through the Tamadaba Natural Park along a spectacular road that clings to the cliffs, high above the Atlantic Ocean. You’ll want to stop at every corner for another photo – the views are that stunning! La Aldea signals the end of the coastal road and the beginning of the long climb to the central part of the island. The top lies 26km (16 miles) ahead at an altitude of 1,100m (3,600ft) – through some of the most incredible scenery on the island. From the top enjoy 20km (12 miles) of rolling terrain through forests and green fields before the long descent back to the hotel.

Day 3

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The Infamous Valley of the Tears

This is one of the most remarkable and challenging days you will ever spend on a bike. The Valley of the Tears route is one of the hardest rides on the island. This is epic Thomson terrain!

 

From the hotel in Agaete you’ll head inland to Fagajesto where you’ll join yesterday’s ride (in the opposite direction). At the Paralillo Reservoir a sharp left turn signals the start of the Valley of the Tears climb with initial ramps of over 15%. 10km (6 miles) of hurt lie ahead – but the views are amazing!

 

Just over the top of the climb you’ll be rewarded with a well deserved lunch stop in the cycling cafe in Ayacata – then a 35km (22 miles) descent to your next hotel in Puerto de Mogan.

Day 4

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Ayacata & Fataga

Remember that 35km (22 miles) descent you came down yesterday, well the ride today starts with the same 35km – but uphill. The climb is simply spectacular – switchbacks galore, a perfect road surface, no traffic and a forest of pine trees to ride through. The first top comes at just under 1,000m (3,300m) in Cruz San Antonio, then it’s another 15km (9 miles) to the final summit at 1,300m (4,300ft) in Ayacata.

 

After a coffee-stop in Ayacata you’ll descend through San Bartolome and Fataga to the coast. Beware of the few short, ambush climbs on the descent, especially the final climb to Degollada de las Yeguas. A final 30km (19 miles) along the coast closes off the ride.

Day 5

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Tauropass

From the hotel you’ll head along the coast then inland towards Baranquillo Andres. Keep your eyes open as this is the road most frequented by the many pros who train on the island.

 

At the 25km (15 miles) mark, the climbing starts with the steady climb to Barranquillo. Enjoy this section of the climb, after Barranquillo you’ll take a narrow, much steeper road with pitches between 10 and 15%.

 

The route continues with the fantastic descent to Pie de la Cuesta then it’s out and back from La Aldea, over the Degollada de la Aldea climb. A tough day in the saddle with almost 3,000m (9,800ft) of elevation!

Day 6

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Cruz de Tejeda

Today’s ride takes you right into the centre of the island. The first 60km (37 miles) are just stunning with the climb to Cruz San Antonio followed by the climb to Ayacata.

 

After a coffee-stop in Ayacata you’ll continue climbing to the beautiful village of Tejeda which is classified in the list of “pueblos mas bonitos de Espana” (the most beautiful villages in Spain). From Tejeda the climbing continues with our staff’s favourite climb in Gran Canaria, the climb to Cruz de Tejeda and on to Los Llanos. From Los Llanos enjoy the 40km (25 miles) descent back to the hotel!

Day 7

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Pico de las Nieves

The week in Gran Canaria ends with the most challenging climb on the island (and one of the toughest climbs in all of Europe), the brutal climb to Pico de las Nieves from Ingenio. Starting just above sea level, the summit tops out after 23km (14 miles) at 1,900m (6,200ft). It’s a tough one – but at the top, you are rewarded with stunning views of Tenerife’s El Teide in the distance. Keep your eyes open at the summit, we often meet pro riders out training on this great climb.

 

In the evening, join us at the hotel bar where beers and cocktails are in order to toast a fantastic week of riding!

 

Note: there’s a shorter ride option today which will also climb Pico de las Nieves, but from the much easier Ayacata side.

Day 8

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Tenerife & El Teide

The week in Gran Canaria has come to an end but you still have lots to look forward to with one more week of riding on the neighbouring islands of Tenerife and La Gomera.

In the morning you’ll transfer to Tenerife either by ferry or by air, depending on flight times from Gran Canaria to Tenerife. After arriving in Tenerife you’ll have a short transfer to the village of La Esperanza which sits at the bottom of the climb to El Teide. The summit lies 46km up a spectacular ridge through pine forests and lava fields, with stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean on both sides of the ridge. From the top enjoy the magnificent descent, all the way to your next hotel in La Arena.

Day 9

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Guia de Isora

After 8 days of solid riding, we’ve planned a shorter ride today to give the legs a bit of a rest before the next week of riding. Today’s the day to enjoy the rest, maybe get a massage, and take a dip in the hotel’s infinity pool, one of the largest infinity pools in Europe!

Day 10

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Mount Teide from Los Gigantes

The Camp continues with the climb to Mount Teide.

 

On today’s climb to Teide you’ll take the western approach from Los Gigantes. From the hotel you have a 4.5km (3 miles) “warm-up” before arriving in Los Gigantes and the start of the climb to Teide. The summit lies 50km (31 miles) ahead at just over 2,300m (7,500ft). Continue over the top to Las Canadas, through the dramatic lava fields that lie in the shadow of the 3,700m (12,000ft) volcano. After a coffee-stop in Las Canadas, it’s time to head back to the hotel and enjoy one of the longest descents ever!

Day 11

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The spectacular cliff road to Masca

Today you’ll head for the north shore of the island. The ride starts the same as the warm-up ride, with the climb to Guia de Isora but then continues climbing to the Alto de Arguayo and eventually to the Puerto de Erjos.

 

Enjoy the stunning views from the switchbacks on the descent from El Tanque which takes us to the North Shore of the island. You’ll ride along the shores of the Atlantic Ocean to Buenavista del Norte where the spectacular cliff road takes us through Masca to Santiago del Teide. This is one of the most impressive and dramatic roads you’ll ever ride, with incredible views of the Atlantic Ocean hundreds of metres below. Save something in the tank for the climb out of Masca, it’s unbelievably beautiful – but also unbelievably steep!

Day 12

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Anaga Natural Park

A stunning ride today through the Anaga Natural Park in the north-east of the island.

To get to this remote part of the island you’ll have a short transfer to San Andres, where the ride starts with the 1st of 4 spectacular climbs. Enjoy the mix of sea and mountain scenery as you ride through vast forests, high cliffs overlooking the Atlantic, craggy peaks and remote mountain villages.

Local riders claim this is the most beautiful ride on Tenerife – we’ll let you be the judge.

Day 13

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El Chirche

After the long rides of the past 3 days, you’ll have a shorter ride today and rest up for the final 2 big days of riding.

 

It may be a short ride but it has it’s challenges! Close to the hotel is the climb through El Chirche, one of the steepest segments in Tenerife and we just couldn’t resist giving it a shot. The KOM list on the Strava segment is quite impressive: Jani Brajkovic has the KOM in 11:49 with Steven Kruijswijk, Chris Froome, Thibaut Pinot, Alberto Contador, Greg Van Avermaet and Jai Hindley all appearing in the Top 20. It’s also worth mentioning that our ride leader, Llibert Sendros, is in 7th position just 23 seconds behind Chris Froome!

Day 14

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The island of La Gomera

Previous guests have listed this ride as one of their top rides ever. It really is a spectacularly beautiful ride: great climbs, stunning views, charming villages, perfect road surface and no traffic!

 

In the morning, a 50 minute ferry crossing will take you to the neighbouring small island of La Gomera. The ride starts from the port of San Sebastian de La Gomera and it won’t be long before you’re climbing the first of the 4 climbs on today’s ride. The island is essentially a mountain in the middle of the ocean with the highest peaks reaching 1,400m (4,600ft). A magnificent Natural Park covers all of the interior and you’ll be riding through this National Park during the entire ride. These are some of the most beautiful roads in the Canary Islands with some of the most impressive vistas. Enjoy this epic and exceptional ride!

Day 15

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The North Coast

Today you’ll head back towards the cliff roads in Masca – but from the opposite side.

 

From Los Gigantes you’ll climb all the way to Santiago del Teide then enjoy the stunning descent through Masca and all the way down to the North shore of the island in Buenavista del Norte. A short, (very) steep surprise awaits in the form of the climb to Tierra del Trigo before you head back up the Puerto de Erjos, this time from La Vega. The final descent back to the hotel through Chio and Playa San Juan closes off a week of epic riding!

 

In the evening, join us at the hotel bar where beers and cocktails are in order to toast a fantastic week of riding!

Day 16

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Adios!

Unfortunately, your 2 weeks on the islands of Gran Canaria, Tenerife and La Gomera have come to an end.

 

Our shuttle will drop you off at Tenerife South Airport.

Map & Profile

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7.2% HC
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Climbs

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Climbs

Category Climb Day Difficulty Length Ele. Gain Av. Grade
2 El Sao (from Agaete) 01 54 6.1%
2 Presa del Paralillo (from La Aldea de San Nicolas) 02 52 5.4%
HC Pinos de Galdar (from Presa del Paralillo) 02 90 5.4%
1 Caideros (from Cueva de las Cruces) 03 65 5.8%
HC Valley of the Tears (from Presa del Paralillo) 03 132 9.4%
1 Cruz San Antonio (from Pie de la Cuesta) 04 74 6.9%
2 Ayacata (from Cruz San Antonio) 04 35 3.8%
3 Degollada de las Yeguas (from Camel Park) 04 23 4.1%
HC Tauropass (from Lomo Galeon) 05 65 4.5%
2 Degollada de La Aldea (from Pie de la Cuesta) 05 40 4.2%
2 Degollada de La Aldea (from La Aldea & Hoyo) 05 74 7.5%
1 Cruz San Antonio (from Pie de la Cuesta) 06 74 6.9%
2 Ayacata (from Cruz San Antonio) 06 35 3.8%
2 Cruz de Tejeda (from Tejeda) 06 50 5.9%
3 Llanos de la Pez (from Cruz de Tejeda) 06 37 5.6%
1 Alto de Fataga (from San Fernando) 07 77 5.1%
HC Pico de las Nieves (from Ingenio) 07 150 7.2%
HC El Teide (from La Esperanza) 08 93 4%
2 Guia de Isora (from San Juan) 09 54 5.8%
HC Mount Teide (from Los Gigantes) 10 125 4.6%
HC Alto de Arguayo (from San Juan) 11 79 5.6%
3 Puerto de Erjos (from Santiage del Teide) 11 30 5%
1 Monte Del Agua (from Buenavista del Norte) 11 63 5.8%
2 Masca Summit (from Masca) 11 91 11.1%
2 Cruce Bailadero (from San Andres) 12 78 6.7%
2 Taganana (from Roque de las Bodegas) 12 98 10%
2 La Ensillada (from Chamorga) 12 57 6.7%
2 Cruce Pico del Inglés (from Las Carboneras) 12 65 7.7%
2 Guia de Isora (from San Juan) 13 54 5.8%
2 El Chirche (from Guia de Isora) 13 88 11.6%
2 Alto de Arguayo (from Chio) 13 49 6.6%
2 Tunel Cumbre (from San Sebastian) 14 81 8.2%
2 Las Rosas (from Santa Catalina) 14 69 7%
HC Garajonay Cruce (from Vallehermoso) 14 108 7.4%
3 Pajarito (from Chipude) 14 29 4%
2 Masca Summit (from Los Gigantes) 15 59 6%
2 La Arenas (from Los Silos) 15 109 13.8%
1 Los Llanos (from Genoves) 15 71 6.3%
3 Alto de Arguayo (from Santiago del Teide) 15 34 6%
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    Trip Hotels

    Hotel Occidental Roca Negra

    Hotel Cordial Mogan Playa

    Landmar Hotel Playa La Arena


    What's Included

    What's Included What's Not Included
      Accommodations & Meals arrow
    • 16 days / 15 nights fully accompanied trip
    • All accommodations
    • All breakfasts (buffet)
    • All dinners (buffet)
    • 2 lunches (on arrival days in both Gran Canaria & Tenerife)
    • Transportation arrow
    • Arrival: Transfer from Las Palmas Airport to the Hotel Cordial in Agaete (approx. 45 minutes)
    • Departure: Transfer from the Landmar Hotel to Tenerife South airport (approx. 30 minutes)
    • Transfers from Gran Canaria to Tenerife
    • Cycling Support arrow
    • Minimum of 1 Support Van & 1 Ride Leader
    • Experienced bike mechanic
    • Park Tools Toolkit
    • Daily ride gpx files provided
    • Energy bars, gels and sports drink arrow
    • Fresh fruit
    • Bottled water
    • Airfare
    • Travel and personal insurance
    • Additional hotel expenses i.e. phone charges, mini-bar, gratuities
    • Staff gratuities
    • This trip is not eligible for our Frequent Rider Program
    What's Included
      Accommodations & Meals arrow
    • 16 days / 15 nights fully accompanied trip
    • All accommodations
    • All breakfasts (buffet)
    • All dinners (buffet)
    • 2 lunches (on arrival days in both Gran Canaria & Tenerife)
    • Transportation arrow
    • Arrival: Transfer from Las Palmas Airport to the Hotel Cordial in Agaete (approx. 45 minutes)
    • Departure: Transfer from the Landmar Hotel to Tenerife South airport (approx. 30 minutes)
    • Transfers from Gran Canaria to Tenerife
    • Cycling Support arrow
    • Minimum of 1 Support Van & 1 Ride Leader
    • Experienced bike mechanic
    • Park Tools Toolkit
    • Daily ride gpx files provided
    • Energy bars, gels and sports drink arrow
    • Fresh fruit
    • Bottled water
    What's Not Included
    • Airfare
    • Travel and personal insurance
    • Additional hotel expenses i.e. phone charges, mini-bar, gratuities
    • Staff gratuities
    • This trip is not eligible for our Frequent Rider Program

    Travel details - airport departures

    Pick-up/Drop-off Info

    Arrival

    Pickup Location Time

    Las Palmas de Gran Canaria Airport

    11:30am

    Departure

    Drop Off Location Time

    Tenerife South Airport

    8:00am


    Rental Bikes

    Felt FR Advanced

    Frame

    Felt FR Advanced

    Groupset

    2023 SRAM Force AXS 12-speed

    Weight

    7.7kg (size 53)

    Wheels

    Reynolds AR46 DB Custom

    Chainrings

    48x35

    Cassette

    10-33

    Sizes

    47, 51, 54, 56, 58, 61

    USD $550

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