Last updated: 02-Jun-17
By Elsa Trujillo
The Andorra Ultra Trail takes place every July in the Pyrenees. It comprises five events, three of which are mountain ultras: 170km, 112km and 83km. It takes place between the 14th and the 17th of July, and athletes from 37 different countries have registered so far.
Although, Andorrans, Spaniards and French continue to dominate the start lines, this year sees entries from countries such as the United States, England, Portugal, Italy, the Czech Republic and Japan, and new arrivals from French Polynesia, Martinique and Uruguay.
Ronda dels Cims (170km) has 13,500m of elevation gain and its highest point is Comapedrosa, at 2,942 metres. Mític (112km) has 9,700m of elevation gain and its highest point is also Comapedrosa. Celestrail (83km) has 5,000m of elevation gain and one of its highest points is the Coll Arenes pass at 2,500m.