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Trail 2 Challange: Day 5

Almost there, 5 stages down!

We don’t know what’s stronger: their desire to meet up with the other team or their fatigue. The breathtaking scenery, the good vibes between the participants and a taste for adventure are turning the Trail2Challenge into a unique experience.

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Cycling Team

Aínsa – Jaca

Right out of the gate the riders encounter a constant 50-km climb, with imposing walls at the end. The weather is changing constantly throughout the day and doesn’t allow for many distractions. There’s a definite chill in the air. All that’s left to reach Jaca is a downhill and then a small climb.

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Hiking Team

Villanueva de Aezkoa – Ochagavía

The hikers face a long stage with constant ups and downs, a veritable leg buster. As they reach the end with a total elevation gain of nearly 1000 m, the fatigue is undeniable. As on the previous stages, the wind tags along with the hikers for much of the day. Luckily, the weather holds off and they can take in the incredible views.

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Trail 2 Challange: Day 4

A stage of contrasts

The autumn colors continue to enthrall us, as does the changing weather that is typical of the season and the area. Simple stage for the hikers, who needed to recover from the previous day’s tough stage. All out fun for the cycling team.

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El Pont de Suert – Aínsa

The first day of rain for the riders, a sign of what’s to come this weekend. The rain accompanied the team for the first few kilometres before the skies cleared, paving the way for a day of pure mountain biking. Spectacular landscapes and downhill trails worthy of a world championship.

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Hiking Team

Bruguete – Villanueva de Aezkoa

The fourth stage for the hikers provided some relief and a chance to rest a bit. The day broke with low clouds that hung around for the initial segments of the stage. Easy but constant climbs through very nice forests. The enemy so far today is the mud, but despite everything, a few mushrooms here and there are encouraging the hikers along today’s route.

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Trail 2 Challange: Day 3

The fatigue starts to show

Fatigue is setting in but their motivation remains intact. After 3 stages of the Trail 2 Challenge, the legs are starting to get a bit tired, but despite everything, the landscapes and the setting turn this challenge into a great experience for both teams.

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La Seu d’Urgell – El Pont de Suert

The riders start with a long stage, though not as tough as the previous one. The morning is cold and the bikers ride up a very long climb that takes them to the summit of Puerto del Cantó. From there, the downhill trails delight the entire team before reaching the intermediate feed zone. They need their strength. There are still a few climbs left, as well as some exhilarating downhills before they reach the finish and close out yet another day.

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Hiking Team

Bidarray – Lase (Bruguete)

The new day brings rain for the hikers, though it miraculously stops right before they set out. The wind is relentless, and right from the start they are faced with a never-ending 1,200-metre technical ascent. The descents are also on highly technical terrain, which makes for slow progress en route to Saint Etienne de Baïgorry. At the end, after 30+ km, with night-time almost upon them, the team reach Lase, where they will transfer to the Spanish side of the Pyrenees from Bruguete.

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Trail 2 Challange: Day 2

Day two, getting to know each other

In the second stage, the scenery changes quickly. Both teams are in typical mountain terrains, a taste of what awaits them in the days to come.

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Cycling Team

Camprodon – La Seu d’Urgell

A stage of contrasts. They set out on a spectacular, and rather cold, day. These conditions followed the cyclists during the tough climb to the La Molina ski resort. From there, with half a stage behind them and pedalling at over 1,500 m, they started the dizzying descent to the floor of the La Cerdanya Valley. Spectacular trails and full autumn colours stole the show on this second and unforgettable stage.

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Hiking Team

Sare – Bidarray

After the first initial flat kilometres on meadows with good weather, the team get ready to face what could be waiting for them in the Pyrenees in coming stages. Wind, a bit of rain, highly technical descents and, on the horizon, spectacular mountain landscapes. The hikers are ready to venture into the high mountains in the next few days.

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Trail 2 Challange: Day 1

The Trail2Challenge has begun!

Both teams started at the same time, 9:30 AM. The hikers from Saint-Jean-de-Luz, on France’s Atlantic coast, and the bikers from Cadaqués (Spain), with the Mediterranean in the background.

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Cycling Team

Cadaqués – Camprodon

The bikers faced one of the longest and toughest stages of the challenge, 140 km and 3,000 m of climbing. On this first stage, the team followed the coastline before eventually venturing into more mountainous territory en route to the stage finish in Camprodon (Spain).

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Hiking Team

Saint-Jean-de-Luz – Sare

The walking route took the hikers over France’s coastal plains before entering the mountains, where they climbed Mount Altsanga (625 m), which gave them a glimpse of the route that awaits them. Once in Sare, they were able to rest and recover for the second stage.

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Trail 2 Challenge: Presentation

Who has never dreamed of a transpyrenean?

Live the challenge with us and enjoy a complete outdoor experience.
We test our latest GPS: Trail 2

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2 teams, 1 challenge: cross the Pyrenees from coast to coast.
900 km and 25,700 m of positive slope separate Saint Jean de Luz (France) from Cadaqués (Catalan Costa Brava).

The teams will have to face this challenge in the opposite direction, one team will leave Saint Jean de Luz walking and the other from Cap de Creus by bicycle. Both teams will be equipped with the latest TwoNav GPS: Trail 2, the new GPS for hiking and with a cycling version, Trail 2 Bike.

 

The challenge will begin the 3rd week of October (October 15th-21st).
Follow us and discover where both teams will meet.

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TwoNav, made in Spain

We are so proud to announce a big chapter for us, TwoNav will be totally Made in Spain from now on.

After more than 20 years developing solutions for outdoor navigation, TwoNav set the objective of being able to carry out the manufacture of our products in our own facilities based in Arenys de Mar (Barcelona, Spain). There have been many years of collaborations until we reach the point of having the capacity of developmentengineering and manufacturing our own GPS devices.

 

 

In a world that has long evidenced the excesses of globalization, TwoNav began 5 years ago, a movement back to our origins, with a local manufacturing. Today we present an Ecosystem of products for outdoor navigation 100% Made in Spain, culminated by the new Trail 2.

 

 

These results in a local manufacturing 100% Made in Spain, a collaboration with local businesses and a huge reduction of carbon footprint while taking the old products off the market in order to propose, henceforth, a Spanish local manufactured product only.

Today we are starting a new era, that of Trail 2.

TwoNav Team