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Hiking in Aigüestortes National Park

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During the summer, the park welcomes many hikers eager to explore all kinds of trails, from very simple ones to routes that require good physical condition and are only possible with a local guide. Some of the most daring challenges in Aigüestortes National Park are the GR-11 Grand Transpyrenean Route, which crosses the park from side to side, as well as the Espot-Boí and the Arties-Espot traverses. Check out our selection of guided programs in this protected area of Catalonia, Spain.

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What people are saying about these trips

Hans Gubbels


May, 2022

Circular traverse to Peguera peak (2,983 m)

I made the trip with a friend. Ramon is a knowledgable guide, he supported us in every way possible before and during the hike. We were not only dazzled by the breathtaking views but also what we learned about biodiversity was a bonus. We loved this 3-day trip! Thanks Ramon!

Job de Laat


November, 2021

Circular traverse to Peguera peak (2,983 m)

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brandy stewart


September, 2019

Hut to hut hiking in Aiguestortes National Park, Spain

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Alexus Bond


May, 2019

2-day hike in the Aigüestortes National Park in La Vall Fosca

I had such a fantastic adventure. The scenery was gorgeous and we were the only ones in the park. Ramon was a pleasure and this excursion was everything that I hoped it would be.


There are many reasons for choosing Hiking in Aigüestortes National Park

It is a challenge that allows you to complete a circular tour of some of the guarded huts in this area. Although the competitive version can be completed in less than 24 hours, it is recommended to do it in a minimum of four days to fully enjoy the experience.


Good to know:



Best time to visit

European Summer


Spanish and Catalan are the two official languages


It is located in a high mountain area, between 1200 and 3029 meters high. The climate is characterized by long winters with lots of snow and short summers with mild temperatures during the day and cold at night

How to get there

You have to leave from Boí, from where you must take the L-500 road towards Caldes de Boí, and about 2.5 km away, you will find the parking lot of the first of the entrances. Following the same road, and passing Caldes de Boí, you will reach the second gate that also has parking


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