Nestled in the heart of the Pyrenes, the Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park is jammed packed with stunning scenery. It’s also Spain’s oldest national park and one of the oldest in the world. From tall mountains and deep valleys to beautiful lakes, there are so many great areas to explore and hike through.
There are four valleys that make up this national park: Ordesa, Añisclo, Pineta and Escuain. There are also a number of awesome mountains, including, Marboré Peak, Picos de la Cascada, Taillon Peak, and Monte Perdido. In the national park, there are hiking trails for all levels from beginner to more advanced. There are also other adventure sports available in the area. Canyoning, whitewater rafting and more.
Weather conditions in the national park are cold year round. Temperatures can dip to as low as -10 degrees celsius in the winter and up to 9 degrees celsius in the summer.
Fly to either Zaragoza or Barcelona and then take the train, bus or car to Torla
The best time to visit is in the European summertime
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