Snowshoeing in Spain

Although backcountry skiing is the main sport in the Spanish winter season, there are also excellent routes for snowshoeing.

The Pyrenees, both in Aragon and in Catalonia, are a must-see spot for those who love hiking even when the landscape turns white. The Sierra de Guadarrama National Park in Madrid also offers a great environment for snowshoeing. Follow the most popular routes and reach La Bola del Mundo or Peñalara, the highest peak in this mountain range.
 
 
 
 
 

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There are many reasons for choosing Snowshoeing in Spain

Picos de Europa have a large number of routes for snowshoeing, such as the Peloño forest, the Casetón de Ándara, the Vegabañu Refuge, the Vega de Tordín or the famous Covadonga Lakes.

 

Good to know:

Country Code

+34

Best time to visit

The winter season, from December to March, is the best period for a good snowshoe experience

Language

The only official language is Spanish. However, there are 4 co-official languages: Catalan, Basque, Aragonese and Galician

Weather

It depends on the region. Temperatures rise from north to south. January is usually the month with the lowest average temperature, while August is the month with the highest average

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Snowshoes allow you to discover remote areas and hidden landscapes on foot. In addition, it is an activity that adults and children from 7 years old can practice. It is a great way to spend a fun winter with the whole family!

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