2-day guided ascent to Aneto Peak with splitboards

Come with Roger, IFMGA certified mountain guide, on this 2-day guided splitboard ascent and climb the highest mountain in the Pyrenees, Aneto Peak (3404 m)!




Trip Duration

2 days

Mountain Range


People per Guide

Trip Level


Offer Period

Jan, Feb, Dec

Type of Trip

Not specified



    Come with me on this 2-day guided ascent to Aneto Peak and climb the highest summit in the Pyrenees mountain range and the 3rd highest mountain in Spain!

    Aneto (3,404m) is located in the province of Huesca, in the Benasque Valley. It forms the southernmost part of the Maladeta massif, within the Posets-Maladeta Natural Park (33,440.60 ha).

    Our meeting point will be in the charming city of Benasque. From there, we will ascend with our splitboards to the Renclusa Hut. Located at 2,140 meters, at the foot of the Maladeta massif, this is the perfect place to rest and prepare for the following day. Depending on the access route conditions, it will take us 2/3 hours.

    Then, on the next day, we will ascend with our splitboards to Aneto Peak. From its top, we will admire the wonderful views of the Pyrenees range, both on the Spanish and the French sides. Finally, on our way back, we will descend down the amazing slopes of Aneto. I can guarantee you that skiers and splitboarders will fall in love with the mountain’s charm.

    Are you ready to join me on this amazing adventure in the Spanish Pyrenees? Send a request to book this trip and let’s go for it!

    If you have more time available, you can also take a look at my Val d’Aran (Pyrenees) 6-day guided splitboarding trip

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    Price per person

    Group of 1
    500 EUR

    Group of 2
    350 EUR

    Group of 3
    250 EUR

    Group of 4
    225 EUR

    Group of 5
    200 EUR

    Group of 6
    200 EUR


    Price includes

    • Guiding fee
    • Accommodation
    • Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
     The price also includes avalanche safety kit.


    • Day 1Benasque-Renclusa Hut

      First we will meet in Benasque. From there, we will ascend with our splitboards to the Renclusa Hut.

      Altitude gain: +400/500m. It will take us 2/3h depending on access route conditions.

    • Day 2Aneto Summit

      We will climb Aneto (+1200 m) and enjoy a wonderful view from the top of the Pyrenees. Then, an amazing descent on our splitboards to the car.


    Other details

    Skill level required


    Fitness level required


    Meeting point



    Renclusa Hut

    More info

    I can set up a transfer from Toulouse (2h) or Barcelona (4h) Airport.


    About the Guide


    I love what I do and love to transmit my passion while guiding.
    After touring the world fulfilling my dreams, I have put together all the knowledge gained and a strong background as a mountain guide to become one of the most versatile, dedicated and professional guides in the Pyrenees.
    I'm currently completing my IFMGA certification as a way to close a cycle of more than 15 years of experience guiding different activities (trekking, climbing, mountaineering, ski touring, kayaking).
    My resume has technical trainings in mountain medicine, snow studies, search and rescue complete training, meteorology and botany.
    I spend the winters enjoying the unique snow conditions in the Aran Valley, as a ski touring and freeride Guide, and summers climbing the countless areas of excellent rock, either granite, limestone or conglomerate in the Pyrenees. I also spend a lot of time in Iceland during the summer guiding my friends and clients across these incredible landscapes.
    While traveling the world, I make every effort to show the beauty of the landscapes, the quality of the rock and the best snow in the Pyrenees to everyone who wants to check them out.
    Please get in touch with me if you want to discover the Pyrenees !




    What People are Saying about Roger Martorell


    It\'s a long slog of a climb, but doable as long as you\'re reasonably fit (but you don\'t need to be an Olympic athlete). The views are stunning. The Puente (bridge) de Mahoma is mentally tough with steep drops either side and some uncomfortable climbs. I\'d strongly recommend using a local guide as they help you with the planning, kit and techniques, they share knowledge of the surrounding area that you wouldn\'t get otherwise and they help you over the more challenging stretches
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    Ian Bywater
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    david reitz
    If I had to describe the trip in 4 words : \'It was epic-ally awesome
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    The helicopter was a surprise and it was awesome, it was a great first time experience in the backcountry. Our guide, Roger, was really helpful and patient with us and we found really good snow.  The hiking up was especially tiring when it was really hot but the skiing was epic. 
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