4-day Trek in Ordesa and Monte Perdido National Park, Spain

Explore the impressive Ordesa National Park on this perfect 4-day hike in Monte Perdido with Hugo, an AEGM certified guide.

 
 

Details

 

Trip Duration

4 days

Mountain Range

Pyrenees

People per Guide

7 people

Trip Level

Intermediate

Offer Period

Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct

Type of Trip

Group

Highlights

 
  • Enjoy some incredible landscapes in the Pyrenees.

  • Explore the best spots in the Ordesa and Monte Perdido National Park.

  • Try yourself on some challenging slopes in the company of an expert guide.

 

Follow me on a spectacular adventure to the most famous spots in Ordesa and Monte Perdido National Park in Spain. On our trip, we’ll discover grasslands, forest paths, waterfalls and snow-topped walls. If you like hiking, this is a trip you don’t want to miss.

The Ordesa and Monte Perdido National Park is located in the province of Huesca, in the Aragonese Pyrenees. It is a paradisiac place with glaciers, huge vertical walls, beech woods, canyons, waterfalls and a wide variety of flora and fauna. It is also home to Europe’s highest limestone massif, Monte Perdido at an altitude of 3,355 meters.

On this opportunity, we’ll visit breathtaking places such as Balcón de Pineta, Punta Custodia, Punta Las Olas, Brecha de Tucarroya, Brecha Roldán, Circo de Góriz and Faja de las Flores. You can review the itinerary below for a more detailed description of what we’ll be doing each day.

This trip is for people used to walking in the mountains. We’ll be facing some steep slopes and rough terrains and hiking for 8-11 hours each day. Make sure to review the list of equipment needed below.

Book your trip now and get ready to discover this exhilarating national park. You’ll love it!

For more hiking trips in Spain, check out the ones I offer to Sierra Nevada National Park and the Spanish Mediterranean Coast.

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Price per person

 
Group of 1
750 EUR

Group of 2
750 EUR

Group of 3
575 EUR

Group of 4
475 EUR

Group of 5
475 EUR

Group of 6
475 EUR

Group of 7
475 EUR

Group of 8
475 EUR

 

Price includes

 
  • Guiding fee
  • Accommodation
  • Transportation from your hotel/airport (if in area) to the start of the trip and back
  • Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
 Price does not include flights, transport from the airport, personal beverages or changes due to unexpected incidents.
 

Itinerary

 
  • Day 1Nerín - Rontaniza Hut

    We’ll take a taxi to Nerín and begin our hike. Then we’ll trek along the edge Punta Custodia (2,519m), where we’ll enjoy stunning views of the Ordesa Valley. We’ll also ascend Punta Las Olas (3,002m) and Añisclo Col (2,554m).

    Distance: 11.5 km. Elevation gained +790m. ascent. – 1.750m descent. Time: 8 hours.

  • Day 2Rontaniza Hut (Pineta) - Espuguettes Hut

    This is the most difficult but most dazzling stage of the trip. We’ll cross the Cinca River, Balcón de Pineta, the Cinca waterfall, Brecha de Tucarroya and Col of Hourqette D`Alans. Along the way, we’ll enjoy views of Monte Perdido, Marboré Lake and Cirque of Estaubé (France).

    Distance: 17 km. Elevation gained +1.750 ascent. – 940m descent. Time: 11 hours.

  • Day 3Espugettes Hut - Grange de Holle

    We’ll begin by descending to Chalet de la Pailla and then continue to Gavarnie Circus and Arribama’s forest. Then, we’ll go by Hotel du Cirque and the Gran Cascada.

    Distance: 12,4 km. Elevation gained +696 ascent. – 1.213 descent. Time: 8 hours.

  • Day 4Grange de Holle hut - Ordesa - Torla

    We’ll take a taxi to Port of Tentes (2,200m) to access Bujaruelo and ascend to the Gorge de Rolando. Along the way, we’ll pass canyons and waterfalls. Then, we go towards Brecha de Rolando and descend towards Pradera de Ordesa, on the most beautiful and famous route of the Pyrenees.

    Distance: 16,5Km Elevation gained +640 ascent. – 1.663m descent. Time: 9 hours.

 
 

Other details

 
Skill level required

Intermediate

Fitness level required

Fit

Accommodation

Rontaniza, Espuguettes and Grange de Holle huts.

More info

Make sure to bring:

-30-40 liter backpack

-Hiking boots

-Folding trekking poles

-Comfortable and warm clothes

-Hat and cap

-Sunglasses

-Headlamp

-Sheet or sleeping liner and light towel

-1 liter water bottle

-First aid kit

-Sunscreen and lip balm

-Camera.

We recommend your bag does not weigh more than 6-8 kilos.

 

About the Guide

 
 

I am a High Mountain Professional Guide and a Geology Graduate. I am also a member of the AEGM (Spanish Association of Mountains Guides).

I have wide experience developing and guiding trips. I practice different activities, like alpinism and skiing. But I never forgot cycling, my other big passion.

As CEO and Travel Guide of Muntania Outdoors, I enjoy sharing all of my experience and enthusiasm for exploring new destinations to create new trips for my guests.

 
 
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What People are Saying about Hugo Cózar

 

This was a fantastic trip, and it exceeded all of our expectations! Our guide Alberto was amazing, as he was able to exactly pace our group as we needed. His experience and knowledge truly showed on this trip. I would highly recommend your company and Alberto as a guide to anyone wanting to see the Picos de Europa.
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