5-day circular trek around Posets massif in the Pyrenees

Ascend the Posets massif, the second highest peak in the Pyrenees, with AEGM-certified Pako, and conquer the summits of Perdiguero and Posets on this 5-day circular trek.




Trip Duration

5 days

Mountain Range


People per Guide

6 people

Trip Level

Offer Period

Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep

Type of Trip

Not specified



    Join me on this spectacular 5-day trek into the heart of the Pyrenees as we climb the Posets massif and conquer Posets and Perdiguero.

    Perdiguero stands at 3,221 meters tall that hangs over the French-Spanish border. Located in the Natural Reserve of Posets-Maladeta, it offers beautiful views of the surrounding landscape.

    We will also trek to the summit of Posets that has 3,375 meters of altitude. Here is the second highest summit of the Pyrenees.

    During our 5-day circular trek we will be staying in lovely refuges on Posets, Viados and Angel Orus.

    We will begin and end our journey from the Spanish village of Benasque, located in the northern province of Huesca. Resting in the heart of the Pyrenees, it is surrounded by peaks that tower over the valley.

    Reserve your place now to experience the exhilarating views of the Pyrenees as we conquer the summits of Perdiguero and Posets, and ascend the Posets massif.

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    Price per person

    Group of 1
    575 EUR

    Group of 2
    315 EUR

    Group of 3
    225 EUR

    Group of 4
    185 EUR

    Group of 5
    155 EUR

    Group of 6
    140 EUR


    Price includes

    • Guiding fee


    • Day 1Mount Perdiguero

      Beginning in Benasque village, we ascend to Mount Perdiguero (3221 m / 10567 ft).

    • Day 2Chistau col

      From the refuge of Estós we continue towards the Chistau col.

    • Day 3Eriste col

      From the Viadós refuge we pass the Eriste col.

    • Day 4Mount Posets

      From the Angel Orus refuge we climb Mount Posets (3375m / 11072 ft).

    • Day 5Return to Benasque

      From the Angel Orús refuge we cross the Estós valley and return to Benasque village.


    About the Guide


    I try to do things differently, I do not like boxes. I have lived in the corporate world, in a caravan, working as an au pair, a frustrated travel photographer and a Spanish teacher in Denmark. Travel backpacking from Spain to Vietnam for a year and travel the length of Chile on my mountain bike.

    Always in love with travel, I have been working for the outdoor industry since 2008 traveling the world in more than 30 countries. I love to guide and share my experience and mountaineering skills with other lovers of remote and isolated destinations, far from crowded mountaineering centers. When I'm not working or in the mountains you can find me playing the Spanish guitar sitting on the porch of my house sharing the sunset with my lovely girlfriend.



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