Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct
We’ll meet at the Refugio Lizara in the afternoon, share dinner and go to bed early.
From Lizara, we’ll go to places such as Valle de los Sarrios, Ibón de Estanés and finish at the Aysa Hut in Somport.
Distance: 17.5 kms. Elevation gain/loss: +1,076/-984m.
We’ll go along the beautiful valleys of Aspe and Espelunguera, and enter the Pyrénées National Park. We’ll hike up to Arlet, where we can enjoy stunning views of the Midi d’Ossau.
Distance: 18.9 kms. Elevation gain/loss: +1,150/-780m.
This is the easiest day with steep descents.
Distance: 19.5 kms. Elevation gain/loss: +520/-1,640m.
We’ll go up the collado de Petrechema until we reach the Refugio de Linza.
Distance: 17 kms. Elevation gain/loss: +1,290/-790m.
Day 6 will be the most demanding one. We’ll follow the Senda de Camille through forests and mountains. We’ll ascend the Achar de Alano or Paso Taxeras and Collado de Lenito Bajo.
Distance: 23 kms. Elevation gain/loss: +1,640/-1,600m.
We’ll go from Gabardito to Lizara. There’s the option to ascend Mount Bisaurín.
Distance: 9.6 kms (or 14 with the ascent). Elevation gain/loss: +693/-536m (+1,070/-940m with the ascent).
Make sure to bring:
-30 liter backpack
-Long pants for hiking
-Food and 2 liters of water
-Flashlight and bateries
-Extra change of clothes.
If you wish to organize a private trip, just let me know in your message.
My name is Vicente Reyes and I am an accompanying mountain guide or also called a Sports Technician in high Mountain qualified by the CFEM de las Rozas (Madrid) in 2016 and also holds the first level of Technician / guide titled in 2015 by EMAM (Madrid High Mountain School) and also associated with the AEGM (Spanish Association of Mountain Guides) with membership number 1073.
As you can see in each of our excursions, I am a big fan of the mountains, I love to breathe fresh air, enjoy nature in all its splendor, and escape from the stress of big cities, and consequently this love for nature and the mountain took me to get my degree as a mountain guide that I currently own.
I love being able to teach people what nature offers us, what we sometimes have so close to our homes, places so incredible that we do not imagine that they exist within a few kilometers, and also teach to respect nature and take care of it as she does do with all of us.
Among my other hobbies you can also check in our trips that I am a great passionate about meteorology and climatology, a hobby that as a mountaineer always comes in handy to foresee possible changes of time in advance.
Without more here I leave this little presentation about me and I hope we will see each other soon learning and sharing a nice time on the mountain. You will not regret it !!
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