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May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep
Type of Trip
The highest and mightiest mountain in the Spanish Pyrenees, Aneto (3,404m) is a fantastic peak. And the fact you can climb it in a single day only adds to its immense appeal.
Standing tall within the Posets-Maladeta Natural Park in the Spanish province of Huesca, in the region of Aragon, Aneto is incredible.
There are 3 routes we can take to the summit of Aneto. And while they all offer their own distinct sets of experiences and advantages, they do share the same reward: the exquisite views from the summit.
The first option is the normal route. This route goes from Besurta to Renclusa and Portillon Superior. This option will take approximately 12 hours with a 1,500 metre difference. The second option involves climbing on the mountain’s north face. We will go through the Coronas valley and head down to the south face to Aigualluts. Incredibly scenic, this option also takes approximately 12 hours. The final option takes 2 days, and involves a night in the comfortable La Renclusa refuge. It is a slower paced option that will give you twice as much time to appreciate the beauty of Aneto.
Each option of this trip will have some challenges, including going through a glacier, which will require the use of crampons, so you should have some prior climbing experience.
Climbing Aneto is an amazing journey. And despite the short time needed to accomplish this feat, the glory of it will stick with you for the rest of your life. So send me a request, and join me to the top of the highest mountain in the Spanish Pyrenees.
I also offer a rock climbing trip in Riglos, also located in the Spanish Pyrenees, as well.
Price per person per day
- Guiding fee
- Group equipment
What happens if I need to cancel the trip?
If you decide to cancel, you’ll get a 100% refund (minus fees) if the cancellation is notified up to 60 days before the start of the tour, a 75% refund (minus fees) if you cancel between 59 and 30 days before the start of the tour, and a 50% refund if you cancel between 29 and 21 days before the start of the tour. If you cancel less than 21 days before the first day of the tour, you won’t receive a refund. Take into account, however, that if accommodation, flights or transfers were included in the trip you booked, then a different policy may apply as the guide will be bound by the provider’s cancellation policy.
What happens if the guide cancels the trip because of bad weather/unsuitable conditions?
If bad weather or unsuitable conditions force the guide to cancel the trip, he or she will: a) propose a similar activity at a different place where conditions are better, or b) propose to postpone the activity until a later date, or c) cancel. If you refuse option a), our cancellation policy will apply. Please note, however, that the call to cancel a trip due to bad weather can only be made by the guide (not the client).
What happens if the guide doesn’t show up or cancels for personal reasons?
If the guide cancels for reason of injury or other, you will get a 100% refund on your trip.
In La Renclusa refuge for the 2-day option of the trip.
About the Guide
The story begins when your parents put you the skis when you are still wearing diapers, when you discover every summer the lakes of the Pyrenees, and after that you start going for the summits. When climbing and the feeling of freedom that comes with it gets you hooked, and there's nothing you can do about it.
It continues when you choose your career following the name: Technical Mountain Engineering, in Lleida, close to the Pyrenees, and you start working as a ski instructor during weekends. And year after year, trip after trip, run after run, you start getting together with young mountaineers, and closer to the formation as a mountain guide.
Expeditions, trips, some award and the constant formation and evolution are what built this long journey, which allows me to share the world that I love with others. And thanks to the works as a guide I can enjoy everything: the great moments that the mountain gave me, in the snow, rock or ice, and above all the moving feeling of realizing how small we are in the immensity of the summits.
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