Spend 2 amazing days climbing Aneto, the highest peak in the Pyrenees, with Roger, a local AEGM-certified mountain guide.
May - Sep
* Discover one of the most popular peaks in the Pyrenees.
* Admire stunning views of the surroundings from Aneto's summit.
* Take part in a non-technical route with a mountain guide.
Let me be your guide as you climb the highest peak in the Pyrenees. In the heart of the Maladetas National Park rises Aneto, 3404 m high. In France, this mountain is also known as Nethou.
Located in the region of Aragón, it is one of the most famous peaks in the Pyrenees, together with Monte Perdido.
It is a non-technical route with all the ingredients for an unforgettable experience. Once at the top, you'll get to enjoy unforgettable views of the surrounding mountains!
The Pyrenees offer options for climbers of all levels. From the easier ones, including Aneto, to more challenging ones, including Salenques-Tempestades and the Llosás' ridges. Don't hesitate to request more info on these.
Do you find the Aneto ascent interesting? Then please contact me and let's set a date for this fantastic trip!
- Accommodation included
- Guiding fee
- Transport during the trip
- Personal insurance
- Ice axe
Meeting at Benasque or Llanos del Hospital summer parking.
Transfer by car to Bersuta parking.
Hike up to Renclusa hut (2km, + 300m)
Dinner and accommodation at Renclusa hut.
Ascent to Aneto summit (3404m)
Descent to Bersuta
Transfer back to Llanos summer parking
15 km. +1300 -1600
Included in the price : Guiding fee, Gear (crampons, helmet, ice axe and harness), Half Board Accommodation Renclusa Hut, Insurance and the transfer from Llanos del Hospital Car park
Mountain boots, waterproof clothes.
What experience and how fit do I need to be to climb this mountain? Is this program suitable for children or older people?
Depending on the time of the year, and the presence of snow, it can be walking on snow and gentle slopes or dry terrain.
The last 100 m are across a Sharp Rocky ridge, which will be handled by the guide.
The ascent is around 1400 m from the hut.
How far in advance should I start training and what kind of training do you suggest?
Will I need to bring any technical equipment of my own? Is it possible to rent equipment, and if so, what would be the approximate cost of that?
The technical equipment is included.
Will there be porters to help to carry group and personal equipment?
How will accommodation and meals be handled on the mountain?
The warded hut, dinner, and breakfast are included. The bunk beds are in shared rooms
Are there any other special requirements such as permits/insurance/vaccines that we need to consider before the tour?
No, there aren't any special requirements.
What is the guide-to-client ratio to climb this mountain?
1 to 6.
What is the best time of the year to climb this mountain?
March to October
Can I join a group?
We offer no open groups.
What are some recommended accommodations near our adventure location?
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.
My resume has technical training 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!
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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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