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Winter mountaineering in the Pyrenees: Peña Telera, Taillon, Aspe, Monte Perdido

Asier, AEGM-certified mountain guide, takes you to the summit of some of the most important peaks of the Pyrenees. Join him for one or several winter ascents!

Mountain RangePyrenees
Duration1+ day
Offer periodJan, Feb, Mar, Apr, Dec
Skill LevelAdvanced
Fitness LevelFit
Type of tripPrivate


  • Experience the thrill of winter mountaineering.

  • Climb one or several peaks of the Pyrenees.

  • Explore awesome alpine terrain.


 Are you looking for a thrilling winter adventure in the Pyrenees? Then I have the perfect tour for you: join me for one or several mountaineering ascents to Peña Telera, Taillon, Aspe or Monte Perdido!

The Pyrenees are a group of mountains  in southwest Europe that form a natural border between Spain and France. Stretching for about 490 km, and with more than a hundred over-3000m summits, this alpine region is a perfect destination for mountaineering.

This trip is your opportunity to spend one or several days climbing the North Faces of the Navarran, the Aragonese and the French sides of this mountain chain. These are our options:

Peña Telera (2,764m): Ascent to its summit by the Gran Diagonal, a popular and long route covered with snow.

Aspe (2,645m): The difficulty of its North Face route depends on the weather and the snow conditions.

Taillon (3,144m): Ice climbing and snow ascent on the west side of this mountain in the heart of the Pyrenees.

Monte Perdido (3355m): Glacier climbing to the top of the third highest summit of the Pyrenees, by its North Face.

Keep in mind that attempting these summits requires some previous experience in winter ascents (using crampons and ice axe) and a good fitness level.

So, are you up for amazing mountaineering ascents in the Pyrenees? Then contact me and choose one or several spots!

I also offer ski touring adventures in this same mountain range. Check them out here!

More info

Equipment needed: > Mountaineering boots > Crampons fitted to the boots > Long mountain pants > Leggings > Harness > 2 HMS safety carabiners > Security slyde > Sling (Multi chain or similar) > 2 pairs of gloves > 1 or 2 ice axes depending on the activity > Fiber or feather jacket > Waterproof / breathable jacket (Gore-tex or similar) > Sunglasses > Hat > Helmet > Headlight and replacement batteries > Sunscreen and lip protector > Medium backpack 30 / 40L > Water and energy food for the day. If you do not have something from the list, let me know a few days before so you can rent it.



About the guide

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AEGM Mountain Guide from Spain

Passionate for mountains since I was a kid, at 14 I started climbing in Atxarte (Vizcaya) walls, thanks to some friends. Later I discovered other activities such as canyoning, skiing and ice climbing, which allowed me to enjoy mountains both in summer and in winter.

I travelled around Europe, USA, India, Peru, Marruecos, among others, with the excuse of climbing some peak, wall, or doing some canyoning.

I've been a member of the 'Young Alpinists Technification Team' of the Basque Mountain Federation, and after gaining experience in all mountain disciplines I left behind my job as electronic technician to become a guide in order to pass on my passion and knowledge to others.

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Prices per person, per day

Group of 1

EUR 464 each

Group of 2

EUR 258 each

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Price includes

• Guiding fee

• Personal Insurance

Price details

• This is the price for Peña Telera and Aspe. There is an additional charge of 20 EUR per person for Taillon and Monte Perdido.

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