Multi-adventure and local cuisine in Huesca, Spain

Cecilia, AEGM-certified mountain guide, wants to take you on this 8-day multi-adventure and local cuisine program in Huesca, Spain!




Trip Duration

8 days

Mountain Range


People per Guide

Trip Level


Offer Period

Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep

Type of Trip

Not specified



    Join me on this multi-adventure and local cuisine trip in Huesca, Spain and discover the unknown Spanish and French culture and nature!

    Huesca is one of the less populated Spanish provinces of the country, and one of the richest in nature, medieval places and gastronomy. Located in the North East of Spain and in the border with France, it’s villages are full of stories about witches, smuggling, and heroic tells.

    My proposal is to join me on a week full of new discoveries by travelling through the beautiful province of Huesca in Spain and the Aure Valley, in France. Surrounded by the highest mountains in the Pyrenees, participants will discover the hidden limestone and granite canyons in the lower parts of the valleys.

    During this 8-day multi-adventure program, participants will be able to do some rock climbing in the charming municipality of Las Peñas de Riglos, in Spain as well as in the beautiful Cap De Long, in France.

    So if you are ready to do some rock climbing, explore the nature and culture of this beautiful place while enjoying the delicious local food of these two amazing countries, request to book this trip and prepare to have an experience of a lifetime!

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    Price per person

    Group of 1
    8580 EUR

    Group of 2
    4290 EUR

    Group of 3
    2860 EUR

    Group of 4
    2145 EUR

    Group of 5
    2035 EUR

    Group of 6
    2035 EUR

    Group of 7
    1925 EUR

    Group of 8
    1925 EUR


    Price includes

    • Guiding fee
    • Accommodation
    • Transport during the trip
    • Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
     Drinks not included.


    • Day 1Zaragoza Airport or train station - Huesca

      Arrival to Zaragoza Airport or train station. Transfer to Huesca. Visit to the old town and then have a welcome dinner.

      Sleep in Huesca

    • Day 2Riglos - Jaca

      Visit to Riglos. Climbing half day or ferrata, depending on the physical level. Transfer to Jaca. “Tapas” dinner.

      Sleep in Jaca

    • Day 3Ferrata Sorrosal - Ainsa

      Ferrata Sorrosal in the morning. Then transfer to Ainsa. Take on the road between Torla and Ainsa pass through some old abandoned villages. Visit to the old medieval town and the Castle.

      Dinner in “Callizo”, that has a deli menu full of surprises, that shows, through gastronomy some tales and history of the area.

      Accommodation in Ainsa

    • Day 4Canyon Viandico - National Park, Pineta Valley - Parador De Pineta

      Canyon Viandico or Miraval (4 h.) Transfer to the National Park, Pineta Valley, lodgment in Parador De Pineta.

      Afternoon free time.

    • Day 5Canyon Barrosa - Saint Lary (France)

      Canyon Barrosa (4 h).

      Transfer to Saint Lary (France). French dinner consisting in Raclette and Fondue.

      Accommodation in Saint Lary

    • Day 6Cap De Long( France) - Alquezar

      Morning: Rock climbing in Cap De Long( France). Perfect granite with amazing view.

      Transfer to Alquezar.

    • Day 7Alquezar - Huesca

      Visit of the mediaeval Alquezar Village, with its beautiful limestone walls. Visit and tasting of local wine and cheese in a winery which are made from the vineyards of the zone.

      Transfer to Huesca.

    • Day 8Last day!!!

      Transfer to the airport or train station of Zaragoza.


    Other details

    Skill level required

    First time

    Fitness level required



    About the Guide


    Rock climbing and canyoning guide since 1995, with experience in teaching future rock climbing guides. She led the Spanish female alpinism team and now guides and teaches in the Pyrenees, where she lives.

    As a pro climber, Buil has a stellar high-peaks resume with expeditions to places like Pakistan, the Andes, Greenland, Alaska and Patagonia, but is also a gifted big wall climber, having climbed El Capitan a dozen times and established landmark climbs on Mexico’s massive monolith El Gigante. She also specializes in ice climbing, having climbing and opened new routes in each continent. She is sponsored by Patagonia, Petzl, Boreal, Saint Lary and Huesca La Magia.



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