Naranjo de Bulnes (2519 mt) south face ascent

Come with Raul, an AEGM-UIMLA-certified guide, on this 2-day south face ascent to Naranjo de Bulnes (2519 mt) in Asturias!




Trip Duration

2 days

Mountain Range

Cantabrian Mountains

People per Guide

2 people

Trip Level


Offer Period

Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep

Type of Trip

Not specified



    On this 2-day Naranjo de Bulnes (2519 meters) south face ascent, we will climb its most popular route: La Directa de los Martinez. 

    Naranjo de Bulnes, also known as the Pico de Urriellu is located in Picos de Europa National Park, and is one of the most famous Spanish mountains.

    This majestic rock giant has four faces but on this 2-day guided ascent we will choose to climb its south face through one of the easiest routes to the summit.

    It was in 1944 that Juan Tomás and Alonso Martínez reached the summit of Naranjo de Bulnes for the first time the summit and made it possible for intermediate climbers to reach the top of one of Spain’s iconic mountains.

    With a maximum grade of IV, this south side expedition is ideal for climbers who have some previous mountaineering experience and are ready for a new challenge.

    During our 2-day guided ascent we will spend one night at the Urriellu hut in order to make it to the summit in the best possible way!

    If you want to join me on this guided two-day ascent, request to book this trip!

    If you wish to take another route to the top of Naranjo de Bulnes, you can also join me on this Naranjo de Bulnes ascent via Cepeda Route.

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    Price per person

    Group of 1
    250 EUR

    Group of 2
    175 EUR


    Price includes

    • Guiding fee
    • Personal Insurance

    Other details

    Skill level required


    Fitness level required



    Urriellu hut


    About the Guide


    AEGM-UIMLA Guide from Spain

    I did my first steps as a mountaineer as a teenager in Madrid. But the desire to enjoy all the possibilities given by the mountains convinced me to move to Benasque valley, at the heart of the Pyrenees.

    Along the years I did several winter and summer activities not only in the Pyrenees, but also in Picos de Europa, Sierra Nevada, Sistema Central...

    One of my passions is to travel and discover new places and cultures, so I did climbing trips to other European countries, USA, Canada, Morocco, India, Nepal, Kirguistán... This trips gave me a priceless experience that made me grow as a climber, and set the stone to my formation as professional mountain guide.

    I now live in Cantabria, and usually guide both in summer and winter in the Cantabrian range.



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