Peyreget 1-day ski touring route, Spanish Pyrenees

UIMLA certified mountain leader Raul takes you from Portalet to the Peyreget peak. Enjoy a fabulous ski touring adventure in the Pyrenees!




Trip Duration

1 day

Mountain Range


People per Guide

6 people

Trip Level


Offer Period

Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, Dec

Type of Trip

Not specified


  • Discover a fabulous powder snow route in the Pyrenees.

  • Improve your ski touring skills with an expert

  • Enjoy breathtaking views of Midi d’ossau and its surroundings


The route from Portalet to Peyreget peak (2,483m) is one of the best areas for ski touring in the Pyrenees. This is your chance to try an awesome powder adventure under expert guidance. Join me!

The Pyrenees mountain range forms a natural border between Spain and France. This chain of mountains extends for around 490km from the Bay of Biscay to the Mediterranean Sea. Great deep-blue lakes and amazing high passes, gaves, cirques and waterfalls make up the stunning landscape of this region. 

This ski touring day trip starts in Portalet, a mountain pass (1,794m) which connects the Ossau and Tena valleys. It is is accessed from the ski resort of Formigal and offers stunning untracked terrain for skiing!

The circular route to Peyreget requires some powder skiing experience and a good fitness level. However, you will be highly rewarded, while skiing on top-quality snow we will enjoy breathtaking views of the Midi d’ossau, Balaitous and other beautiful mountains nearby!

So, if you are up for an unforgettable ski touring day tour in the Pyrenees, please contact me. Let’s explore the Portalet route and try its awesome powder snow!

I also offer a ski touring trip in the Cantabrian Mountains: check it out!

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Price per person

Group of 1
250 EUR

Group of 2
150 EUR

Group of 3
120 EUR

Group of 4
90 EUR

Group of 5
90 EUR

Group of 6
90 EUR


Price includes

  • Guiding fee
  • Personal Insurance
 Not included: transfers, lifts, meals for participants and guide.

Other details

Skill level required


Fitness level required


Meeting point


More info

Equipment Needed: 30 / 40L Backpack with ski holder - Crampons and ice axe - Helmet -

Cross-country skis - Cross-country ski boots - Seal skins - Blades - Poles - ARVA, shovel and probe - Sunglasses and goggles - Hat - 2 pairs of gloves - Fiber or feather jacket - Waterproof / breathable jacket (Gore-tex) - Long mountain pants - Water and energy food for the day - Front headlight and replacement batteries - Sunscreen


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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