Pyrenean High Route 7-day guided trek

Join AEGM-certified guide Pako across the emblematic points of the Pyrenees on this 7-day trek that is ideal for those seeking a refreshing mountain challenge.




Trip Duration

7 days

Mountain Range


People per Guide

6 people

Trip Level


Offer Period

May, Jun, Jul, Aug

Type of Trip

Not specified



    Test your trekking skills as we ascend the Pyrenean High Route, which demands a good deal of endurance given the lineal route through the Pyrenees range.

    Stretching from the Atlantic to the Mediterranean coast, we will be mostly transiting along the main axis of the mountain range, away from the trails.

    During our trek we will keep to the outskirts of the wonderful crests and peaks, enjoying the stunning views along the way surrounded in a magnificent mountain environment.

    In the 7-day journey, experience the section of the Pyrenean High Route that stretches from the Ordesa National Park to the Posets-Maladeta Park. This way we can unite the incredible landscapes where the 3 highest peaks of the Pyrenees stand: Monte Perdido, Posets and Aneto.

    Due to the demanding level of this trek, participants are expected to have good fitness. 

    Reserve your place now for a challenging 7-day trek to the heights of the Pyrenees as we cross from the natural parks of Ordesa to Posets-Maladeta.

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    Price per person

    Group of 1
    800 EUR

    Group of 2
    440 EUR

    Group of 3
    315 EUR

    Group of 4
    255 EUR

    Group of 5
    220 EUR

    Group of 6
    195 EUR


    Price includes

    • Guiding fee


    • Day 1Trek to Gavarnie

      From the Bujaruelo refuge we trek to Gavarnie, before stopping at the Espuguettes refuge.

    • Day 2Estaubé valley

      From Espuguettes refuge we trek to Estaubé valley and rest in the Héas village.

    • Day 3Trek to Barrosa

      From Héas we trek to Barrosa and rest at the Parzán refuge.

    • Day 4Trek to the Urdiceto valley

      From the Parzán refuge we trek to the Urdiceto valley and rest at the Viadós refuge.

    • Day 5Trek across the Estós massif

      From the Viadós refuge we trek across the Estós massif, before resting at the Estós refuge.

    • Day 6Trek the Perdiguero massif

      From the Estós refuge we trek to the Perdiguero massif. Later we retire at the Renclusa refuge.

    • Day 7trek to Tuc de Moliéres

      From the Renclusa refuge we trek to Tuc de Moliéres, before resting at the Vielha refuge.


    Other details

    Skill level required


    Fitness level required



    About the Guide


    I try to do things differently, I do not like boxes. I have lived in the corporate world, in a caravan, working as an au pair, a frustrated travel photographer and a Spanish teacher in Denmark. Travel backpacking from Spain to Vietnam for a year and travel the length of Chile on my mountain bike.

    Always in love with travel, I have been working for the outdoor industry since 2008 traveling the world in more than 30 countries. I love to guide and share my experience and mountaineering skills with other lovers of remote and isolated destinations, far from crowded mountaineering centers. When I'm not working or in the mountains you can find me playing the Spanish guitar sitting on the porch of my house sharing the sunset with my lovely girlfriend.




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