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Winter sports fanatics, join me in this wonderful climbing trip to Monte Perdido in the Spanish Pyrenees! The 2-day expedition will be filled with adventures, challenges and fantastic views of unique landscapes.

The peak of the mount Monte Perdido is the third highest one of the mountain range.

We will ascend via its normal route and spend the night at Goriz hut.

As we are ascending, and due to the cold and wintery weather conditions we are going to need special equipment. These can be snowshoes and or crampon and piolets.

Our progression will follow the more traditional paths. We will first enter the Pradera de Ordesa, but advancing through the famous Senda de los Cazadores and Faja Pelay.

We will then reach the Circo de Ordesa, where we will encounter the well-known Cola de Caballo waterfall.

After that, we will still need to move upwards to the Clavijas de Soaso in order to get to the Góriz hut.

On the next day, we will carry out the proper ascent through the normal Barranco de Góriz route.

Afterwards, we will pass the Laguna Helada and from there upwards through the magnificent Escupidera.

Once we reach the Monte Perdido’s top you will have a great view of the Pyrenees, from the Posets to the Vignemale.

Our descent will be via the same route up to the hut and then through the end of the Cañon de Ordesa.

The whole trip will be guided and supervised by expert climbers, well acquainted with the area.

Although the trip is not extremely challenging, it is meant for people with previous winter climbing knowledge.

So hurry and sign up for this incredible and rewarding trip to Monte Perdido in the Pyrenees. I’ll we waiting for your contact. It will be a pleasure to be your guide and accompany you in this magic trip to the insides of the Spanish landscapes.

Price per person

1 Person175EUR

Price includes

  • Guiding fee
  • Accommodation
  • Personal equipment

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Góriz Hut

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Professional Climbers pay €165