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Reach 5 peaks above 3000m and get the Pirineista Stamp, given by Edurne Pacaban the first woman to climb the 14- eight thousands highest peaks of the world.

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A challenging hike and a perfect place to begin your quest to reach the summits of a few mountains, if you want a challenge, the Pyrenees is a great place to start.

Arrival at Barcelona Airport. Private transfer will be arranged to take you to your hotel in Vielha. Once you’ve checked-in, there will be a briefing and a meeting with your guide.
Our experience begins by trekking the central massif of the Pyrenees, in the Salenques Valley. This route follows the river with the same name, followed by a forest filled with beautiful beech trees. Along the way we will be able to see amazing waterfalls. We will reach the Llauset mountain hut, a modern refuge in the Pyrenees.
Our first great climb will be the Tuc de Culebres, and with the help of a rope we will pass the peak of Vallibierna, making this day one of the most amazing ones with two great peaks. From here, we will head down to the Coronas mountain hut where a private transfer will be waiting for us and take us to the “Chamonix” of the Spanish Pyrenees, a small charming town called Benasque, where we will spend the night
On the fourth day we will climb until the town of Eriste, where we will have the opportunity to start one of the most emblematic routes of the Pyrenees. We will spend the night at the Angel Orus refugee, but before getting there we will ascend the peak El Posets (3375m)
On this day we will not reach any summit, we will head north-east from the refugee and throughout the day we will see lots of beautiful mountain lakes, and walk until we reach our next stop: Estos Mountain Hut, where we will be spending the night.
Our last day on the most emblematic route of the Pyrenees, and to finish this route, we propose to get to the summit of one of the biggest massifs of the Pyrenees, the Perdiguero peak (3218m). We will spend the night in Benasque.
For our 7th day, we proposed a more relaxed hike, so we can rest up for tomorrow. During this day we can walk and visit the Benasque Natural Park and learn a little bit of its history before heading up to the Renclusa Mountain hut where we will be spending the night.
Aneto, one of the most well known peaks of the Spanish Pyrenees, it still has one of the few glaciers we have in the peninsula. Its climb can be a little demanding, but everyone who reaches the summit of this great mountain can say he is an experience Pyrenees hiker. After reaching the summit, we will head down to Renclusa Mountain hut an spend the night.
After climbing the most well known and demanding peaks of the Pyrenees, and getting your Stamp, it is time to head back home. A private transfer will be waiting for you to take you to Barcelona’s Airport, heading home with wonderful memories of the Spanish Pyrenees.


The ideal weather for this trip is September/October. The weather is not too cold or warm and is perfect for beautiful hike through the region. Ideally, we like to send out clients with the best weather and when its not too cold to hike. This will mean sunny warm days and chilly nights.



Upon leaving the city behind, we will be staying in tented camps throughout the hike until returning once again to the city. Our experienced guides and assistant guides will be taking every step to ensure your stay is as comfortable as possible, from the delicious and fresh food to the camping areas we will be sleeping at.



During the hike, you will have 3 meals, all energy based to help give you the required nutrients for hiking around 7-8 hours a day.



You need to have hiked before at least once as this is not an easy journey! Hiking for 7-8 hours daily on different terrains, reaching 5 peaks in the span of 7 days so you need to be very physically fit with high endurance



Most of the hike is between 3000m and 4000m.



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    • Consultation on every aspect of the preparation including physical and mental
    • All public transports during the trip
    • All meals as mentioned in the itinerary (B=breakfast, L=lunch, D=dinner)
    • All accommodation on a double occupancy basis in comfortable hotels and mountain huts
    • Experienced English speaking guides.
    • All activities as mentioned in the itinerary.
    • Branded T-shirt


    • International flight to and from Barcelona 
    • Any additional food or beverage
    • Your travel and health insurance
    • Spain Visa fee
    • Tips and gratuities