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The meeting pointwill always be in Vielha and we will take public transport to get to the beginning of the route (unless you prefer to drive in your own vehicle).


The itinerary options, numerous, are:


1/2 DAY:

1. Naut Aran Villages and Valleys: Splendid scenes and beautiful churches most of them Romanesque.

Salardú / Unha / Bagergue / Arties / Garós / Montgarri-Bagergue / Valarties-Aiguamòg / Plan de Beret

2. Mig Aran Villages and Valleys: The central region of Val d’Aran territory counts with a large number of Romanesque and Gothic churches built in unparalleled locations that well worth a visit.

Escunhau / Betren / Vielha / Vilac / Bassa d'Oles-Gausach / Artiga de Lin / Varradòs

3. Baish Aran Villages: With a strong Occitan influence given its proximity to the neighboring country, the church of pure Romanesque Aranese style of Sta Maria de Bossòst stands out.

Vilamòs e Arres / Bausen / Canejan e Toran / Bossòst / Les

4. Gascon Region: Fascinating two villages in the bordering France. The first of them, very well known due to its vast thermal tradition and, the second, because of its impressive cathedral.

Banhères de Luishon / Sant Bertrand de Comenge

5. Pallars Village: Crossed by the Noguera Pallaresa river, this village is very unique. The narrow streets show the medieval remains.

 Esterri d'Aneu

6. Vall de Boí: Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, we will visit two of the most outstanding churches built a thousand years ago.




1. France: Lourdes / Val Louron

2. Ribagorça: Fascinating region that counts with some of the most beautiful places of the Central Pyrenees.

Aigüestortes-Vall de Boí / Estany de Sant Maurici / Roda de Isàbena / Valle de Benasque

3. Pallars: Tradition is united in these valleys, sometimes not considered of interest, and however of a very great beauty.

Valls d'Aneu / Vall Ferrera / Vall d'Assùa / Vall Fosca



1. Val d'Aran

2. Val d'Aran - Comenge(France)

3. Val d'Aran - Vall de Boí - Comenge


Family hike in Val d’Aran sightseeing the regions of Naut Aran, Mig Aran and Baish Aran.


  • Qualified Mountain and Culture Guide
  • Advices prior de start of the itinerary


Not included:

  • Transfers to meeting points and back
  • Snacks/drinks during the day


General Information:

  • It´s advisable to have the license issued by the Mountaineering Federation valid in the Pyrenees.
  • Hiking is an extraordinary pass time but it involves risks. Each member of this journey takes full responsibility of what could happen.
  • The mountain guide reserves the right to modify the program depending on weather conditions, group factor or any other cause that in his opinion may be decisive.
  • Hiking shoes
  • 15-20l. backpack 
  • Appropriate and confortable clothing
  • Windproof and waterproof jacket 
  • Cap
  • Sunscreen 50+





  • Lip balm 50+
  • Sunglasses 
  • 5l water
  • Snacks (sandwich, nuts, cereal bars,…) 
  • ID
  • Mobile





For the outdoor activity that you plan to be successful it is very important that it accommodates to your level, both physical and technical. Here we present some guidelines so that you can get an idea of what your level is according to the programs we propose. However, we recommend reaching to us so we can help you personally and adapt the program to your conditions.

Next Dates :

June to September


These itineraries are the perfect combination to discover and experience the beautiful valleys of the central area of the Pyrenees: Val d’Aran, Val de Boí, Ribagorza region, Pallars and Gascon Valleys. If the natural and scenic abundance is extraordinary, the cultural heritage of the area is not far behind. You will get to see remarkable Romanesque Churches, some of them built almost 1000 years ago, located in unparalleled mountain landscapes or in beautiful mountain villages of the numerous and wonderful valleys.

The options are limitless, of the desired duration and favorite itinerary.

Do not hesitate to consult us and we will inform you about all the fabulous routes that can be carried out.




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