Explore the most popular trails in Pyrenees Ariégeoises Regional Nature Park with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

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no shade
23 days ago

The climb to the pond Picot from the pond of Soulcem is very steep and exposed to the sun. A physical hike but that is worth it. If you want to continue to the Fourcat pond you must know that the continuation is very difficult between the rocky parts and the blocks at the top of the summit. For seasoned hikers.

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rocky
1 month ago

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1 month ago

best period april may june

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1 month ago

very good little hike to start the season. there are several mounted if you want more difficulty!

Gorgeous views throughout the entire hike! This is a hard hike, perhaps made more difficult by the fact that we did this during a heatwave. My 9 yr-old son managed to do the hike without too much difficulty. Some local hiking guides classify the level of difficulty of this hike as “medium” and that it can be done in 4.5 hrs. We are experienced hikers and completed it in 7 hrs, including a 30-minute break to dip our toes in the lake, a lunch break and stopping for photos (despite this, it would not have been doable in 4.5 hrs). There are 2 lakes on this hike (étang Roumazet and lac Soucarrane) and many waterfalls. We ascended by doing the étang Roumazet first, which is probably steeper but a better choice if you don’t like a very steep descent. I would do this hike again!

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no shade
4 months ago

offers a beautiful view of a large part of the Pyrenees. we recommend going through the crest on the return of the loop.

backpacking
11 months ago

Nice hiking in the forest, and the cascade is truly beautiful

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Wednesday, August 22, 2018

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Wednesday, August 13, 2014