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Hiking
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Subida contínua por una pista de tierra hasta llegar al valle que es espectacular. al final del valle, al pasar una pequeña casa, nos encontraremos una cascada.

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Fabrice Freyche reviewed Espes, Merendero la Muria
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Tony Allen reviewed Hunters Trail
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Hiking

Tough start, about a mile and a half straight up and then a gradual descent for the rest of the way. Spectacular views!!

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Sandra Camacho reviewed Ibones de Ordicuso
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Nature trips

el principio es durete, pero se suaviza. Ahí arriba te espera un paraíso

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Alex Iglesias reviewed Ibones de Ordicuso
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HikingRocky
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Es una subida un poco dura y constante hasta el final, pero merece la pena al llegar al destino.

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Antoine Le Clainche reviewed Pasarelas del Vero
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BackpackingFeeOff trailRocky
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attention, depuis avril 2019 vous devez vous aquiter d'un droit d'entrée de 4€ et ne pouvez faire le circuit que dans le sens des aiguilles d'une montre. cette randonnée est assez agréable. une fois la descente (assez raide et chaotique) vous arrivez en bas des passerelles. avant de vous y engager, remontez un peu la riviere sur quelques mettre pour y découvrir une immense grotte. si vous n'avez pas peur de vous mouiller les pieds, remontez la riviere jusqu'au pont. c'est magnifique et rafraîchissant. de la vous pouez remonter a alquezar par un sentier a flanc de falaise ou revenir sur vos pas afin de finir la randonnée des passerelles qui offrent de beaux panoramas. avant de remonter sur Alquézar, retournez vous et profitez d'un vue magnifique de la gorge surplombée par la ville.

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Patrick Elf reviewed Faja Racon
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HikingGreat!

Absolutely stunning views, beautiful waterfalls and forests. Thoroughly enjoyed the hike.

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HikingGreat!Off trailRockyScramble
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John Gimenez reviewed Embalsa de Pineta
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Hiking
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Pas top

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Francisco Rodriguez Alfaro reviewed Circuito Monte Perdido y Llanos de la Larri
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Hiking
First to Review

Muy bonito todo, desde el parking hasta las vacas pasando por las cascadas donde el agua se puede tocar

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Pablo Gutiérrez reviewed Camino del Chorro de Fornos
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Murray Dawson reviewed Faja Racon
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Hardik Joshi reviewed Salto de Escarrilla
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Hiking
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We completed this trail in August 2020. It was not too busy but definitely some company along the way. Easy-Moderately difficult with some nice views along the way

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Pablo Gutiérrez reviewed Camino del Chorro de Fornos
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Pablo Gutiérrez reviewed Camino del Chorro de Fornos
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Ornela Bardhi reviewed Cascadas La Sarra
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Ornela Bardhi reviewed Puente La Zoche desde Panticosa
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Hiking
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I'd recommend to take the scenic train from Panticosa to Cascada Salto de Tendenera and then hike back to Panticosa. Will not be disappointed especially since you can stop for a cold bath on the way.

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Rebekah Overdorf reviewed Pinares de Arguis
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Hiking
First to Review

Nice little route. The trail is a dirt road that is a bit rocky in the middle of the route, but the whole loop is also passable by car. It winds through the forest, but there is very little cover at all. Mid summer it was hot and sunny with little shade around midday.

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Gaston Gatto Suarez reviewed Lago Escarpinosa
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Hiking
First to Review

Sin duda el mejor paisaje que he visto de los pirineos en todo mi viaje hasta ahora después de 10 días!!

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Maksym Revutskyi reviewed Faja Racon y Faja de las Flores
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HikingRockyScramble
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One of the most fun adventurous hike in my experience (almost too fun). Do not know why it’s rated as “moderate”, because it is definitely hard. Mileage, elevation gain, plus short sections of class 4 and 5 climbing. There is a traverse section where I recommend bringing a harness to clip to the cables. I traversed without it, but I wish I had one (I’m a rock climber). Great views though! Trail is mostly easy to follow, but I found myself off-trail several times. Bring enough water or a water filter (there is a stream), and give yourself enough time to fully enjoy it

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Montvydas Klumbys reviewed Hunters Trail
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Hiking

Whooh, just finished this trek, was quite a challenge :D It recorded 20.5km actually but I think it was worth it, although it was tiring. Took us exactly 8h with stops to eat and take photos. The going up part was not as busy, although we did meet some people even through it was early morning. It's a bit steep but good because after you finish climbing up there is not much climbing left and you can simply enjoy the beautiful views. On the way back the terrain is easy so a lot more people were there.

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Fer Nandet reviewed Montanas Vacias
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Mountain biking
First to Review

Existe un lugar en España con una extensión que dobla a la de toda Bélgica, con una densidad de población similar a la de Laponia o las Highlands Escocesas, solo 6,99 hab/km². Es la Laponia Española. Así se conoce a la Serranía Celtibérica, que comprende territorios pertenecientes a 10 provincias (Teruel, Guadalajara, Cuenca, Soria, Zaragoza, Burgos, La Rioja, Segovia, Castellón y Valencia) y que representa un 13% de la extensión total de España.

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Montvydas Klumbys reviewed Faja Racon
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Hiking

Was a really beautiful hike, definitely recommend it! It's got mountains, a tiny waterfall and amazing views. It took us exactly 4h to finish it including the stops to eat and take photos. We walked clockwise and I would recommend the same as going down is less steep that way, plus the finish is flat which is very rewarding after the hike :D

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David O'Connor reviewed Faja de las Flores y Monte Perdido
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Hiking
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This is as good of a hike as one can ever go on. Truly one to remember the rest of your life, it has it all, high altitude narrow passes, beautiful vistas and a section in which you scramble up and around a sheer rock face using nothing but metal spikes hammered into the rock (I would highly recommend a harness for this section as there is no ground beneath you, and we were told by a local guide that it’s not uncommon for people to die on this section of the hike). Spanish signage and overall trail markers are pretty poor, which potentially causes you to go up wrong dead end paths (leaving you stranded on a cliff’s edge unable to retreat, don’t make the same mistake we did). If you can get over fears of heights and near death experiences, this hike is the best thing you’ll ever do outdoors. They don’t call this region of the Pyrenees the Grand Canyon of Europe for nothing, the views (and constant peril) will take your breath away. If you only have time for one hike in the Pyrenees, this is the one!!

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