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Best trails in Aragon

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Trying to find the best Aragon trails? AllTrails has 413 great hiking trails, mountain biking trails, trail running trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails around Sallent de Gállego, Benasque or Torla-Ordesa, we've got you covered. Gearing up for a challenge? There are 184 hard trails in Aragon ranging from 0.8 to 341.7 miles and from 725 to 11,020 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!
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#1 - Hunters Trail
Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park
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Length: 11.4 mi • Est. 7 h 2 m
This is a very interesting and beautiful route thanks to its impressive views of the entire Ordesa valley and its immense waterfalls such as El Cotaruelo. This route is not very difficult to do although it is dangerous if it is raining or covered with snow. Hikers can choose to drive to the trailhead or take a bus from Torla. After arriving at the parking lot, cross the Arazas River and take the road to the right. You will begin on a not too difficult ascend. After climbing for a while, you will reach Calcilarruego's viewpoint, where you have beautiful views of the Ordesa Valley. Follow the route (GR-11) until 3 Sorores (Cilindro, Monte Perdido and Soum de Ramond). You will slowly descend to the valley, reaching a crossroad. Go straight, the deviation to the right will take you to the Góriz Refuge. You will eventually see beautiful waterfalls on the Arazas river. Turn left at the Cascades del Estrecho and la Cueva, then return along the north side of the river.Show more
#2 - Aneto Peak
Posets-Maladeta Natural Park
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Length: 8.5 mi • Est. 6 h 43 m
The Pico de Aneto is located at 3404 meters above sea level, which makes it the highest peak in the Pyrenees region and the third highest peak in all of Spain. It is located in the Spanish province of Huesca, in the municipality of Benasque, within the Posets-Maladeta Natural Park, just south of France. The north side of the mountain is home to the Pyranees glacier. If you like camping in nature, it is only allowed inside the Park in the high mountain modality, 500 meters from a refuge, from 8:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m. and over 2,000 meters high. Offline map recommended, as you will be on high mountain paths which are not always obvious, the path from Refugio Renclusa is particularly vague for a few hours. You will at some point be hiking on snow how much depends on when you go, but crampons and ice axe is essential. Get ready to walk in the snow and enjoy the adventure!Show more
#3 - Otal Valley from San Nicolás de Bujaruelo
Pyrénées National Park
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Length: 8.2 mi • Est. 4 h 17 m
The Otal Valley is a beautiful, although unknown, little treasure of the Pyrenees surrounded by mountains (Peña de Otal, Pico de Tendereña and Peña de Ordiso). The route is in good condition, well signposted and crosses a series of very beautiful meadows located on the river bank. You can see marmots, cows, wildflowers, meadows, along the small forests and the small stream of Otal. The route is simple, suitable for all levels. Its length must be taken into account, especially if it is done with children.Show more
#4 - Faja de las Flores y Monte Perdido
Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park
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Length: 20.9 mi • Est. Multi-day
The Flower Belt are vertical rocky walls formed by erosion over hundreds of thousands of years. It is one of the wonders within the Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park and within this same park you will find more hanging balconies of this type, although Las Flores is undoubtedly the most spectacular. Avoid doing this route in winter when it has snowed.Show more
#5 - Comodoto Peak via Espierba
Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park
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Length: 10.5 mi • Est. 6 h 13 m
This route begins in Espierba, a town in Huesca located 1350 m in the center of the Pineta Valley, in the Aragonese Pyrenees and ends in Pico Comodoto, at 2355 meters above sea level. This peak is known for being one of the most beautiful natural viewpoints in the entire Pyrenees. The trail is simple until you reach the Collado de Espierba and continue ascending to the top. When you arrive at the car park, you will come across a spectacular viewpoint where it is worth stopping for a few moments to contemplate the views. Then take the forest track, turn right and go uphill following the milestones.Show more
#6 - Posets Peak
Posets-Maladeta Natural Park
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Length: 9.5 mi • Est. 7 h 35 m
This route will take you to Pico Posets, the second highest in the Pyrenees located in the north of Aragon, in the province of Huesca, within the Posets - Maladeta Natural Park. This mountain it's not so popular like Aneto or Monte Perdido, because the tourist generally don't known about it, and the people who climb this mountain in summer are generally mountaineers. It is highly recommended that hikers wear stiff boots and carry an axe and a set of crampons, as particularly early on in the day, the snow will still be firm underfoot. No permits required. Show more
#7 - Lac de Pombie y Pic du Midi d’Ossau
Pyrénées National Park
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Length: 8.3 mi • Est. 6 h 12 m
#8 - Mallos de Riglos, Camino del Cielo and La Visera
Las Peñas de Riglos, Aragon, Spain
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Length: 2.9 mi • Est. 2 h 3 m
The rock formations of Riglos (also known as Mallos), located in the Aragonese Pyrenees in the region of Hoya de Huesca, are a spectacle of nature where the Griffon Vulture or the Bearded Vulture live among other endangered birds, in danger of extinction . The sunset view from Murillo and / or from the Mirador de los Buitres is recommended. The Mallos de Riglos are also a paradise for climbing lovers.Show more
#9 - Ibones de Anayet vía Canal Roya
Pyrénées National Park
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Length: 8.9 mi • Est. 5 h 48 m
The Ibones de Anayet are a group of glacial lakes located in the Tena Valley, within the Aragonese Pyrenees, in the municipality of Sallent de Gallego. The closest town is Formigal, famous in winter for its ski resort. From the foot of the mountains you can see both the Pico de Anayet (2,545m) and the Midi D'Ossau (2,884m), the latter belonging to the French Pyrenees. The route is about four hours, with slopes, rocky terrain and recommended to do in spring or summer.Show more
#10 - Ibón de Piedrafita
Parque Faunistico La Cuniacha
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Length: 4.4 mi • Est. 1 h 46 m
This is a brief route to one of the most accessible lakes in the Tena Valley. The access to the Piedrafita Icon is mostly made by a forest track cutting into traffic. If you go in the winter, remember to wear snowshoes. A beautiful and moderate hike.Show more
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