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Haute Route Pyrenees and Aneto

Haute Route Pyrenees and Aneto Overview

COUNTRY: Spain
MAX. ALTITUDE: 3404m
CATEGORY: Trekking
DIFFICULTY:
P2
T2


There are three Grandes Randonnées that span the length of the Pyrenees: the GR10 in France, GR11 in Spain, and the Haute Route, the toughest, which traverses the peaks and ridges along the border at the highest altitudes the mountains have to offer.

Whilst the entire Haute Route is a six week walk, we take a week to trek the highest and most spectacular section of the trail from the Val d’Aran in Catalonia to the Benasque Valley in Aragon, where crystal clear mountain streams tumble down the steep slopes into pure blue lakes and where crossing high mountain passes gives us a new and spectacular view onto ever expanding mountain vistas.

Our final objective on this trek will be an ascent of Pico Aneto, the highest mountain in the Pyrenees, and although we require crampons to traverse the glacier it is not a technical climb with the final summit bid an exhilarating scramble across a ridge for formidable views across the whole of the range. Days will be long and the walking challenging, but at night we’ll be staying in comfortable refuges and we will be rewarded with spectacular views.
 
 
 
 

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