This was well worth the drive and a great way to mix in some nature time while visiting the cities of Spain.
The park is beautiful. The valley and the mountains around are just stunning. It is worth hiking mountains around or at least hike the valley to the end where you will see the best waterfall in the valley.
we hiked Faja de Pelay and Faja Racon. They are both very easy to find from the parking area and very easy to follow. Faja de Pelay has a very long steep start but then flattens out to become just a beautiful nature walk along a cliff edge with stunning views across the gorge - eventually to Monte Perdido. The... More
This is one of the world's beauty spots, with tall cliffs, high waterfalls, and tumbling streams. The added bonus in late October was lots of fall color and rowan tree filled with red berries. A favorite with hikers, there's also a handicapped friendly walk along the flat portion of the valley just off the parking lot.
Beautiful area, well worth a visit. Walking areas are well signed and easy to follow routes. Don't need to be super fit to enjoy the area
Easily accessible from Torla (there are several busses running per hour and takes about half an hour to get to the park), the Ordesa is an amazing way to spend a day whilst in the area. The hikes are challenging and give you amazing views of the Ordesa valley. We did the Faja de los flores, which is a steep... More
The Ordesa National Park is beautiful. We stayed 5 nights in hotel Ordesa (Torla) and had 5 beautiful walks/hikes. There are easy walks and heavy walks.
If you only do the drive through the park, it will be worth it! You will want to get out though and take photos and one of the several hikes that are available. Fantastic! Easily can spend days exploring the park, although we only had a single day it is just enough to inspire us to return to spend more... More
The Grand Canyon of Spain, similar to the Nevada one but with trees at the bottom. Absolutely gorgeous. The 7 hour treck is worth it. lots of photographs.
A spectacular ride. Children (6 and 9 years old) loved it and did not show any fatigue. In summer advise to go asap. May be very hot and thus avoid the "crowds". Many waterfalls and the last is the most beautiful (Cola del Caballo). We saw a marmot, many butterflies and lilies.
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