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Hecho Valley

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Seafolly wrote a review Jul 2019
Australi98 contributions46 helpful votes
We took a drive into the valley when staying in Jaca. so close and easy to navigate and well worth the visit into this beautiful part of Spain. Gorgeous views, waterfalls and forest.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Brinylobster wrote a review Oct 2018
Auchterarder, United Kingdom1,449 contributions114 helpful votes
Loved this drive (I wasn’t driving!). Scenery stunning and the village charming and beautifully maintained as are all these villages.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Ella wrote a review Oct 2018
London, United Kingdom156 contributions10 helpful votes
I did only one hike in Hecho Valley, to Ibon de Estanes and definitely returning to these mountains very soon.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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David M wrote a review Jun 2018
Bristol, United Kingdom3,117 contributions556 helpful votes
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Incredible scenery and full of dramatic soaring scenery. Especially worthwhile is driving to the top of the valley and on the way visiting Boca De Inferno
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Date of experience: June 2018
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Jpgpvg wrote a review May 2018
171 contributions52 helpful votes
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This is a very rustic and totally unspoilt area of the basque Pyrenees. There is countless driving walking routes in the Roncal, Anso and HEcho valleys. There are very few non Spanish tourists which makes it really feel special . As well as walking there is cycling, x country skiing, kayaking and climbing. There are walks up to 2630 m and the birdwatching is just amazing with every kind of raptor seen easily ( inc bearded vultures) as well as many other mountain flowers and birds amongst a network of simple inexpensive Refugios and hotels. Go it’s amazing ! But don’t tell everyone !!:-)
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Date of experience: May 2018
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