Nature & parks in Aragon

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Nature & Parks in Aragon

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  • Sharon De Vylder
    1 contribution
    We went canyoning in Sierra de guara and it was amazing! We had a guide, Chur, who has 22 years of experience! He knows the canyons like he owns the place. I’m afraid of heights but he guided me so well, I had totally no fear during our trip! The views are amazing and I would totally do it again.
    Written August 9, 2021
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  • Jan Willem t
    Nijmegen, The Netherlands1,457 contributions
    We walked here a challenging trail, enjoying the exercise and the nature, partially still a lot of snow. The songbirds did their best and here and there we recognised the by boar tilled soil. Also a couple of black woodpeckers showed up. A splendid resgion with rugged mountains, brooks and snow mountains at the background.
    Written April 12, 2019
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  • Giuseppe G
    Milan, Italy120 contributions
    Fantastic park, very nice tracks and views. Good organized and not so busy also in August. Paradise for geologists. Very suggested!!
    Written August 11, 2022
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  • jackie l
    37 contributions
    this was a stunning walk - so beautiful and well laid out. I did it with my family (husband and 2 girls 12 and 14) and we walked for about 2 hours - we could have done more but had to be back to our apartment to check out. Glorious scenery and so well thought out. Not for the easily-frightened though, as some of the parts were a bit hairy in terms of height/climbing and some parts were very slippy (the rock face was well worn and therefore very slippy). Lots of shade too on a hot Spanish day. Lovely way to spend some time with teens! Wish we had brought a picnic.
    Written August 23, 2022
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  • ballyCardiff
    Cardiff17 contributions
    Wonderful walk from the first car park on road to Hospital de Benasque, across the floor of a glacial valley and then ascending about 700 metres to arrive at Portillon de Benasque at about 2,400 metres. Fantastic views of mountains and glacier, and rather than return on the same route you can continue to a small lake and then descend on a zig-zag to the valley floor. Those with the extra energy can first ascend a further 250 metres to the peak of Salbaguardia although there are some vertiginous drops and a degree of exposure (so not recommended if you suffer from vertigo)!
    Written September 4, 2019
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  • Viel
    Copenhagen, Denmark66 contributions
    The service of Beceite’s tourist office that administer the tickets is not very good. You have to buy tickets online in advance for both La Pesquera and el Parrizal. We did but got confused and bought both for the morning access. We saw first the Parrizal and arrived at the La Pesquera in the afternoon and asked if we could be allowed entrance. The place was empty but the y said no. We also asked at the tourist office of Beceite who also said no, we had to pay once again.
    Yes, it’s our fault that we got confused and bought both tickets for the morning. But a little helpfulness and letting us use our ticket in the (empty) afternoon visit would have been - helpful.
    Written July 28, 2022
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  • Elena B
    United Kingdom161 contributions
    Good way to spend a couple of hours. It was much larger than we expected, with a very well layer out route & all the information was in three languages ( Spanish, French & English)
    Written May 13, 2018
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  • TimPrice69
    Madrid, Spain23 contributions
    The natural park is well set out in a forest, with ample shade (very necessary in the summer). The animals are local to the region, so don't expect elephants, but they have bison, bears, lynx, wolves, as well as many others. Take into account that it's a 5km+ walk with some uphill sections, and no shortcuts. You can't eat food on the route as some of the animals are loose, but there is a picnic area half way round that also serves food and has toilet facilities. All in all a very nice experience, but don't get caught out by the length of the walk.
    Written August 23, 2022
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  • Claude M
    Vence, France792 contributions
    We spent a night at the nearby monastery and our stay included an entrance to the parc. We were delighted with how beautiful the setting is but also how extensive the parc and landscaping is. It felt like an oasis in the area.

    Take the time to walk through the parc, there is a lot to look at and appreciate.

    Lots of waterfalls
    Written September 22, 2022
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  • Angela K
    Huddersfield43 contributions
    We loved this park. Gorgeous water features, road train to save your tired legs, lots of trees to shelter or picnic from hot sun. We visited three times during our week in Zaragoza!
    Written August 30, 2022
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  • chris lloyd
    2 contributions
    Very enjoyable experience. There is a real connection with both Loli and Jose. My knowledge of the Spanish language was a limiting factor. I am an amateur ornithologist. Well worth a visit.
    Written August 12, 2022
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  • IrenaTF
    Madrid, Spain31 contributions
    Plenty of slopes of all levels, wonderful scenery, very well maintained. Good services including restaurants and bars.
    Written February 12, 2019
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  • AlbertSalichs
    Manresa, Spain10,137 contributions
    Peña Foratata is a Mountain located in the surroundings of Formigal, a little town in Aragonese Pyrenees, close tot the border with France. From the town, it is possible to arrive to the peak in 1h 30min-2h, really a fantastic excursion. We went there at sunrise and we could see it from almost the peak. A quite, very beautiful place, where doing a great hiking! Also during the walk, you can see very nice views of the surrounding mountains and the town.
    Written October 2, 2020
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  • HagChi
    Munich, Germany286 contributions
    We came to Nerin to see and hike this canyon after one week hiking in and around the Ordesa near Torla. This Canyon has quite different charateristics than the Faja trails in Ordesa. It is like a slot canyon cut through by a river. We started from the second parking after having entered the canyon from the side of Nerin. The hike is slightly less strenuous than in Ordesa, has shade most of the time (quite sunny and hot in July) and yet beautiful. We hiked until La Ripareta where we took a rest and soaked our feet in the chilling river. Then we continued until Pasarela Los Estrechos where there is another waterfall, a bridge and rocks to sit on. This second part was slightly more difficult than the first part, yet manageable if one is normally fit. It is not a circular treck. We decided to back track after rest point at Pasarela Los Estrechos.

    This canyon is less known and less touristic. However, we rate the hike higher than those in the Ordesa. The logistic of this canyon is also less convenient. If you enter from the side of Nerin by car, you have to park your car in the first parking and walk down the road for minimum 30 minutes to hike into the canyon at the second parking. The second parking can only be reached by car from the side of Vio. This main part of the canyon can be driven though but in one direction, from south to north. We found this arrangement very inconvenient. The way how it is "designed" confirms that it is not catered for mass tourism, unlike in the Ordesa. However, it is free of charge :-))
    Written July 16, 2019
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  • 188644Joe
    Brussels, Belgium214 contributions
    Awesome skiing resort for those who know how to ski very well but also for those who are just beginning to learn a bit anout skiing and snowboarding
    We come here very year and love it dearly
    Definitely need to check it out if you are into winter sports
    They also do ski classes, so bring your kids along too
    Written December 21, 2014
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