We offer you the possibility to know the National Park of Ordesa away from the traditional routes, walk along the spectacular Faja de las Flores and leave the park through the Añisclo Canyon. A unique experience
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Day 1 Nerín – Goriz mountain hut
Distance: 16 km
We start hiking in the morning from the town of Nerín (1,280m) to gain height progressively and reach the Plano de Balsa (1.800m). From here we begin to skirt a few of peaks along its left bank until reaching the Cuello Arenas mountain hut. We have lunch and then continue until we reach Collado Gordo (2.188m), the gate to the Ordesa Valley. From here the rest of the route runs uninterruptedly to the Goriz refuge (2,200 m), enjoying unique views of the erosion caused by the Arazas River during thousands of years working in the valley. Dinner and overnight at Goriz mountain hut.
Day 2 Circular Route (The Faja de las Flores)
Distance: 20 km
After breakfast we prepare for the day, a beautiful route that will not disappoint anyone. It runs through one of the best alpine landscapes that the Pyrenees offers. The first part of the hike will take us close to the Brecha Rolando, which we will see once we reach the Millaris pass. This curious geological event is a natural gap in the mountain to cross to the French Pyrenees. We continue our way and after passing the Salarons pass (2.531m), we will descend until we find the famous Faja de las Flores, a small path that offers the traveler sensations and unique views of the Ordesa Valley. After crossing the Cotatuero Cirque though the “faja” we leave it heading to the Esmoladera, and later to the Cuello de los Carabineros, from here we find the path that returns to the refuge Goriz. Dinner and overnight in Goriz.
Day 3 Goriz - Nerín
Distance: 19 km
We leave the Goriz hut following the GR-11 route, cross the Arrablo pass (2,343m) and then descend through the Fon Blanca ravine until reaching the footbridge at the bottom of the Añisclo Canyon, where we leave the GR-11. From here, the main character is the impressive valley, formed by the erosive action of the Bellós River on the limestone, creating a beautiful karst landscape.