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Val d’Aran: What to do when you get there?

An Atlantic valley in the middle of the Eastern Pyrenees, Val d’Aran has a territory filled with valleys and peaks that go over the 2000 metres above sea level. Due to its central location, the valley can be reached from Ariege, Aragon and Ribagorza.

This unique valley is home to the ski resort Baqueria Beret which is open since the 60’s. During winter its summits have a snow cape over them, allowing the practice of winter sports.

The resort is one of the best equipped ones in the Pyrenees, with 110km of ski slopes, a 7km Nordic ski circuit, a snowpark and over 32 lifts that will take you to some of the highest peaks.

In the summer, the highest mountains have endless tracks for Downhill Mountain biking lovers and countless paths fortrekking enthusiast.

With the Garonne River passing through, you’ll find incredible rafting descents and kayaking excursions around Val d’Aran. This allows travellers to see the valley from a different perspective and marvel at the panoramas of the Pyrenees.  

Another interesting activity is canyoning. There’s incredible ravines like Bausen, where you’ll find paths for beginners, intermediates and advanced. As well as via ferratas that can be done during all year. Some of the most famous ones are Vía Ferrata de Les, Vía Ferrata Poi d’Unha and Vía ferrata de Torre de Cledes de Les.

Don’t miss out in the opportunity to explore Val d’Aran, an incredible destination for adrenaline hunters! 

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Around Val d’Aran

Aneto
7 activities
Bagnères-de-Luchon
15 activities
Peyragudes
3 activities
Saint-Girons
1 activity
Castejon de Sos
2 activities
Llavorsí
9 activities
Rialp
3 activities
Saint-Lary-Soulan
37 activities
Sort
6 activities
Barbaruens
2 activities
Bielsa
8 activities
Sentenac-de-Sérou
1 activity
Ariege
49 activities
La Mongie
2 activities
Hospital, Huesca
1 activity
Escuain
2 activities
Pic du Midi de Bigorre
2 activities
Ordino
2 activities
Tarascon-sur-Ariège
11 activities
Barèges
6 activities
Andorra
14 activities
Bagneres-de-Bigorre
7 activities
Gèdre
4 activities
Hautes-Pyrénées
18 activities
Buerba
1 activity
Gavarnie
7 activities
Luz Saint Sauveur
5 activities
Mont-rebei Gorge
9 activities
Province of Huesca
33 activities
Valle de Bujaruelo
1 activity
Cauterets
7 activities
Broto
2 activities
Pyrenees
1 activity
Lourdes
9 activities
Bergua
1 activity
Province of Lleida
19 activities
Sierra de Guara
18 activities
Saldes
1 activity
Font Romeu
11 activities
Les Angles
3 activities
Laruns
10 activities
La Quillane
1 activity
La Molina
1 activity
Toulouse
9 activities
Ossau valley
11 activities
Belvianes-et-Cavirac
3 activities
Saint-Martin-Lys
1 activity
Pau
2 activities
Nuria
5 activities
Spanish Catalan Pyrenees
7 activities
Thuès-Entre-Valls
4 activities
Prades
15 activities
Mount Canigou
5 activities
Ansó
1 activity
Saint-Paul-de-Fenouillet
4 activities
Murillo de Gallego
11 activities
Valle de Belagua
1 activity
Pyrénées Orientales
26 activities
Pyrénées Orientales
26 activities
Termes
1 activity
Aude
11 activities
Castelsarrasin
1 activity
Alta Garrotxa
5 activities
Alta Garrotxa
5 activities
Buirgi
1 activity
Pyrénées Atlantiques
10 activities
Centelles
3 activities
Centelles
3 activities
Céret
12 activities
Prades (Spain)
2 activities
Albi
1 activity
Sorde-l'Abbaye
3 activities
Leucate
8 activities
Le Barcarès
7 activities
Argelès-sur-Mer
3 activities
Narbonne
20 activities
Girona
17 activities
Vilanova i la Geltru
3 activities
Dax
1 activity
Tarragona
15 activities
Sitges
1 activity
Barcelona
65 activities
Réserve Cerbère - Banyuls
3 activities
Cessenon-sur-Orb
1 activity

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Val d’Aran: What to do when you get there?

An Atlantic valley in the middle of the Eastern Pyrenees, Val d’Aran has a territory filled with valleys and peaks that go over the 2000 metres above sea level. Due to its central location, the valley can be reached from Ariege, Aragon and Ribagorza.

This unique valley is home to the ski resort Baqueria Beret which is open since the 60’s. During winter its summits have a snow cape over them, allowing the practice of winter sports.

The resort is one of the best equipped ones in the Pyrenees, with 110km of ski slopes, a 7km Nordic ski circuit, a snowpark and over 32 lifts that will take you to some of the highest peaks.

In the summer, the highest mountains have endless tracks for Downhill Mountain biking lovers and countless paths fortrekking enthusiast.

With the Garonne River passing through, you’ll find incredible rafting descents and kayaking excursions around Val d’Aran. This allows travellers to see the valley from a different perspective and marvel at the panoramas of the Pyrenees.  

Another interesting activity is canyoning. There’s incredible ravines like Bausen, where you’ll find paths for beginners, intermediates and advanced. As well as via ferratas that can be done during all year. Some of the most famous ones are Vía Ferrata de Les, Vía Ferrata Poi d’Unha and Vía ferrata de Torre de Cledes de Les.

Don’t miss out in the opportunity to explore Val d’Aran, an incredible destination for adrenaline hunters! 

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