Walk the only Atlantic valley in the Pyrenees and allow yourself to be swept away by the magic of this spectacular landscape, with paths that leave a stunning impression of landscape, ecology, culture and history that’s hard to surpass.
From short, easy-going routes for all the family to tough climbs for those who love a challenge, you’ll find your kind of route in Vielha.
Among the Val d’Aran’s most easily accessible destinations, the Artiga de Lin valley is one also of its most beautiful and popular.Discover more
The Varicauba forest is one of the Val d’Aran’s natural treasures: a sprawling fir tree forest, extremely dense in some areas.Discover more
This is the only Aranese valley whose waters flow into the Noguera Ribagorçana, and also one of the largest beech and fir forests on the Iberian Peninsula.Discover more
An impressive waterfall at the end of the Varradòs valley, with spectacular views over the Maladeta range.Discover more
A pleasant, undemanding climb, rewarded by exceptional views towards the Aneto and Maladeta massif, as well as all the slopes of the Val d’Aran.Discover more
The Camin Reiau is based on the paths that once connected the different towns and villages of the Val d’Aran, and in ancient times were used by the Romans.Discover more
The forest track that provides access to the path that will leads to the Lac d’Escunhau can be picked up in Betren or Escunhau.Discover more
The Camino Natural del Pòrt de Vielha, revives a natural path that was once used as a transport route to connect the regions of the Val d’Aran and La Ribagorça.Discover more