About the destination
The Sobrarbe-Pirineos Geopark sits at the heart of the southern slopes of the Pyrenees, in Huesca. The area is known for its rock strata and geological features that tell the story of the Earth and its geological eras. There are 30 self-guided routes in the Geopark connecting with the Geo Route footpath network to enjoy by foot. There are also over 30 marked cycle trails with interpretative panels to learn about the landmarks and diversity of the area.
The region is also of great ecological significance, highlighting the Monte Perdido glaciers, the Posets-Maladeta Natural Park, the Guara Sierra and Canyons Natural Park and, especially, the Ordesa and Monte Perdido National Park, declared a world heritage site and Human Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO.
The Sobrarbe-Pirineos Geopark is well-known for its exuberant nature and forests, perfect for guided walking, hiking and trekking. You can join a guided forest immersion experience with our local hosts to relax, connect with the energy of nature and reinvigorate yourself with the different smells, sensations and sounds of the forest.
If you prefer jumping into action, join a guided trek through the circular route over the Pineta Valley – it is at its best in autumn although you can do it during most part of the year. At the foot of the famous Monte Perdido, the valley is one of the most beautiful in Spain thanks to its colourful beech forests where large waterfalls and watercourses are camouflaged and emerge.
For further information and bookings
You can live this experience together with our local ecotourism host. Please enquire to Ecoagrotours on +34 647 582 954 or by email at email@example.com to check availability and your preferred dates.
This experience is part of the 2022 Ecotourism Escapes Brochure (only in Spanish)
The Ecotourism Club in Spain groups together destinations and companies which guarantee, by fulfilling a series of requirements, their commitment to conservation and local sustainable development. That is why it has created its own brand “Ecotourist in Spain” and the website www.ecotouristinspain.com, where you can find protected areas, accommodation and companies which offer their tourism services, as well as experiences and activities committed to the preservation of the area in which they take place.