Hiking, organized excursions with guide.
Come closer to the most authentic Andorra with one of the 7 mountain routes that we propose you. Half-day excursions (3 hours), suitable starting from 8 years old.
If you want to discover the best of the mountains of our Principality, you cannot miss these trekking tours with guide. A different excursion every day of the week so you can plan your summer holidays in Andorra. You can choose if you want to go out in the morning (at 10:00) or if you prefer to sleep a little bit more and get going in the afternoon (at 3:00 p.m.).
Until mid-September, these are the routes that we offer you:
• Montmalus LLac
• Bosc de Moretó
• Ríu Valira Oriental
• Llac del Cubil
• Tres Estanys
• Antenes Port d´Envalira
• Pic Negre.
If you want to know the nature of Andorra, you only have to choose your trekking route and pack comfortable clothing and sport or mountain footwear, as well as booking them at the hotel reception or by e-mail before your arrival (to ensure your place in the group).
Oh, and do not forget your camera and your cell phone”
There will be thousands of landscapes that you will want to share!
We show you unique corners of Andorra with our certified mountain guide.
Among all the mountain excursions in Andorra, here are three routes with very different characteristics:
- The Juclar route: intense and beautiful
- The lakes of Pessons: magic and accessible
- The Camí del Gall: easy and ideal for families
The route to the largest lake in Andorra, El Jucar.
Its more than 50 acres and its deep blue waters make this route a unique itinerary, magnificent for impressing any mortal being. You will see some Egyptian vultures flying above you, relatives of the vulture, and if you look carefully you will find an alpine clover. The trail begins very near the Piolets Park & Spa Hotel, at km 3 of the Valle de Incles road (42° 36’ 7",1° 41’ 13").
Lake of Pessons
The route takes us to the various lakes that form the old glacial cirque of Pessons, the largest granitic cirque in Andorra. The itinerary begins in Cubil in Grau Roig (42° 31’ 54",01° 41’ 51"). In a landscape full of streams, cliffs, nameless lagoons and interconnected lakes, you will readily hear birds and you might see marmots. It is a two-hour-long route for experienced walkers.
The Camí del Gall
It is an easy route marked by a red cockerel. Ideal for families. It starts at the car park next to the Canillo cable car (42° 33’ 56",1° 36’ 6") and ends in the village of Soldeu. Take the bus to Canillo to return. The trail, which is about 2h 20 min long, crosses an amusing Tibetan bascule bridge.
In winter, you can walk along some of these routes on snowshoes. Moreover, if you are passionate about engines you can discover incredible mountain sceneries in Grandvalira with snowmobile tours.