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4 days in hotel: 261,70 euros per person
4 buffet breakfast
4 dinners with daily menu in our restaurant El Fogaril
5 starters and 5 main courses to choose, dessert, bread and wine DO Somontano
Ski pass sale at reception desk
4 Days in hotel
Standard double room
Daily menu dinner with Somontano wine
When snow melts, an explosion of green with colourful flower splashes takes place, and meadows turn into a symphony of smell and colour. This is how springtime comes to the Valley of Benasque, unveiling its mountains to visitors and so making it possible for a large number of activities to be available.
Originally, climbing was considered an activity derived from mountaineering. It consists of going up steep walls of rock using physical and mental strength, with the help of climbing anchors placed on the walls for security.
Ascend a route which ranges from vertical to horizontal, equipped with several kind of climbing gear: anchors, nuts, climbing holds, cables, chains, hanging bridges, and rope slides, all of them will allow you to get safely where hikers or non-climbers find it hard to reach.
Canyoning consists in following a natural water course carved in bedrock stone in which we can find water falls, water slides, abseils, pools, etcetera. Commonly being water flows, some of them are dry. An appropriate technical gear is needed in order to hike down them.
Rafting is an outdoor activity consisting in paddling an inflatable raft, kayak or canoe down a rapidly moving river. It can also be done using a hydrospeed.
Inside the natural park of Posets-Maladetas and its surroundings you will find a large number of signposted trails that will let you approach the nature of the Valley.
Climbing the peaks
The Central Pyrenees have the greatest concentration of "three thousands" (10.000ft peaks); there are around 60 peaks higher than this, in addition to lots of two thousands with dramatic views of the Valley.
Hiking to the "ibones"
"Ibón" is the term used in Aragon for the lakes that have been carved in the mountains by the glaciers, usually located above 2.000 meters (6.000 feet).
Mountain bike routes
The low and medium domains of the mountains surrounding the Valley have everything you need to satisfy your expectations: peace, enjoyable landscapes, and the possibility to hike long distances in a single journey. There is an extended network of signposted mountain bike trails. Benasque is renowned for its steep slopes and high biking trails.
Due to its varied rock formations and singular characteristics, the Valley of Benasque is home to more than 100 unique botanical species, besides a range of animals like birds and herbivores that can be seen in their natural habitat. On top of that we can find lots of edible mushroom species. You will also find breathtaking landscapes to take pictures of.
Many of you would have already taken your winter clothes out of your wardrobes and, amongst them, your mountain and snow gear. That's the right thing to do, as the cold weather is here again and, along with it, Christmas lights and winter sports.
Skiing is the king of winter sports, and the Valley of Benasque can offer anything a ski enthusiast could think of: alpine skiing at Cerler ski resort, cross-country in LLanos del Hospital, freeride, Telemark, and backcountry skiing.