Hiking around the Lacs d'Ayous

Sunny July, hiking in the Pyrenees

Once more we have reached the end of another busy and enjoyable month here in the Pyrenees and we really do need to ask our selves where has this month gone! It’s been fantastic to see familiar faces returning for their 2nd, 3rd or even 4th holiday with us and we’ve also got to enjoy the Pyrenees with many others. The flowers and in particular the blue iris through July have been stunning and the weather has been beautifully hot giving us the perfect reason to go swimming in the rivers and streams whilst out and about.

Below are some select photos of what’s been happening through July, if you’d like to see some more of our photo’s, visit our face book page – https://www.facebook.com/hikepyrenees

Valle de Tena explorer - This week saw Sarah back here on her 4th and Sally back on her 3rd holiday with us. Amongst other hikes we also took advantage of the uplift in Panticosa to get high into the mountains and also had a couple of forays into France.

Discover Ordesa – We had a busy week enjoying the hikes and views of Ordesa and the surrounding area, the blue iris were superb this week!

Western Pyrenees – Phil and Javier had a successful week hiking and guiding in the Western Pyrenees.

Picos de Europa - The Picos de Europa has always been somewhere we have been keen to explore so Ken and I went over for a week to research the area; it’s hiking opportunities and of course the restaurants! Next year Hike Pyrenees will be offering a dual level walking holiday in the Picos  – Keep a close eye on the website for dates and prices!

Refugio week – This month we also ran our Refugio trip which saw Ken, Arkaitz and Liz reaching the summit of the impressive Monte Perdido 3355m in Ordesa – Congratulations to them!

Via Ferrata in Riglos – Phil, Gustavo and Ken managed to get a sneaky day away investigating and enjoying a newly equipped via ferrata in Riglos. Looks like they had fun!

 

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