Guided walking holidays
Our guided walking holidays show you the best the region has to offer. We organise routes, accommodation, meals and transport leaving you free to relax and enjoy your holiday.
Our guided tours are all graded so that you can choose either a gentle or strenuous holiday to suit your level of fitness. On our dual level holidays you can choose from an easy or harder option each day and these are a very popular option.
With our intimate knowledge of the area, we take you straight to the most beautiful spots, many of which are off the beaten track and often we’ll have the mountains to ourselves.
We specialise in small group holidays –
We’re passionate about the area and love showing people the best there is to see –
We have a small team of qualified guides. All of our walks are led by experienced, qualified mountain guides or leaders. Phil, Ken and Hannah are qualified International Mountain Leader and Phil, the owner of the company, leads many of the walks himself. Read more about us and our guides.
Dual level guided walking holidays
On our dual level holidays we offer two walks each day – an easier and a harder option. Simply choose each morning which walk you’d like to join.These holidays are really popular and perfect if you would like to do one or two harder hikes but not on every day or if you are a couple who have different fitness levels.
Single level guided holidays – grades to suit all hikers
Relaxed days in alpine meadows with plenty of time to take in the fantastic scenery surrounding us. Perfect for nature lovers. Our Lakes & Valleys is based in the central Pyrenees, our Canyons of Aínsa in the eastern of Ordesa National Park while Riglos & Alquezar is based in the Sierra de Guara which is great for hiking in April and May.
If you like challenging walking these are the holidays for you. Big ascents each day get us into some great high mountain terrain. Our Peaks & Passes holiday tackles some of the fantastic peaks in the Valle de Tena. While our Refugio Week covers a section of the famous GR11 passing through the Ordesa National Park and summiting Monte Perdido – the highest peak in the area.