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Extra snowshoeing holiday dates

Snowshoeing holiday: 7-14 March

I’m delighted to say that our first snowshoeing holiday dates have been really popular and already full.

We’ve several other people that would like to come, so we’re running a second holiday on the 7-14 March. The holiday will be based in Sallent de Gallego at Hotel Almud which is the heart of the Pyrenees, surrounded by high peaks.

Snowshoeing under blue skies with Pico Anayet in the background

Winter is a magical time in the mountains. The scenery looks spectacular under a blanket of snow and you are surrounded by silence and tranquillity. Snowshoeing is a fantastic way to discover this magical landscape. Snowshoeing is brilliant fun and requires no previous experience or technical skills – if you can hike you can snowshoe! We’ll teach you all the techniques you need to know during your stay.

Routes will be fully guided and we’ll show you some of the best winter routes in the Pyrenees. We’ll explore both the Spanish and French Pyrenees, snowshoeing on both sides of the border.

We’re offering this holiday as either a full 7 night holiday with 5 days snowshoeing and a rest day, or as a 4 night holiday with 3 days snowshoeing.

Snowshoeing from Portalet on the Spanish-French border

No previous snowshoeing experience is required for this holiday, just a reasonable level of hiking fitness and a desire to enjoy the mountains in winter!

Why not come and join us and see for yourselves just how beautiful the Pyrenees are in winter.

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