Pyrenees wildflower quiz

Springtime is upon us and alas we can’t get out to see the first flowers of the seasons in the mountains.

We know that many of you, like us, are missing the wildflowers. So let us bring the flowers to you in the form of our Pyrenees wildflower quiz. Text yourself and see how much you know about the flora of the Pyrenees!

If you like you’re wildflowers, we’ve a lovely wildflower gallery for you to take a look at.

Enjoy the quiz, share it with your friends, have a good Easter and we hope you are all keeping well and safe. Hoping that soon we’ll be out in the mountains again, enjoying the scenery and the flora with all of our guests!

Phil and the Hike Pyrenees team.

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Gallery of the spectacular butterflies and moths we have in the Pyrenees


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