Autoguided Route
Pallars Fer

Des de: 645,00 

A route with beautiful landscapes and of great historical and cultural interest that runs through the Parc Natural de l’Alt Pirineu.

This route leads us through the village of Llavorsí, wherein lie the headquarters of the Natural Park, to Guingueta d’Àneu.

The itinerary opens doors to a fantastic route filled with hideaways where we can soak in the history of Pallars.

Following the trails leads us to enjoy the wild valleys, herd-filled meadows, deep forests, riverbanks, mountain passes with fantastic views of emblematic peaks such as Monteixo or Pica d’Estats, and grand panoramas of the Parc Natural d’Aigüestortes i Estany de Sant Maurici.

Walking at a slow pace through the villages of Pallars to observe their constructions, shepherd’s huts and chapels allows us to be seduced by sporadic encounters with local people. This route offers the special opportunity to get to know and learn about the local producers and artisans that we’ll meet along the way.

  • Options: The route can be done either: Auto-guided or free / Guided (by a mountain guide)
  • Duration: 7 days/ 6 nights/ 5 days walking. From Llavorsí to Guingueta d’Àneu. The complete route is comprised of 5 walking segments and 6 overnight stays if you wish to participate in the full itinerary from Llavorsí to Guingueta d’Àneu.
  • Modifications: 4-day route. From Llavorsí to Estaon. If you have fewer days available, you can do the route in 4 days and 4 nights from Llavorsí to Estaon. Weekend Route:  If you only have the weekend free, you can split the route into two parts: From Llavorsí to Alins and From Ainet de Besan to Estaon
  • Services: The offered routes include the following services: Luggage transport from one accommodation to the next / Accommodation under half board regime / Local tourism information / Assistance during the route
  • Additional Services: Supplement the first night in Llavorsí with a four star hotel / Transfer from Guingueta d’Áneu to Llavorsí









Check-in at accommodation. Walk around Llavorsí and optional visit to the Casa del Parc Natural (Natural Park House).

We begin the route on a pretty trail close to the river that gives access to the Coma de Burg valley. We’ll pass through the villages of Tirvia, Glorieta, Alendo, Farrera and Burg; small mountain villages where we can enjoy the tranquility of authentic Pallars.

n the second leg of our journey, we’ll enter into the Virós forest, where the trees explain us about the history of the valley, its villages and people over the last few centuries.

Walking through the forest is enjoyable owing to the wide variety of trees: pines, firs, birches and beeches… until arriving to the shepherd’s huts of Virós, the point at which we’ll descend into Farrera valley and to the village of Alins.

Optional: Visit the iron museum Casa Sintet (Alins).

This part of the journey is filled with contrasts that climb the d’Eixerto valley on a beautiful livestock trail. From this valley, we cross to the valley of Cardós via the Pla de Nequa, a magical alpine meadow from where we can contemplate the mountains and valleys of Pallars. Then, from this point we descend into the forest of Mata d’Esterri until coming to the small village of Esterri de Cardós.

We begin this leg of the trip by walking up to the village of Ginestarre, whereby following a panoramic trail, until arriving to the valley of Cardós. Here, we re-trace the Noguera de Cardós along a trail that flattens out near the river between herd-filled meadows and riverbank forests, passing through the villages of Lladrós, Benante and Ainet de Cardós.

From Ainet, we ascend again into the solitary valley of Estaon to the village of Estaon which is seated quaintly atop the valley.

Optional: A guided visit to the artisan textile-production workshop in Ginestarre

The last section of the route follows the mythical Gran Recorrido trail which crosses the whole Pyrenean mountain range (GR11).

We exit the village on a trail that ascends the valley to the pass Clot de la Calba, a hideaway that offers an incredible view of the mountains in the Parc Nacional d’Aigüestortes i Estany de Sant Maurici.

From here, the route begins its last great descent through a beautiful forest that leads to Guingueta d’Àneu.

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