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Three circular trekkings in the Pyrenees


Three proposals in the Pyrenees to oxygenate yourself after the lockdown.

From Trangoworld we propose these three circular trekkings in Riglos, Formigal and Midi d'Ossau as the first spring outing to oxygenate yourself after the lockdown.

01 / 04 / 2020

Riglos, Formigal and Midi d'Ossau offer a lot of routes for hiking and trekking. As the first spring outing to oxygenate yourself after the lockdown, from Trangoworld we propose these three circular trekking with different level of exigence.

MALLOS DE RIGLOS (Hoya de Huesca)

  • Duration: 2 hours and 35 minutes.
  • Vertical gain: 470 m.
  • Route distance: 5.5 Km.

A place of pilgrimage for climbing lovers, Riglos also offers many options for trekking and hiking. In this simple trekking that out circles the Mallos de Riglos you will be able to enjoy unique views of the enormous vertical walls over 300 meters high from the many viewpoints that you will cross during the trek. Perfectly marked with posts and marks on the ground with blue paint, at the top, not to miss the Espinalba viewpoint, with magnificent views of the Mallos Pisón and Fire.

PEÑA FORATATA (Formigal, Huesca)

  • Duration: 4 hours and 25 minutes.
  • Vertical gain: 835 m.
  • Route distance: 7.2 Km.

From Formigal it is impossible not to see Peña Foratata. The proposed route is a circular route - up to the Foratata Occidental - with starting and arriving to Formigal. The first section goes up on the well known route to the pass between the Foratatas. Once there, we climb the Foratata Occidental (it is an easy climb) descend by the northwest ridge afterwards, returning to Formigal by the route of the Cuello del Forato.

MIDI D'OSSAU (Atlantic Pyrenees, France)

  • Duration: 8 hours.
  • Vertical gain: 1,343 m.
  • Route distance: 23 Km.

The Midi d'Ossau, at 2,884 meters high, is one of the most striking mountains in the Pyrenees. It is the longest and most uneven route of the proposed but it has several places to fill our water bottles and rest: the Pombie refuge, the lake of Bious Artigues and shortly before ending up on the Col de l’Lou. During the route, apart from the latter, we will walk by Col Soum de Pombie (twice) and Col de Suzon.

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