PYRENEES HUT-TO-HUT HIGH ROUTE OF THE PERDIDOS695 € IVA incl.
Hut-to-Hut Trek in the French Pyrenees & National Park of Ordesa & Monte Perdido.
Enjoying the most demanding high mountain routes has never been so easy.
The “Alta Ruta de los Perdidos” is a project that originates firstly to ancient herdsmen & in recent times to the ranger of the Bujaruelo mountain. It connects the livestock valley of Ara, uniting it with routes to two of the great massifs of the Pyrenees, Monte Perdido and Vignemale. The route is 100 km and has 7,000 meters of cumulative gain. It is gorgeous & authentic, with spectacular mountains, glacial cirques and valleys, making this Alta Ruta de los Perdidos the only route to experience.
La Alta Ruta de los Perdidos is a challenging high mountain trek; it demands fitness & high-level hiking experience.
A deposit of 20% is required to reserve a place on tour. The Deposit should be paid immediately to ensure that the tour company Rumbo a Picos can confirm your reservation & to ensure that the minimum number required to run the tour has been reached.
Final payment must be made not later than 30 days before the tour start date.
• The tour company Rumbo a Picos reserves the right to cancel the tour if there are not the minimum number of participants, up to 30 days prior to the tour start date. In the event of such cancellation, participants shall be refunded 100% of the payments they have made to the tour company Rumbo a Picos. The refund shall be made by Bank Transfer to the client’s bank account within 7 days of the notified cancellation.
• If the client cancels his/her booking prior to the tour start date, to cover the tour company’s costs & administrative expenses the company will retain for a cancellation prior to 90days/€50, 60days/€100, 30days/€150 and will refund to the client all other payments received by the company from the client.
• If the client cancels his/her booking within 30 days of the tour start date, the tour company will not make any refund to the client.
• The tour company reserves the right to modify the tour program & the itinerary in the event of circumstances outside of its control such as Force Majure, severe or unsuitable weather or any other circumstances it considers necessary to ensure the safety of the tour participants.
• If a participant decides to abandon the tour for whatever reason, he/she should inform the Guide in writing of their decision. Any related expenses must be paid by the participant.
Price per person
Arrival at Bujaruelo Refuge
Arrival at Torla. Transfer to Bujaruelo Refuge. Check-in and briefing. Dinner and Accommodation.
Refugio Bujaruelo - Refugio Goriz. 16km
Breakfast. From Bujaruelo we cross the Roman bridge and ascend following the red and white markings that indicate the GR 11 as far as the Puerto de Bujaruelo pass. Here we follow the sign that leads us to the Refugio de la Brecha de Rolando. From the Brecha de Rolando Refuge we first continue a little to the right to begin the descent along a path marked by cairns/route markers that will take us to the Planas de Narciso. From here we turn to our left (heading NE) and reach the Millares pass to continue along the plains of the same name until we reach the Góriz mountain hut. Dinner and overnight at Goriz Refugio.
Refugio Goriz – Refugio de Pineta. 12,6km
Breakfast. We leave Góriz following the GR 11 markings that gradually climb to the Collado Superior de Góriz. At this point, we go the GR 11 that descends to the Añisclo Canyon and follow the route markers in a north-easterly direction through the Faja de las Olas to the Collado de Añisclo. In some locations, some chains help along challenging parts of the route. There is the option to avoid this technical part by descending to the Fuen Blanca and then ascending the Collado de Añisclo. We carefully descend the long and demanding descent from the Collado de Añisclo to the Mountain Hut. Dinner and overnight at Pineta Refugio.
Refugio de Pineta – Refugio de Espuguettes. 17,2km
Breakfast. We follow the National Park signs from Pineta to the Balcón de Pineta and Lago de Marboré. We continue skirting the lake on the right towards the Tucarroya Gap and Refuge. We climb up to the gap, and from here, we descend along a steeply sloping channel with many loose rocks that require us to descend with caution. The difficulty increases if there is snow, and it is essential to use ice axes and crampons. An alternative variant via Puerto Nuevo de Pineta also avoids this technical pass. Once we descend from the Brecha de Tucarroya, we head towards the Horquette d’Alans along an uphill path. Finally, descend to the Espuguettes Refuge, where we will enjoy unbeatable views. Dinner and overnight at Espuguettes Refugio.
Refugio de Espuguettes – Refugio Grange Holle. 14,7km
Breakfast. Departure from the Espuguettes Mountain Hut in the direction of Gavarnie. After a steep descent, you will see a signpost indicating the path to the Cirque de Gavarnie to the left. Follow this beautiful forest path that will take you to the base of the imposing Cirque de Gavarnie. It is about an hour from the Hotellerie du Cirque to Gavarnie. From the village of Gavarnie to the Grange de Holle Mountain Hut, we follow a somewhat hidden path. We follow the signs to the cemetery and afterwards take an unmarked trail to the right, which leads to the Grange de Holle Mountain Hut. Dinner and overnight at Grange de Holle Refugio.
Refugio Grange Holle – Refugio Oulettes. 17,5 km
Breakfast. Departure from the Grange de Holle. We head along a forest path to the Ossoue Valley. We pass in front of the Lourdes Hut, cross the Barrage d’Ossoue and take the ascent that will take us to the Bayssellance shelter. Continuing along the path that climbs up to the Horquette d’Ossoue, we descend to the Oulèttes Mountain Hut. Dinner and overnight at Oulèttes de Gaube Refugio.
Refugio Oulettes - Refugio Bujaruelo. 16 Km
Breakfast. Departure from Oulèttes in the direction of the Col des Mules. Descend the pass following the red and white markings of the HRP. We leave the route markers to head towards the Ara Valley, which, after a long and gentle descent, will lead us back to the Roman Bridge of Bujaruelo and the Refugio/hut. End of services