Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park, Torla

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Hike through the lush forests of the Pyrenees mountains at Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park. A designated UNESCO World Heritage Site, the park features a landscape of towering summits reaching heights of up to 1,700 m (5,500 ft). Pack a picnic to eat at one of the many rest areas that boast impressive views of Mount Perdido and the surrounding peaks. Appreciate the rich flora and fauna of both the Atlantic and the Mediterranean while hiking through the Ordesa Valley. If you’re feeling adventurous, opt for the challenging seven-hour trail that takes you along the river gorge and past many of the park’s famous waterfalls. Use our Torla online trip planner to add Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park and other attractions to your Torla vacation plans.
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  • Fantastic park, very nice tracks and views. Good organized and not so busy also in August. Paradise for geologists. Very suggested!! 
    Fantastic park, very nice tracks and views. Good organized and not so busy also in August. Paradise for geologists. Very suggested!!  more »
  • Stunning views despite the demanding hike. It is well worth the effort. We did not quite reach Monte Perdido which requires a day hike. But even the few hours hike in the park (with the help of a bus....  more
    Stunning views despite the demanding hike. It is well worth the effort. We did not quite reach Monte Perdido which requires a day hike. But even the few hours hike in the park (with the help of a bus....  more »
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  • Ordesa and Monte Perdido National Park is simply stunning. The Spanish Yosemite is always a must and lovely to visit at any time of the year.
  • Unbelievable scenery! We went in July, at which time you have to park in Torla and take the bus (two way ticket 5 euro) into the park. The bus goes 4 times an hour (before 8 am it is less frequent) and drops you off at the starting point of the park in approx 10 minutes. We did the Cola de Caballo hike, which is really pretty. With 2 kids (10 and 11) it took us about 6 hours and 15 minutes (stops included) which is a little longer than the listing.

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