Discover our winter landscape on cross country and back country skis, using snow shoes or simply walking. Go sledging, make an igloo…
The more adventurous version of cross country skiing lets you venture off groomed tracks by using a mix of cross country and telemark techniques. Little known here, it’s a popular way of getting off the beaten track in Scandinavia and the U.S.
|Selva de Oza||1150m||Easy level|
|Agua Tuerta||1500m||Medium level|
Snowshoes help you walk on snow without sinking at every step – much easier! You can go for a short excursión or do more ambitious routes in the company of a guide. It´s a great way to explore the valley in winter
|Pistas de Gabardito||1400m||Medium level|
|Bosque de Oza||1200m||Easy level|
|Pista de Guarrinza||1300m||Medium level|
|Ibon de Acherito||1600m||High level|
You´ll truly experience the snowy Pyrenees on a 2/3 day nordic trek. Using pulka sledges to carry your gear you can ski to the more out of the way parts of the valley and camp overnight in a magical winter landscape.
SNOW WITH CHILDREN
Children love the Hecho valley in winter and an excursion to walk, sledge, try skiing or snowshoeing will be a hit with the whole family.
|Selva de Oza||1200m||Easy level|