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Ordesa National Park, Torla

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Hike through the lush forests of the Pyrenees mountains at Ordesa 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. For Ordesa National Park and beyond, use our Torla itinerary planner to get the most from your Torla vacation.
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  • I've been in the Park several times and it is absolutely incredible. If it is possible to go out of season is a luxury. It breathes peace, tranquility, a place to recharge batteries and disconnect. You must be amazed by nature and enjoy what it has to offer to see. You can perfectly go with children because although very experienced people making routes long and hard with the children is you can reach where you want and return to the prairies. The walk is very nice where is reached. There are several waterfalls that mark the beginning of the route a bit. 5-6 years old kids can reach the first waterfall and going to enjoy a lot. Reach the tail horse is a bit tedious for people not accustomed to walking but with patience and if you're going to spend the day perfectly can be. (Without children or are going to have to carry with them...) It is worth walking through the nature park. Beautiful...
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  • We have been a few days visiting the area. We decided to make the route of the pony tail. Road hard, but rewards, with places in dreams, wonderful waterfalls and landscapes. It was snow in some sections and cost us a little more, but we arrived.
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  • We did a tour of 14 km round-trip) through the National Park of Ordesa. We got to the bleachers of Soaso than even they were snow-covered and we decided to turn around because there were still 2 km to the tail of the horse and we were not prepared to walk with snow. The landscape is beautiful, we were surprised by the amount of waterfalls found along the way and say the landscape with the still snowy lost mountain and forests in which the atmosphere that makes you feel in communion with nature. Highly recommended
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