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This is a group for anyone looking for new mountain experiences in the Pyrenees, led by a professional mountain guide being born and living in Catalonia. You're welcome.

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Walking holidays in the Catalan Pyrenees - The Cadi-Moixero natural Park

The Cadi Moixero Natural Park is located between two regions of the Pyrenees: High Begueda and La Cerdanya. If you like scrambling over rocks for the thrill of reaching spectacular summits but you’re not ready to tackle ropes, this is your trek. No need to pack up every day, because we will stay throughout in the same inn. Cadi-Moixero Natural Park has plenty of summits where there are stunning panoramic views over the rest of Catalonia to the south, France to the north, and the rest of the Pyrenees to the east and west. We have selected the best for you: Gallina Pelada (2,317m), Predaforca (2,506m), Penyes Altes de Moixeró (2,279m) and Comabona (2,554m). You might prefer less demanding hikes. We have also included lower gradient hikes in our catalogue. We will be based at two lovely country inns with 'picture postcard' panoramic views. They are located in privileged spots opposite Pedraforca in the Cadi Moixero Natural Park. The inns are surrounded by woods and gorgeous scenery and will be our base camps for the climbs every day. This is a 4-day/4-hike tour Detailed information about the tour here (http://www.trekpyrenees.com/peaks-of-the-cadi-moixero-natural-park-catalan-pyrenees/)

Lakes and peaks in the High Catalan Pyrenees

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During our tour in the Alt Pirineu Natural Park we will follow paths through alpine landscapes with high-altitude cols, lakes in valleys carved by ancient glaciers and year–round snowcaps. The Alt Pirineu natural park is the biggest natural park in Catalonia, located in the Catalan Pyrenees, east of the famous Aigüestortes i Estany de Sant Maurici national park. It is bounded by France to the north, by Andorra to the east, and by the rest of Catalonia to the south and west. Catalonia’s highest peaks are located in this park, as well as the biggest natural lake on the southern slopes of the Pyrenees, the Certascan lake. The peak of Pica d’Estats at 3143m is the highest peak in Catalonia. The Alt Pirineu natural park has 87 lakes (estanys in Catalan) and 94 small lakes (estanyets), which are at least as beautiful and far less visited than those of the better known Aigüestortes national park. This is a 6-day/6-hike tour Detailed information about the tour here (http://www.trekpyrenees.com/alt-pirineu-natural-park/)

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