Pedal, walk, climb, ski, canoe.... Be it on water, snow, mountains, whatever the terrain, whatever the time of year, there's always incredible activities and sport in the Pyrenees. Take a deep breath, it's time to go!
Grab your snow shoes
Put on your snow shoes and join one of the guides in La Molina to discover the highest and most natural part of the mountain. You can then take the chairlift up to Niu de l'Àliga, the highest covered shelter in the Pyrenees, where you can get your strength back with a nice warm drink.
The great wall
The Centre d'Interpretació in the Parc Natural Cadí-Moixeró plays host to two impressive mountain summits which, connected by the Coll de Tancalaporta, form a wall of stone between the Pyrenees and the Pre-Pyrenees. A route comprised of great biodiversity and an unusually beautiful landscape; perfect for enjoying a relaxing stroll.
Time for some walking... Nordic style!
The Nordic Walking association has everything you need to have a go at this unique type of hiking. Grab some sticks and come along for one of the night-time routes, head up the championship slopes for the best views or take the delightful trails through Moixeró, Organyà or Urgellet. You can also complement your hike with body-awareness and relaxation workshops.
Olympics for a day
At the Parc Olímpic del Segre you can feel like an athlete for the day. There's a very tempting offer available for sports fans out there, particularly water sports: rafting, open-kayaking, hydrospeed, canoeing... If you're with children or seniors, take the more peaceful route on one of the ecofriendly boats.
The infinite life of plants
Beyond the ones we know so well (thyme, lavender, oregano...) there's also a large variety of more intriguing plants (bear's ear, sorrel, horsetail...). On this route, organised by the Museu de les Trementinaires, we'll start at the Regatell bridge and finish in the Planells del Sastró, discovering more than 60 different varieties, many of which are medicinal.
Cliff-hanging and via ferratas
Join Pedraforca Actiu and have a go at cliff-hanging in Vallcebre or El Forat Negre. No jumps, but there are waterfalls, slides and an incredible cave. You can also start off with an instructor on the via ferratas of las Roques d'en Paloma.
To the reservoir with the family
Berguedà Nàutic takes you to La Baells. There's an inflatable park on the water and you can also rent canoes, pedalos and motor boats. Ideal in the heat of the Pyrenees!