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We find ourselves in the area of the central Pyrenees where the highest peaks are situated. Among them, the imposing Monte Perdido (3,355 m), the largest limestone massif of Europe, or the Pico Posets (3,375 m) the second highest summit in the Pyrenees.

High peaks surrounded by glacial valleys, deep gorges and vertical cliffs that drop to the floor of the valley. It is undoubtedly the ideal place for practising mountaineering, undertaking long-distance expeditions or ascend some of the classic Pyrenean peaks.

The itineraries are both broad and varied. Challenging and spectacular routes, technical ascents, such as the north faces in winter, which implies being in good form and also well prepared. But there are also easier climbs, which will take us to mythical peaks of the Pyrenees.