District of Escuaín

The valley of Escuaín is the smallest and the least visited one in the National Park. A beautiful landscape which combines straits and gorges with large meadows and fields. To get there one must take a detour at the entrance of Añisclo and ascend to the valleys of Escuaín and Puértolas.

Noteworthy are the surroundings of Bestué, the views from the village of Escuaín and the access to the refuge of Plana Canal.

The valley is also the home for several natural treasures like caves and abysses in the area of Gurrundué, the deep gorges of the river Yaga, and one of the best places for watching the bearded vulture.


Interesting links:

Routes in the National Park

Escuaín Trails Brochure pdf.


Information Points Escuaín District

  • Visitor Centre "Casa el Molino": Calle La Iglesia s/n. 22364 Tella.
  • Escuaín Information Point: Calle Única s/n. 22362 Escuaín.