Pyrenees National Park

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The Pyrenees National Park covers a mountainous strip of land along the border that is 1-15km wide and 100km long, between the Aspe Valley to the west and the Aure Valley to the east. It takes in six valleys, four of which are in the Hautes-Pyrénées: Arrens, Cauterets, Luz-Gavarnie and Aure. Stopping in at one of the Park houses is a good way to start an excursion full of magnificent waterfalls, lakes with emerald green waters, bubbling sinkholes, lofty and majestic peaks and breathtaking panoramas.

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Cirque du Lys
Cirque du Lys
This excursion across the Cambasque
60 minutes
Cauterets Valley
Cauterets Valley
After taking the waters at Cauterets,
240 minutes
Pont d'Espagne
Pont d'Espagne
Set in a magnificent site, this bridge
60 minutes
Jéret Valley
Jéret Valley
This little valley boasts a string of
30 minutes
Gaube Lake
Gaube Lake
Six viewpoint indicators at the top of
30 minutes
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Cirque du Lys
Cirque du Lys
This excursion across the Cambasque
60 minutes
Cauterets Valley
Cauterets Valley
After taking the waters at Cauterets,
240 minutes
Jéret Valley
Jéret Valley
This little valley boasts a string of
30 minutes
See all