The first day of trekking you are all illusion and expectations, although at the end of the day the first doubts arise about whether you will be able to finish it , on the second day, the doubts grow but you hide it until the night where another person shares their fears, the third, you enter in survival mode, but on the fourth day, something magical happens , your body realizes that you are serious and you end the day tired but full , from then on everything is enjoyment and amazement of how far you can go physically and mentally .
The guide's job is, apart from guiding you on the ground, guiding you in that physical and mental journey , maintaining group cohesion, avoiding injuries due to overexertion, informing and motivating adequately, maintaining a sense of humor and showing confidence that all team members are going to enjoy that experience that they have so lovingly prepared. Let me guide you on that path too.
I have a love relationship with the Montblanc Tour, I have traveled it six times and each one of them has been absolutely special for one reason or another. For me it is the best trekking in the world and we have it very close to home. If you want to go through it with me and discover why it is so special for me and for so many other people, let's go together to enjoy it
There is more and more trekking that unites several refuges in incredible places, Carros de foc, The three refuges ..., but the Camille path perhaps brings together the best of all, in addition to being still little known and therefore less traveled. A route that unites the Aragonese, Navarrese and French Pyrenees, following in the footsteps of the most famous bear in the Pyrenees.
Perhaps today the feeling of isolation and integration with nature has become an even more valuable asset. Crossing Sierra Nevada from one extreme to another offers everything, isolation, beauty, self-sufficiency, and crowning the highest peaks of the peninsula. Without a doubt my favorite experience.
Perhaps we are talking about the most rugged mountains of the Peninsula, with unique climatic conditions and history brimming with its steep slopes. Contemplating the fabulous Naranjo de Bulnes or reaching one of its mythical hills satisfy the expectations of the most demanding mountaineers.
RING OF PICOS
If you like challenges, this is one of the most beautiful and tough that you can find close to home. We can plan it in several seasons or go through some of the most spectacular sections, it will be difficult to choose, but we will travel the great Pyrenean mountain range in all its length without losing a single of its magnificent corners
Perhaps the last corner of the Peninsula where we can still know how it was lived more than a hundred years ago. The Alpujarra hides corners that have remained unchanged thanks to its geographical isolation, for centuries. Its people, hardened by the harshness of the steep slopes of the Sierra Nevada, are worth discovering and listening to.