18 Jul The Lost Pyrenees
- The excitement of discovering the little-known Vallat d’Estaon, and, particularly, the last inhabitants of the villages of the Cardós valley and their way of life.
- The Pyrenean charm of the Cardós valley and the village of Tavascan.
- Discovering the tough paths that led to exile after the Spanish Civil War, local agriculture and stock rearing, smuggling and the traditional high mountain economy.
- Savouring the variety of the flavours and products of traditional Pallars cuisine.
Guided walking route to Vallat d’Estaon, in the Alt Pirineu Natural Park, starting and ending in the municipality of Sort. Two days discovering landscapes and tradition, where you can meet and speak with the last inhabitants of one of the least-known and most inaccessible valleys of the Pyrenees. We provide a hazel shepherd’s crook for walking exactly as the shepherds used to do. In the same traditional fashion home-cooked meals, mountain picnic and tasting of local products will take place on this tour which is accompanied by qualified mountain guide with extremely good knowledge of the region
and mountain walking technique.
- Possibility of collecting and transferring customers from anywhere in Spain and returning them to their place of origin.
- The tour can be adapted to the customer’s needs.