Andorra Walking Holiday

7 nights from £799

Duration:7 Nights


Your Guided Walking Holiday To Andorra

Discover one of Europe’s best kept secrets for outdoor enthusiasts on this guided walking holiday to Andorra. With 65 peaks that stand at over 2,000m high, Andorra is well known for its ski resorts. However, what many don’t know is that this tiny country is the perfect destination for mountain walking in the warmer months. Based in the mountain village of La Massana, we’ll spend four days exploring the Andorran Pyrenees by foot with an expert, local guide. Our walks will include guided trips to highlights like Lake Moreno, Griu Summit and Comapedrosa Peak. We’ll also enjoy ample free time for further independent exploration in this walker’s paradise. So, lace up those walking boots and come join us on this 7-night walking holiday to explore the best of Andorra.

The daily walking distance on the moderate walks is between 7.6 km – 9 km with climbs of up to 700 meters. The daily distance on the challenging walks is between 12.5 km – 15 km with climbs of up to 1400 meters.

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