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The Mountains of Andorra - Walks, Scrambles, Via Ferratas, Treks - a Cicerone guidebook

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21 Apr 2005
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The Mountains of Andorra

Walks, Scrambles, Via Ferratas and Treks

by Alf Robertson, Jane Meadowcroft
Book published by Cicerone Press

Guide to 60 walking routes in little-known Andorra. The guidebook includes numerous paths with scrambles, summits, via ferratas and a week-long Andorra circuit. Covers Arinsal, Sispony, Arcalis and Angonella, Valls Sorteny and Rialb, Montcaup, Ordino, Casamanya, Valls del Riu, Ransol, D'Incles, Circ de Pessons, Cortals and Vall del Madrui.

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This is a guide to the walks, scrambles, via ferratas and treks in the tiny Pyrenean country of Andorra. Hidden away in the mountains between France and Spain, Andorra has only 468 square kilometres, but they include excellent Pyrenean potential. This guide includes 58 walk and scramble routes throughout the country, as well as 9 via ferrata routes and the 6-stage Andorra Circuit - a trek around the Principality.

With 80 mountain lakes and a host of elegant peaks Andorra offers a breathtaking range of walks in a compact area. This is a country of high, rocky passes, snow-speckled summits, flower-strewn mountain meadows and grassy scoops of valleys. 

The guide is a perfect companion to making the most of mountain adventures in Andorra. It provides practical information on language and transport to and around the country, as well as details on accommodation, mountain huts, maps, history and places of interest along the way. Sketch maps accompany each route, along with breathtaking photography throughout the guide.

  • Andorra is trilingual, with Catalan as the main language. The guide includes a Catalan-English-Spanish-French glossary of useful words and phrases.
  • Walks range from gentle valley walks to tough mountain days, and are graded accordingly, so there is potential to explore Andorra for walkers of all abilities.
  • The guide includes information on the best times to go, safety in the mountains and key information on making the most out of your walking.
  • Seasons
    Summer weather usually excellent from May to September. Snow may have melted in May; sometimes persists until well into June.
  • Centres
    Encamp and towns on the main valley road, but the real delight of Andorra is the higher mountain villages such as Arinsal and Ordino.
  • Difficulty
    Everything from easy walks, long walks and a trek, to scrambles and (if this is your bag) the excitement of via ferratas.
  • Must See
    The scrambly walking on the frontier ridges, mountain villages, an outstanding refuge network. NOT the valley, but this is soon left behind.
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General information
Walking opportunities
Some facts and figures
Getting there
Flowers and wildlife
How to use this guide
The routes
Mountain refuges
1 Arinsal and Sispony
Walk 1 Refugi de Coma Pedrosa
Walk 2 Pic del Port Vell
Walk 3 Pic de Sanfonts
Walk 4 Pic de Coma Pedrosa
Walk 5 Pla de l'Estany
Walk 6 Refugi les Fonts
Walk 7 Pic de Medacorba and Estanys Forcats
Walk 8 Pic del Pla de l'Estany and Estanys de Montmantell
Walk 9 Pic de les Fonts
Walk 10 Coll de les Cases
Walk 11 Roc de la Cauba
Walk 12 Pic d'Enclar and Pic de Carroi
2 Arcalís and Angonella
Walk 13 Valira Nord
Walk 14 Pic de Font Blanca
Walk 15 Estanys de Tristaina
Walk 16 Pic de Tristaina
Walk 17 Pic de Cataperdís and Angonella Valley
3 Vall de Sorteny and Vall de Rialb
Walk 18 Refugis de Rialb and Sorteny
Walk 19 Estany Blau
Walk 20 Pic de Thoumasset
Walk 21 Pic de l'Estanyó
Walk 22 Pic de la Serrara
4 Montaup, Ordino and Pic de Casamanya
Walk 23 Pic de Casamanya – South peak
5 Vall del Riu
Walk 24 Refugi de la Vall del Riu
Walk 25 Pic de la Cabaneta and the Eastern Ridge
Walk 26 Pic de l'Estanyó and the Western Ridge
6 Vall de Ransol
Walk 27 Refugi dels Coms de Jan
Walk 28 Coma de Ransol
Walk 29 Frontier Ridge
Walk 30 Pic de la Serrara
7 Vall d'Incles
Walk 31 Estanys de Fontargent and Estanys de Juclar
Walk 32 Pic de Ruf and Coll d'Alba
Walk 33 Pic de la Pala de Sobre l'Estany
Walk 34 French Connection
Walk 35 Peaks of Escobes
Walk 36 Estanys de Siscaró
Walk 37 Pic de la Cabaneta
Walk 38 Cabana Sorda
Walk 39 Pic de la Coma de Varilles
Walk 40 Pic d'Anrodat
Walk 41 Soldeu Circuit
Walk 42 Upper Soldeu Circuit
Walk 43 Pic del Maià
Walk 44 Valira Nature Trail
8 Grau Roig and the Circ dels Pessons
Walk 45 Estanys de Pessons
Walk 46 Pic d'Ensagents and Pic dels Pessons
Walk 47 Pic dels Pessons and Vall del Madriu by the GR7
Walk 48 Pic de Montmalus
Walk 49 Pic d'Envalira
Walk 50 Pic de Fontnegre
9 Cortals
Walk 51 Pic d'Encampadana
Walk 52 Pic Alt del Cubil
Walk 53 Pic Alt del Griu
Walk 54 Pic dels Llops
10 Vall del Madriu
Walk 55 GR7 to San Julià de Lòria
Walk 56 Prat Primer and Obaga de Noufonts
Walk 57 Estany d'Engolasters and Vall del Madriu
Walk 58 Pic de la Maiana and the Vall de Perafita
11 Via Ferratas of Andorra
Ferrata 1 El Tossal Gran d'Aixovall
Ferrata 2 Sant Vicenç d'Enclar
Ferrata 3 Roc d'Esquers
Ferrata 4 Clots de L'Aspra
Ferrata 5 Canal de Mora
Ferrata 6 The Directissima
Ferrata 7 Racons
Ferrata 8 Canal del Grau
Ferrata 9 Bony d'Envalira
12 Andorra Circuit
Day 1 Escaldes to Refugi de l'Illa by Val del Madriu
Day 2 Refugi de l'Illa to Refugi de Siscaró via Pessons
Day 3 Refugi de Siscaró to Refugi dels Coms de Jan via Vall d'Incles
Day 4 Refugi dels Coms de Jan to Refugi de l'Angonella by Sorteny
Day 5 Refugi de l'Angonella to Refugi de Coma Pedrosa
Day 6 Refugi de Coma Pedrosa to the Alberge in Sispony
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