The Huesca Pyrenees is the ideal place to carry out a number of varied activities outdoors. Adventure sports, hiking, nature, ravines, mountains and cultural heritage are all ingredients in a cocktail that will fill your leisure time when visiting to our land. We live in an area particularly suited to these types of activities.
Given the richness of Sobrarbe’s culture and heritage, the variety of places to visit is as wide as it is interesting.
Escalona has an information office for the Ordesa and Monte Perdido National Park which offers information and advice to do the numerous activities in the area.
departing from Escalona there are many paths and routes that will fulfil the expectations of both experts in this sport and those who are new to this sport.
rafting, kayaking, canoeing, hydrospeed/riverboarding. Many of the companies in this industry are based in Aínsa and some of the best instructors run courses there.
there are light aircrafts in Aínsa and a paragliding school in Castejón de Sos.
the Fanlo and Bielsa courses are very close to the area.
the Escuain and Sistema Arañonera areas have been acknowledged as two of the best in Europe, though for those starting out there are simpler caves such as Cueva del moro or Buerba.
walking routes Interesting and very varied for different levels.
Via ferratas in Ordesa, Castillo mayor, Pena Montanesa and ice in Barrosa and Tunel de Bielsa.
the ski resort of Piau-Engaly in France, on the north face of the Pyrenees, and with excellent snow, is 40 km from Escalona. The resorts of Sant Lary Soulan and Cerler are 55 km and 65 km away respectively.
there are riding schools in the villages of Banastón-Ainsa, Bielsa, Saravillo, Sarvise, and Margurgued. There are also companies that organise rides around the beautiful spots in the area.
Excellent trout fishing rivers such as the Cinca, Beelos and Ara, Zander and perch are commonly found in the Pantano de Mediano.
wild boar and chamois; there is also a hunting preserve for small animals in Ceresa.
great quantity and variety of wild mushrooms both in Autumn and Spring. (mushrooms, false morels, cantarelus, shaggy parasols, saffron milk caps, etc.)
numerous paths allow us to appreciate beautiful natural landscapes or allow access to great mountain lakes.
You are close to the basins of the rivers Yaga, Cinca, Yesa, Biandico and Las Gloces where one can enjoy the best canyons in the Pyrenees.
Peña Montañesa, Monte Perdido, Posets, Bachimala, Cotiella.