The Pyrenees offer a wide range of activities to enjoy each of its corners. Here you have a list of everything that the Pyrenees has to offer. Each season is unique in the Pyrenees!
Hiking: From the hotel we can offer you 14 hiking trails of different levels in Tena´s Valley.
Climbing peaks: Tena´s Valley offers some accessible peaks, (which can be climbed in 1 hour and a half such as the Pacino peak), up until the first three miles of the western Pyrenees. We can offer you the possibility of hiring a guide for the most complicated peaks.
Bicycle Routes: The Alto Gallego region has created “Alto Gállego BTT space” with 22 routes divided into 4 levels. In addition, we have room to store the bikes and a workshop. At Bobby’s Bike you can rent electric bikes with which you can greatly facilitate the work and with which you can reach beautiful places with little effort.
Those who want to enjoy the flora and fauna during a relaxed walk, will feel right at home in the Lacuniacha Park.
Anyone wants to be Tarzan for a day? Biescas Aventura has 8 circuits in wich you can spend a morning or afternoon swinging from tree to tree.
For risk lovers there are a lot of possibilities to do extreme sports such as: canyoning, rafting, via ferrata, climbing…. The adventure enterprise Gorgol offers all these activities.
Those who want to discover Tena´s Valley on wheels or in air can practice Quad, 4×4 or paragliding in Tena Park.
Walking through the villages and getting to know the architecture and its people is another possibility : Sallent de Gallego, Lanuza, Escarrilla, Sandiniés, Tramacastilla, Piedrafita, Panticosa, El Pueyo, Hoz de Jaca, Biescas and many more.
Another must-see is the Serrablo´s Churches route, A route of Romanesque churches that are unique in the world, as well as the Larres Drawing Museum and the Museum Angel Orensanz in Sabiñánigo.
Tena´s Valley is located in a prime position to explore and visit other areas of the Pyrenees:
At 50 km. you can find Ordesa National Park and Monte Perdido. It is worth to spend a whole day exploring these places and their people, such as Aínsa, Boltaña, Broto, Torla ….
Another recommended visit is the “Ossau Valley” in the French Pyrenees, when you can ride the highest train in Europe.
Places like Jaca and its Cathedral and Citadel, the Monastery of San Juan de la Peña and even Loarre´s Castle are also within close range.