Snowshoe Walks and Ascents – Medium / Advanced Level
This season, we suggest going on some slightly more ambitious snowshoe excursions. Snowshoeing permits us to traverse areas in the mountains that would otherwise be very difficult and tiring. And what is more, it’s addictive – so we’d like to propose a programme of ascents and walks tailormade for those who feel they have outgrown just walking around in the woods.
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We believe that these routes are not only perfect for snowshoeing, but also of great interest for mountaineers: Maliciosa, Montón de Trigo, Asómate de Hoyos, the Fuenfría valley, the Cabezas de Hierro forest, trips to the Gredos, to Picos de Europa … the surroundings are certain to appeal to you.
We’ll repeat our introductory programmes, and we’ll continue with small groups of no more than 12 persons (except for trips, where we will be a maximum of 15).
Let’s keep our fingers crossed and hope for a good snow season - see you soon!
In each excursion’s respective section, you will find its technical specifications, general information and MIDE classification (a system for classifying the level of difficulty and hazard).
12th – Cueva Valiente (“Brave Cave”)
19th – La Maliciosa (“Malicious”)
25th, 26th - Gredos: La Mira and Morezón
2nd - Cabezas de Hierro Forest (“Iron Head Forest”)
9th – Peña del Álguila (“Eagle Rock”) and Peñota
16th - Valley Crossing: Valle de la Fuenfría and Majalasna
22nd, 23rd - Picos de Europa: Senda del Arcediano (“Path of the Archdeacon”) and Coriscao
2nd – Montón de Trigo (“Stack of Wheat”) and Pinareja
8th, 9th – Gredos: Laguna Grande and La Mira
16th – Asómate de Hoyos and Matasanos
These being winter mountain activities, many of them at above 2000 metres ASL and subject to changing weather and snow conditions, the guide reserves the right to modify partly or completely the routes to be followed, using his professional judgment and in the interests of individual and collective safety. If necessary he will propose alternative routes in less critical areas.
Similarly, the guide reserves the right to refuse participation in the activities to clients not suitably dressed or equipped for a winter mountain excursion. All requirements will be previously communicated by the guide at the time of contracting each activity, or on the prior request of clients.
These excursions are NOT designed to be initiation activities.
Accredited mountain guide
Snowshoes and poles
Approved safety gear
Civil Liability & Accident Insurance
Transportation (the guide has four seats available in his vehicle, which will be filled in the order of received requests).
|2 noches de alojamiento en AD en Hotel Rural, Travesía / Ascensión con Raquetas y Guía de montaña titulado (Técnico Deportivo Montaña).||Included||120€|
Minimum per group: 3 people. Maximum: 12 people.
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