The Gavarnie Valleys are synonymous with nature and wide open spaces, a delight to hikers and dreamers alike!
Protected landscapes, lush forests, exceptional flora and fauna: you are at the heart of an extraordinary area!
Meet the animals
Marmots, large raptors, bears ...on your own or with a guide or at the Animal Park.
Torrents, lacs, rivières
Ici, l'eau est omniprésente !
Large open areas
The Pyrenees are a concentration of diverse landscapes where Mother Nature has been generous. Lovers of open spaces, here is our selection of open spaces where you can immerse yourself 100% in nature, in the heart of the Gavarnie Valleys!
The essential viewing points
During your stay, enjoy easy accessible viewing points from where you can contemplate nature at its finest. From lakes to mountains, with a verdant backdrop, each summit invites you to dream and imbues with a sense of well-being.
Easily accessible lakes
There is no need for long hikes to enjoy the beauty and tranquillity of mountain lakes, some more remarkable than others, but all are exceptional. Here is our selection, but believe us: they are even more beautiful in real life!
Meet the animals
The Pyrenees and the National Park in particular, are home to a rich and endemic fauna: chamois, marmots, large raptors, bears or the Pyrenean desman. With a little patience and observation, you can meet some of them in the wild, or go to a wildlife park to learn all about these animals that are the soul of the Pyrenees.
The Gavarnie valleys have a dense and varied water network, including torrents, rivers, mountain lakes, and landscaped bodies of water ... These playgrounds are home to a wealth of aquatic life, shown by the existence of several iconic species