Its territory includes the Pic del Comapedrosa, Andorra’s highest peak (2,942m), which gives the park its name.
The Valls del Comapedrosa Nature Park covers a protected area of 15.42 km2. It stands out for its imposing high mountain scenery formed by forests, lakes and waterfalls. Its network of hiking routes and high mountain huts allows for a large number of excursions to contemplate the local fauna and flora.
The park has an interpretative path which is apt for all ages and three huts, one of which, Comapedrosa , is guarded, and provides restaurant and lodging facilities during the summer months.
Additionally routes on horseback.
Visitor’s center and "Geocaching"
To get a first-hand experience of Comapedrosa, we recommend that stop by our visitor’s center, where you can find out interesting information about this natural park. You can also spend some leisure time participating in our geocaching sports activity: where you will hunt for hidden "treasures" by GPS!
This activity is available from June 1 to September 30. More information is available at the Tourism Office of La Massana, or in the Park Information Center.
View the valley below from 1900 meters high
Comapedrosa Communal Natural Park’s viewpoints allow to take in some very impressive landscapes! For example, the viewpoint of La Roca de la Sabina, located at an altitude of almost 1900 meters high and at the foot of the Arinsal ski resort, offers spectacular views of the landscape!
The park is open from Tuesday to Saturday from 8h to 14h and 15h to 17h. Sunday from 9h to 13h. To access this park, take the CG4 main road to Arinsal (La Massana parish). Once there, simply follow the signs to the park.
Download Alpify, the safety application that in the event of emergency allows users to send their exact location to the rescue teams.
ACTIVITIES YOU CAN DO VERY NEARBY
If you love extreme sports and adventure, Grandvalira and Vallnord are home to different areas to practise freeride in Andorra.
Give your body the shape you want!
The Snow Retrack (snowcat) offers you the chance to see how the slopes are set up each day for yourselves, as night falls.
Whether you’re with family, friends or on a romantic getaway, snowshoeing is the ideal way to explore breathtaking winter landscapes as you hike.
From the age of 6 onwards, young ones can learn to ski at the schools of Vallnord-Pal Arinsal i Vallnord-Ordino Arcalis ski resorts.