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.
Don’t miss the opportunity to try geocaching, a fun sporting activity involving a search for hidden “treasure” using GPS.
Additionally routes on horseback.
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