Trekking and hiking are trendy at the moment. Come to Andorra and hike one of the country's numerous trails.

Guided Ecotourism route: Aigüesjuntes

This route is running through the Aigüesjuntes forest of the Valles del Comapedrosa Communal Nature Reserve.

Guided ecotourism route: Anyós, Padern forest

The Padern forest is only a small example of the many hidden natural treasures of Andorra: leafy forests, native plants and flowers, trails, streams and springs, and much more. 

Guided Ecotourism route: Camí del blat

The Wheat route is an easy guided walking route organised by Sant Julià Tourist Office through surroundings of boxwood, salanque and brushwood.

Guided Ecotourism route: Camí del llenyataire

The woodcutter’s route is an easy guided hiking route that crosses La Rabassa Forest in the parish of Sant Julià de Lòria. 

Guided Ecotourism route: Camí del mestre d'obres

This route crosses la Balma de la Margineda, which is considered the first human settlement in the Valleys of Andorra.

Guided Ecotourism route: Camí del pastor

Along the way we see ‘bordes’ and meadows that show the conditions of life of the shepherds and peasants in the mountains.