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The middle-high and high mountains surrounding the valley.

Here you can enjoy a wide range of possibilities. From a family walk to a physically-demanding climb. Middle-high mountains are accessible to anyone who wants to go for a pleasant hike. As soon as we reach the bottom of the valley, summits get higher and should be climbed only by professional hikers. Pic de Hourgade and the 3000-m border crest are good examples.

Several Topoguide® guides show itineraries to reach the summits. Useful reading: “Randonnées et Ascensions dans la Vallée du Louron” (hikes and ascents in Vallée du Louron) by Jean François Rouys, edited by the Tourist Office, for sale in the valley and complementary to the map IGN 25 1848 OT.

 

There are hikes and routes for all budgets, level of expertise and preferences. From noon outings to several-day raids.. The mountain guides

 

A selection of ascents, sector by sector.

Here the hiker is responsible for his own safety. Most itineraries are not signposted and often some stretches of the ways are not in good state. Level of expertise, physical condition, equipment and weather forecast do sometimes force hikers to give up.

Montée au Pic du Lion en automne Sector of Montious - Pic du Lion

  • Pic de Montious (2,171 m), from the lake of Bordères
  • Pic du Lion (2,102 m), from the lake of Bordères or the valley of Balencous
  • Crest of Pic du Lion to Col de Peyresourde (pass) and its lower summits

Crête d'Azet en hiver Tuc de Labatiadière, crête d'Azet (crest of Azet)

  • Tuc de Labatiadère (1,737 m)
  • Crossing the crests of Azet after Col de Val Louron-Azet (collado) up to Ilhan
  • Ascent to Tuc de Labatiadière taking the route to Nabias, from Adervielle and return by the (French) GR10 from Val Louron

Coucher de soleil sur le Hourgade en juin Massif du Hourgade

  • Pic de Hourgade (2,964 m)
  • Pic de Nord Nère (2,844 m)
  • Couret d'Esquierry et Cap de Sadagouaus (2,542 m)

Access from Val d’Aube, from the ski resort of Peyragudes, the village of Germ or “Pont des chèvres” (the bridge of the goats)

Pic d'Estos face au village d'Estarvielle Massif Sarrouyes-Estos

  • Pic d'Estos (2,803 m) from  Val Louron by the Vallon de Sarrouyes and the  lakes of Miares.
  • Pic de Sarrouyes (2,676 m) from Val Louron by the Vallon de Sarrouyes
  • Pic de Lustou (3,023 m), from Val Louron and the lakes of Miares lakes and the lake of Lustou

Pic des Gourgs Blancs depuis le Pic Gourdon, juillet 2008The border three-thousanders

  • Pic de Clarabide (3,020 m)
  • Pic Schrader or Grand Bachimale (3,174 m)
  • Pic Gourdon (3,034 m)

Access from Gorges de Clarabide and Refuge de la Soula.