Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park.
HOW TO GET THERE AND MAPS
HOW TO GET THERE
The Ordesa Valley is accessed from Torla.
The Añisclo Canyon is accessed from Escalona and from Sarvisé.
The Escuaín Glens can be accessed from Escalona via Puértolas and Escuaín, or from the Tella Valley.
The Pineta Valley is accessed from Bielsa.
The main road N-260, linking Sabiñánigo-Torla-Ainsa, and the road A-138, linking Barbastro-France, allow the access to the places above mentioned.
LIMITED ACCESS ROADS
During Summer and Easter: cut-through traffic in the road towards Ordesa from Puente de los Navarros (National Park limit). It can be accessed on foot or by bus, departing from Torla every 15 min. approximately. The same frequency for the way back. Out of these dates, the Ordesa meadow can be accessed by car. Further information: Tl. 974 48 64 72.
Forest tracks through Cuello Gordo and Sierra de las Cutas have limited access for authorized vehicles.
During Summer and Easter: traffic through Las Cambras narrow pass is allowed only in one direction, from Fuente de Puyarruego (National Park limit) towards La Tella (the Buerba and Nerín crossroads). Therefore, access to the Añisclo Canyon can only be gained via Las Cambras, and the way back should be gained via Buerba and Puyarruego until reaching Escalona. Further information: Tl. 974 48 64 72.
There is no restriction for the access to this area. The Llanos de la Larri forest track, inside the park, is a limited-access track.
There is no restriction for the access to this area. La Valle forest track, inside the park, is a limited-access track.