Aragón is a region in northern Spain, tucked in between Catalonia to the east and Navarra and Castilla y León to the west. In the north are the vast Pyrenees and in the centre are a number of spectacular natural parks. Of course this means that it’s filled with excellent hiking trails. Here’s our pick of some of our favourites.
1. Ordesa Canyon to the Cola de Caballo Waterfall
The Parque Nacional de Ordesa y Monte Perdido is one of the most spectacular in the region of Aragón, and is a great place for many different hiking routes. One of the best is from the bottom of the Ordesa Canyon to the Cola de Caballo Waterfall. It starts at the Pradera de Ordesa car park and takes around five to six hours there and back. You can even reward yourself with a swim once you arrive.