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Head to the mountains of Andorra for an adventure this summer! Here we introduce you to some of the amazing activities you can enjoy in the mountains. Whether you're looking for adventure for young children or for grown-ups, there are options for you to try out.
Some of the adventure activities include...
You'll find more information below.
The rivers and mountains of Andorra provide for some exciting activities sure to get your adrenaline going! There are various guiding companies, and these are a selection available with Experiència en Muntanya...
This activity is where you descend through a gorge with the aid of abseiling, ropes, jumps, slides, cable railings and rock climbing techniques, accompanied by a professional mountain guide. Whether it's your first time or if you are experienced, there are different ravines suitable to all levels.
Within Andorra you can do this at the Ravine of Segudet in the parish of Ordino, which is suitable for beginners and children from seven years upwards. There are other places within Andorra, as well as more nearby just over the border into Spain.
The iron pathways make rock climbing more accessible with numerous itineraries throughout Andorra suited to different levels, and some suitable from seven years upwards. Rungs and ladders are built into the rock face, along with different types of bridges. You're clipped onto guide lines for your safety, and it's a superb activity to try when you visit Andorra in the summer.
As well as being available to do with a guide, these iron routes are free of charge, maintained by the government. You can do this as a half day or full day activity. If you want to undertake this activity without a guide, you shouldn't do it on your own, and you should always take the neccesary safety equipment, which can be rented from tourist offices, or provided by a guiding company.
For the pure thrill seekers, this can be done in Canillo at the 25 metre high Molleres Bridge, where you can make a 15 metre pendulum jump.
If you love getting into the saddle, or even if you want to learn, then Andorra has a number of options for excursions to explore natural surroundings. Here are some of the better-known stables from where you can take guided tours...
If you're looking for an adventure with the family then Andorra boasts four treetop adventure parks where you're harnessed in, then make your way around a circuit with a variety of obstacles along the way including rope bridging, balancing bridges, giant spiders webs, zip lines and many more. For other ideas for your family visit our dedicated families page.