Geoparque Unesco

PN 7 Añisclo Canyon (lower part)

San Urbez-Fuen Blanca

This route, in spite of its length, is popular thanks to its spectacular track, which runs through the lower part of the famous Añisclo Canyon. Essential route that enables us to understand the origin of Añisclo Valley, one of the four major valleys in the National Park. The route ends at the Fuen Blanca (White Fountain) vantage point, a spectacular waterfall where you can combine with route 8 which leads to the Añisclo Pass.

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  • Route: from San Úrbez to Fuen Blanca
  • Type of Route: linear (return along the same route).
  • Difficulty level: On foot - steeper
  • Duration: 5 hours (up) and 3 down.
  • Distance 10,3 km. (up)
  • Gradient: 700 metres
  • Starting point Bridge of San Úrbez
  • Comments Access by private vehicle to this point must be made via Escalona and along the Rio Bellos one-way road. Take into account that it may be difficult to find a place to park in the car park in summer, as this is one of the most popular routes in the National park This Geo-Route runs through the Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park, part of the transboundary site Pyrenees-Monte Perdido, declared World Heritage by UNESCO. Information Point of the National Park in Torla. Tel: + 34 974486472
  • Recomentations in your visit to Sobrarbe-Pirineos Geopark

    • Safe visits, unforgettable experiences. There are companies who collaborate with the Geopark where you can hire specialized guides to make your tour a unique and safe experience.
    • Respect the geological outcrops. Do not break off samples of rock, mineral or fossils; anly take the loose pieces

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