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- A week full of adventure, from fatbike routes, to hiking trips through forests, hills and lakes, to learning some survival skills, which will be an added value to personal skills in future adventures.
An incredible place where you can make all kinds of routes and enjoy the landscape of high mountains, vegetation and water of more than 200 lakes, as well as a multitude of waterfalls and streams. The Peguera Peak with almost 3,000 m, is one of the most special.
This is the ideal location to discover and explore the trails, valleys, peaks and hills that bring us to more than 30 mountain lakes that adorn further Colomèrs Mountain Range, with granite peaks that almost reach 3,000 m. and give to this valley of Aiguamog incomparable beauty.
Departures available all year round, ask me
- It is the only place in Europe where the four species of vultures of the continent reproduce: Griffon Vulture, Black Vulture, Bearded Vulture and Egyptian Vulture.
- Its main attraction is the important population of deer that inhabits it and can be observed all year round, although the easiest time to see is that of heat, rutting.
- Learning to observe the main traces and signs of the animals that inhabit the Reserve, is something that will enrich your future trips to the natural environment, forever.
August, 24th – September, 04th 2020
- One of Europe’s last true wilderness areas, Sarek National Park is situated north of the Arctic Circle in Swedish Lapland.
- Established in 1909, Sarek was one of Sweden’s first designated National Parks, and due to its remote and largely trail-less nature, it has remained the province of experienced adventurers ever since.
- A place that seems to be big: valleys, glaciers, mountains, rivers and animals (bears, wolves, wolverines, moose and reindeer)
If launching adventure is something that you love, then this trip will excite you.
Here you can see some of the most virgin and remote regions of the planet.
This rewarding experience with an impressive combination of the incredible arctic environment of this region, the mountainous landscapes of the Polar Urals and the unique experience of sharing the tundra lifestyle and the nomadic nenet.
When we speak about Chukotka, we speak about one of the most remote regions of Russia, and one of the most inaccessible. We enter a virgin area and tremendously inaccessible, a short distance from the neighboring Kamchatka and Yakutiya.