The municipality of Boltaña is inextricably linked to the River Ara, Mount Nabaín (1,799 m) and the northeastern foothills of the Sierra de Guara, where the source of rivers such as the Vero and Balcés can be found.
These varied landscapes, which offer such a wide range of different environments even on a single route, are testament to the majesty and immensity of Boltaña, whose capital has been one of the strongholds of the Pyrenees since the early Middle Ages – as is evident from its historical town centre and castle. Today, Boltaña offers a variety of routes to suit all tastes:
– Strolls along the banks of the Ara towards the ravines.
– Pathways between abandoned villages, featuring ascents of low technical difficulty.
– Views of the Pyrenees and the Sierra de Guara.
– Woodland walks.
Boltaña and its surrounding area boast 11 different routes, which explore the most important areas within the municipality. Highlights include beautiful natural spaces with enchanting nooks and corners, and natural pools suitable for bathing.