The Navarre Pyrenees lie in the western third of this mountain chain and are filled with high summits
to the east as well as more accessible
terrain as we approach the sea. As such, it is an ideal destination for all levels of sporting activity. From gentle walks to more challenging climbs, routes and trails for those more experienced, there is something for everything.
Walks through the Navarre Pyrenees traverse incredibly beautiful natural enclaves and bring the walker or cyclist close to charming villages, interesting monuments and landscapes dominated by water. Here is a selection of things to do.
You’ll find marked and classified routes such as the Sendero Local
(less than 10 km, marked with green and white), the Pequeño Recorrido
(between 10 and 50 km, marked yellow and white) and the Gran Recorrido
(over 50 km, red and white). The set is completed with other routes steeped in tradition such as the Camino de Santiago, the Vías Verdes (Green Ways) and themed trails inspired by mushrooms, dolmens, pigeon hunters, etc.List of routes in the Navarre Pyrenees
Discover the diversity of this land via many of the prepared routes
which are ideal for both walkers and mountain bikers. Follow the route of the Vías Verdes, traverse the Camino de Santiago or use the region’s road network. You can also consult the various routes on little-used roads
as a guide for your hiking trips. List of bike touring routes for mountain and road bikes