The Pyrenees take up almost half the surface area of the Autonomous Community of Navarre. Their impressive natural heritage is an example of the region’s conservation efforts, and it’s a place where sport turns into an enjoyable activity for all the senses.
As well as discovering the Pyrenees on foot, bike or skis and snow shoes, you can put on a helmet and plunge below ground, defy nature and climb rock faces or scale mountains, take to wild or gentle waters on a raft or in a canoe and enjoy the best views from a paraglider or hang glider whilst your heart stands still.
And if you want a really fun time, climb onto a quad, discover the forest on a Segway, fly like a bird along enormous zip lines or have a paintball match.
To find out all the options, go to the Active Tourism in Navarre website (Sport in nature) and filter for the Pyrenees zone.