In Andorra, although in winter the snow covers our valleys, in spring your white coat is removed to allow us to admire the incredible beauty of our valleys and mountains.
Andorra has infinite paths, of all kinds of difficulties, which will allow you to discover beautiful landscapes and live great adventures.
Andorra has three Natural Parks in its territory that deserve special attention: the Natural Park of Sorteny, the Natural Park of the Comapedrosa and the Natural Park of the Valley of Madriu, this last declared World Heritage Site.
Sorteny Valley Natural Park was created in 1999 in order to better preserve the biodiversity and the Andorran Pyrenees natural and cultural patrimony. Although it has a relatively small extension, with its 1080ha you will find several hiking trails with different heights, difficulties and durations, and also a hut easily accessible.
Comapedrosa Natural Park was named after the highest mountain in the Principality, the Comapedrosa Peak (2942 metres high). Conquering its summit is one of the hardest and most thrilling hiking trails in Andorra.
Valley of Madriu Natural Park was originally a glacier valley of around 4.247ha, which represents the 9% of the Andorran territory. It displays really beautiful spots that reach as high as 2.500 metres.