Choose the starting point that is most convenient for you and also the direction you wish to walk. It makes the most sense to walk La Senda anti-clockwise. The trek will end at your starting point.
This is a 7 days trekking. There is a 6 days variation walking directly Linza-Gabardito, but is the longest of the stages. This can also be walked via Selva de Oza. Either route takes approximately 9 hours.
If you want to stay longer than one night in any of the mountain hostels in order to rest or to explore the valleys or villages nearby, you can break the trek at any point (this should be previously arranged). If required, we can organize activities for you in the area.
You can also join two or more stages together, but this will require much higher level of physical fitness.
La Senda de Camille can only be walked in the months of June, July, August and September.
-Choose the starting point that is most convenient for you and also the direction you wish to walk.
-Make your reservation by email or telephone well in advance. Reservation form.
-Your subscription guarantees you the reservation of your places at each hostel. It also ensures your safety as we will be following your progress, ensuring that you check into the refuge/accommodation each evening as you complete every stage of the trek.
-Also included are a pass to be stamped, a map (1:25.000) and guide-book, a map case, a sheet sleeping bag and an exclusive gift at the completion of the walk.
-When you reach each refuge, they will stamp your pass with the date of your arrival.
-The refuge can prepare a packed lunch for you if requested the night before (not included in the price).
-The trek will end at your starting point.
-If you want to explore the valleys or villages near to any of the refuges (with the exception of Arlet), you can break the trek at any point (this should be previously arranged) and we can organize activities for you in the area.
We can recommend a specific insurance for the trek. Only 17 € per person and you will be covered for the whole trek.
You are walking in a protected area. The regulations of the Park must be respected. The National Park of the French Pyrenees does not permit dogs.
Your rucksack shouldn’t weigh more than 10kgs. Recommended kits includes mountain boots, walking trousers, thermal sweater, waterproofs, fleecy top, hat and thin gloves, sunhat, sunglasses, high protection sun cream, rucksack, water bottle, torch and walking poles.
If you need advice about other personal items, just ask.