This itinerary climbs, mainly heading north-west, from the mobile barrier near the Arinsal dike to Les Agunes and La Coruvilla huts (bordes).
This route, one of the most visited ones in the Principality, starts at the Pla de l’Estany track and goes as far as the manned Comapedrosa Refuge.
This path leads to the Alt de Comapedrosa Refuge path. From the departure point, just a few metres under the refuge, the path heads west, along the Pleta de Comapedrosa.
The path to the Portella de Sanfons starts at the Comapedrosa Refuge. It climbs up to the Portella de Sanfons, going through Pla de la Bassa de les Granotes and La Costa de la Font dels Miquelets.
The Percanela-Les Fonts path starts on the Arinsal Road, just before crossing the Dic d’Arinsal tunnel. It follows Els Ribassols Torrent until reaching the Percanela stone huts (bordes).
This itinerary starts close to the Pla de l’Estany Refuge. It climbs parallel to the River Montmantell to the area around the spring of the same name.
The Forcats path starts at the crossroads with the Montmantell path, near the Pla de l’Esany Refuge. It climbs along the Costa del Congost, crossing the Rivers Port Dret and Bancal Vedeller.
The departure point of the Clot del Cavall path is at the Prats Nous stone huts (bordes). It goes through the Roc Gros forest to the Clot del Cavall, between the peak of the same name and Pic de Percanela.
This itinerary starts at Mas de Ribafeta and finishes up at the Coll de les Cases, after climbing the shady slope of the Mas.
Find out about the weather forecast
Choose the area carefully, in keeping with your physical condition and the knowledge you have of the mountain
Find out about the location of the refuges where you can take shelter in case of a sudden drop in temperature, storms or other adverse weather conditions
Take a mobile phone with you
Pay attention to the indications on the posters and other signposts about the risks in the mountain and respect them
Bear in mind that sudden changes in the weather can be frequent on the mountain
Take warm clothes, waterproofs, mountain boots, a hat and glasses
Make sure to take food and, above all, water
Take sunscreen and lip salve
Your worst enemies are lack of training, lack of food at suitable time, tiredness, excess heat, cold and damp. Tell where you are going and when you will return
In springtime and winter, pay attention to the risk of avalanches, as most of the park is at risk