Huesca, Aragonese Pyrenees: Bearded vulture


A whistling sound sharper than that of a kite bounces off the enormous rock faces of the Aragonese Pyrenees. And suddenly, the bone of an animal that has been dead for a couple of days falls from the sky, breaking on contact with the sharp rock. This is how the Bearded Vulture - Gypaetus barbatus - feeds. It is the pinnacle of the evolution of scavenger birds. A spectacular animal worth watching and photographing.

The largest population of Bearded vultures in Europe can be found in the Pyrenees. We are fortunate to have a population of around 100 breeding couples. It is one of the most impressive birds in Spain. Not in vain, along with the griffon vulture, it is the largest bird that lives and flies over our territory.

Enjoy the opportunity to watch closely the bearded vulture, a bird of great beauty. Enjoy an exclusive weekend, getting to know and respecting a beautiful bird that has been gradually recovering its population numbers.

Although the main species of the weekend will be the Bearded vultures, we will not overlook other species. Marmots and groudhogs, vipers, wallcreepers, black woodpeckers and many others are part of the local wildlife that we want to watch during our walks.

We will stay in a small family-run establishment at the entrance to the Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park, in the heart of the Aragonese Pyrenees.



Day 1 - Friday: Arrival and education trail

Arrival at our rural accommodation. Check-in.

Presentación de la experiencia y participantes.

Education trail until dusk.


Accommodation in Lamiana.


Day 2 - Saturday: Watching trails

After breakfast, we will hike through the observación del Quebrantahuesos.

Meal at our lodging.

In the afternoon we will go on a wildlife watching trail until dusk.


Accommodation in Lamiana.


Día 2 - Domingo : Observación de fauna

After breakfast, we will embark on a new wildlife-watching experience.

Meal at our lodging.

Wrapping up.


** (breakfast/lunch/dinner)

Important information

* It is important to wear hiking boots and thermal clothing that allows us to be comfortable in the forest even without walking. 

*Itinerary is subject to change due to weather conditions.


Important notes

✔ Two-night lodging in rural accommodation in Lamiana.
✔ Educational routes through the area.
✔ All meals listed in the itinerary.
✔ All supplies needed to clean and maintain the Optical equipment (ground-based telescopes).
✔ All supplies needed to clean and maintain the Guides specialised in wildlife.
✔ Insurance covering civil liability and accidents. Personalised service.

Not included:

✘ Transportation.
✘ Personal expenses ..
✘ Personal expenses Tips.
✘ Food and beverages not listed in the itinerary.
✘ Any service not listed in the itinerary.


Accommodation located in a rural area.


Ecotourism in Huesca. Trails include background talks aimed at understanding nature. We are located in an area of ecological value, at the gates of the Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park.

Sustainable tourism

Proximity and kilometre zero tourism. Local socio-economic development, local gastronomy.

Environmental commitment

Wildlife watching ensures awareness about the fragile ecosystem balance and the importance of its conservation and protection.

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