Mountain Shelters Ordesa

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Bujaruelo Shelter

The Refuge Valle de Bujaruelo (1270m.) is located inside the camping area so customers can enjoy all the camping facilities. They have rooms with different capacities, from 3 up to 5 people. Some of the rooms have ensuite bathroom and others have to share the bathroom facilities. All the rooms have heating. They provide with fitted sheets and blankets for the beds. Customers must bring their own sleeping bag or the top sheet as well as the towels. The Refuge has a common kitchen-dining area for those Refuge clients who want to make use of it. There are fridges and microwaves. Guests must bring their own portable stove gas if they wish to do so, and the necessary kitchenware and cutlery to cook and eat. Google Maps

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Goriz Shelter

On the GR 11 Trans-Pyreneese trail within the Parque Nacional de Ordesa y Monte Perdido, this simple mountain shelter in a stone building lies at the foot of Monte Perdido. It’s also 68 km from Sabiñanigo train station. The 3 basic dorms with wooden bunk beds sleep up to 72 people. Blankets and pillows are provided. Cold water bathrooms are shared. Google Maps

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Serradets Shelter

The shelter, built in the 50s, is an old style building and comfort is fairly basic for adventures and mountain lovers. The water resource is highly dependent on weather conditions, bathrooms are limited. The shelter has a sink area which is serviced in cold water. We did not shower at the shelter. We are fed by meltwater. Therefore, when temperatures are cold: mostly early June and by the end of September, we no longer have running water at the shelter. Web Google Maps

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Tucarroya shelter

Open shelter in very good conditions for the altitude and geographical situation in which it is located. It has two areas, the dining room and fireplace, which has two large tables and the bunk beds. It is located in the same Gap of Tucarroya, in the border division, located north of Lake Marboré. Accesses: From the National Parador 3h 45 '. Ascending to the Breach, either from the Marboré lake, or from the Circo de Estaubé (difficult). A path connects the Cirque de Pineta with the Marboré lake. From France: From Gédre by road to the dam de las Gloriettes (1668m). Then 3h 30 'walking through the valley of Estaubé. The access channel can be difficult until well into the season due to the existing ice (45º). Web Google Maps