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We invite you to live the Rab Riglos Suite adventure, the original and unforgettable experience of spending the night on a portaledge, suspended 100 meters above the ground on the sheer cliffs of the amazing Mallos de Riglos, in the Pre-Pyrenees, Huesca.
The Natural Park of Sierra de Guara offer some of the best hiking trails in Nothern Spain, and it is also a paradise to the practise of adventure sports like climbing, canyoning or rafting. We propose you to discover this territory, protected since 1990, where to escape from overcrowded routes. Starting at the remote and beautiful village of Nocito, we will also ascend the main summit of the Park, the Tozal de Guara (2.077 m)
A unique experience, accessible to everyone, with or without climbing experience, who want to enjoy the great alpinists’ sensations and to hike in a privileged and unknown natural environment.
Riglos, in the region of Hoya de Huesca, located in the Pre-Pyrenees of Aragon, is a best known village to climbers, mountaineers and tourists from all over the world, due to its majestic Mallos. It is located in a rich natural environment, on the Banks of the Gallego River, which allows the practise of many water activities of active tourism.
It is a particularly attractive destination for lovers of ornithology, as Riglos has Europe's largest colony of griffon vultures, as well as a great diversity of raptors and other birds.
Its privileged location, pleasant microclimate and an ideal environment for active tourism activities, make Riglos the best location for the development of this activity.
In addition to the possibilities of active tourism, Riglos, as a town belonging to the region of La Hoya de Huesca, also offers great cultural attractions; The castle of Loarre, one of the best preserved monument from the medieval, or the Collegiate of Bolea are a small sample of it.
Sierra de Guara is a huge mountain range that covers more than 80.000 hectares in the province of Huesca, in the Pre-Pyrenees. Its abrupt terrain, sculpted by a large network of untamed crystal-clear waters, and its good climate make it a perfect destination to enjoy different leisure activities and adventure sports. Climbing has given Sierra de Guara an international reputation. Here we find jewels like Alquézar, a beautiful medieval village surrounded by majestic reddish limestone and where you can enjoy the leisure time strolling through its cobbled streets, walking around the Vero River walkways or visiting its famous 16th-century Gothic and Renaissance styles Collegiate, which was declared a National Monument.
Another great tourist attraction is the gastronomy of the area, with a high quality and awarded cuisine. There are wineries in the area whose wines, with designation of origin, compete to a high national and international level.
Riglos is located 40 km from Huesca, and 114 km from Zaragoza. Zaragoza has international airport and high speed train (AVE). Huesca is also connected by high-speed train (AVE). Access to Riglos is done by road by private vehicle or by train.
It is recommended to wear comfortable clothes for climbing and suitable to spend the night depending on the season (Climbing shoes, sleeping bag according to season, thermal t-shirt and pants in winter, essential toiletries).