The Pont d’Espagne, located in the oldest of the French national parks, is great for hiking with sights that will take your breath away. Prepare to be completely bowled over by the beautiful and serene natural surroundings and waterfalls at 1500 metres above sea level. And if you want some exercise, you can walk up to the Lac de Gaube along the GR10 from the Pont d’Espagne.
This walk is accessible to everyone in both summer and winter. There are so many ways to discover the Pont d’Espagne: on foot, snow shoes or cross-country skis – the choice is yours.
In summer you can also take a cable car or a chairlift. Bolder visitors can take the chemin de la Raillerie and enjoy the magnificent views all the way to the Pont d'Espagne.
If you are on a camping holiday in the Hautes-Pyrénées the Pont d’Espagne is a highly recommended detour!
Parc national des Pyrénées, Gave de Gaube, 65110 Cauterets