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Nerbiou Peak

Hikes & walks in Beaucens

Nerbiou Peak - Hikes & walks in Beaucens
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The Nerbiou Peak, situated in the Hautacam massif, rises to an altitude of 1,747 metres. It dominates the Argelès-Gazost valley and offers a clear view over the Pyrenees. Apart from its 26 km of ski slopes and its 15 km of cross-country trails, above all, the Hautacam is known for playing host to several stages of the Tour de France. From its summit, you will be able to contemplate the Pau plain, the Midi de Bigorre Peak, the Vignemale and Gavarnie, and on a clear night, you will be able to see the lighthouse in Biarritz and the lights of Toulouse!

Description sheet

DepartmentHautes-Pyrénées
Departure municipalityBeaucens
Outing typeHike
DifficultyEasy
Duration2h00
Recommended periodfrom january to december
EnvironmentMountains
Kilometres7 km
Altitude upon departure1615m
Change in altitude132m

Access

Make your way towards the ski resort of Hautacam. When you arrive in the resort, leave your car at the Tramassel Pass.

Itinerary

Short and easy walk which should take about two hours there and back. Set out from the Tramassel Pass where you can leave your car next to the restaurant and make your way to the "La Moulata" chairlift, on the furthest right of the resort. From there, you will find a small path that leads to Nerbiou Peak along the ridge. On each side, there is a valley, on the left, the Isaby valley with the Midi de Bigorre Peak, the Brèche de Roland and Gavarnie, and, on the right, the Argelès-Gazost valley. In the winter, snow shoes or touring skis are a must. In the summer, you will need good walking boots. Return to where you started along the same path.

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