Free to use
Located 2310m high next to the Juclar ponds, at the end of the Incles valley, in the parish of Canillo, Andorra.
The shelter is stored during the summer months, from June 1 to September 30, although there is the possibility of opening outside these dates under reservation. When the refuge is closed, there is an annexed free section with capacity for 6 seats.
How to get there
Latitude: 42.6072 Longitude: 1.71563
Access on foot
After 10 o'clock we recommend walking up the Incles slope path, a beautiful walk among pine forests and typical beeches of these heights that will extend the ascent to the refuge no more than an hour.
From the parking lot of the Pont de la Baladosa, at the end of the Incles Valley, the path begins along the river Juclar in the east direction through a forest track that leads to the intersection of well signposted paths with a sign, between the Siscaró and Juclar. Continuing eastwards towards Juclar, and following a variant of the GR10 and GRP, there is a small recreational area where to fill the canteens. Then the road begins to climb more straight, and always at the foot of the river, it advances until near the dam of the First Lake of Juclar. A few meters to the right is the Juclar Refuge.
Access by car
Between the village of Soldeu and El Tarter, the road that is now surfaced starts up in the Valley of Incles. Between July and September from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., the Valley closes to the traffic of vehicles, starting up an alternative transport: a bus that rises from the foot of the Valley at a price of € 3 per person, or € 2 for one group of minimum 3 people.
Nearby hiking routes (< 15km)