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Shelter - Refugio Mallata de la Fon Blanca - Añisclo (Ordesa)

5 beds Free to use 1790m

Zone: Añisclo Canyon, at the end of it, in the National Park of Ordesa

Situation: at the head of the Añisclo Canyon, left bank of the Bellós river, where the Fon Blanca ravine meets this one, at the foot of the great waterfall that emerges from the Fon Blanca.

Accesses: On foot 4 or 5 hours. Going up the path that runs through the Añisclo Canyon from the San Urbez bridge. 1h 30 'from Goriz on the GR-11 path through the Añisclo pass. 2h from the Plana Canal pass (end of the track that climbs from Puertolas and Bestué) through the shelter of San Vicenda. 4h 30 'from Escuain through Cuello Viceto. The Añisclo canyon is located between the towns of Nerín and Puértolas.

Characteristics: Small cabin with capacity for 4 people. In the vicinity of the refuge there is a rock (see photo), where you can also spend the night indoors.

Ascents: La Suca (mountain of Sensa), Torre de Goríz, Punta de las Olas Pico Añisclo. Crossing Goriz, Pineta, Escuin, Bestué, Nerín and Torla through the Pardina Strip.

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How to get there

GPS coordinates

Latitude: 42.6413 Longitude: 0.059229

Zone

Cañón de Añisclo

Location

Town: Puértolas y Nérin
Province: Huesca
Region: Aragon
Country: Spain