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HIGHLIGHTS

Trekking
P. Orientals y Midi- Pyrénées
5 days
525€
P. Orientals y Midi- Pyrénées
5 days
Trekking
High Pyrenees and Ariège
4 days
525€
High Pyrenees and Ariège
4 days
Trekking
High Pyrenees and Ariège
6 days
500€
High Pyrenees and Ariège
6 days
Tekking
Pallars and Alta Ribagorza.
7 days
975
10/10/2021
Pallars and Alta Ribagorza.
7 days
10/10/2021
10/10/2021
10/10/2021
10/10/2021
Trekking
Vallferrera
5 days
475€
Vallferrera
5 days
475.00
Trekking
Val d'Aran
5 days
430€
Val d'Aran
5 days
430.00

SEASONAL ACTIVITIES

Rock climbing
Sierra de Ensija
1 day
150.00
12/10/2021
12/10/2021
12/10/2021
12/10/2021
12/10/2021
Sierra de Ensija
1 day
Roca Gran d´en Ferrús
12/10/2021
12/10/2021
12/10/2021
12/10/2021
Rock climbing
Pedraforca massif
1 day
150.00
Pedraforca massif
1 day
Climbing in the Pedraforca
Rock climbing
Montserrat Massif
1 day
150.00
Montserrat Massif
1 day
Via Punsola to Cavall Bernat
Rock climbing
Montserrat Massif
1 day
150.00
Montserrat Massif
1 day
Easy climbs in Agulles
Rock climbing
Montserrat Massif
1 day
150.00
Montserrat Massif
1 day
Climbing in the Pregnancy and the Elephant
Edges and ridges
Berga
2 days
Berga
2 days
Ridge and ridge progression course
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TABLE OF DIFFICULTIES

HIKING AND TREKKING: NF / TT

PHYSICAL LEVEL

Unevenness + accumulated

Physical condition

*

until 700 m

Normal: sporadic sports practice

**

until 1200 m

Good: practicing sports regularly

***

until 1500 m

Very good: practicing sports regularly

TYPE OF LAND

*

Forest tracks or trails in good condition

**

Trails in good condition. Presence of rocks and roots that requires attention during the tread

***

Obstructed trails, quarries and out of the way

MOUNTAIN SKIING: NF / NE

PHYSICAL LEVEL

Unevenness + accumulated

Physical condition

*

until 700 m

Normal: sporadic sports practice

**

until 1200 m

Good: practicing sports regularly

***

until 1500 m

Very good: practicing sports regularly

SKI LEVEL

Blachere Scale and Traynard Scale relationship

Ski level

*

EM / S1-S2

Inexperienced or inexperienced in mountaineering skiing that although they go down in parallel on the piste have difficulties in the off-piste descents

**

EB / S2-S3

Already started with mastery of the parallel on slopes up to 35 º

***

EB-EMB LOW / S4

With experience who ski on any non-extreme slope (up to 35º-40º) using different descent techniques

****

EMB / S4-S5

With experience who ski on any slope (up to 45º) mastering the queue jump

Blachére scale according to the technical level of the skier

IN

Average skier who can handle moderate and wide slopes of up to 25º

EB

Good skier, able to face slopes of 30º-35º and difficult snows

EMB

Very good skier, up to slopes of 40-45º, with exposed steps and snows of all kinds

EE

Excellent skier: able to face slopes of up to 50º, with obligatory passages somewhat exposed and with snows of all kinds

EX

Extreme skier, able to face slopes of more than 50º, with highly exposed obligatory passages and snow of all kinds




Traynard scale

S1

Low slopes with ease for turning. Very suitable areas for off-piste initiation

S2

Low slopes or moderate slopes (up to 25º) but with room for turning and without obstacles.

S3

Moderate slope (up to 35º). No difficulty in all types of snow. Downhills that can be considered accessible to good or very good skiers

S4

Slope maintained higher up to 45º in terrain with little exposure and between 35º-40º in exposed terrain, narrow and bound.

S5

Very strong slopes, inclination greater than 45º-50º, very obligatory terrain and with exposure. Forbidden to fall!

S6

Maintained incline greater than 50º on exposed terrain or more than 55º on little exposed terrain.

S7

More of 60 º, very exposed

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CLIMBING: NC / NT

VIAS FERRATAS: NC / NT

COMMITMENT LEVEL

Commitment level

Description

*

Short itinerary, not far away, easy descent.

**

Longer itinerary with certain objective hazards, easy descent.

***

Wide itinerary in need of a good experience in the mountains. Long approach and tricky descent.

****

Long itinerary on a great wall; delicate course and exposed to objective dangers on the ascent and on the approach. Difficult withdrawal, track not equipped, difficult descent. The rope must have an excellent level of competence.

  • The escala Hüsler divide in 6 the levels difficulty in a range from easy to extremely difficult.

TECHNICAL LEVEL

Difficulty graduation

Description

K1

Easy

K2

Little difficult

K3

Something difficult

K4

Hard

K5

Very difficult

K6

Extremely difficult

* Additionally, the French scale could be added:

The French scale, inspired by the graduation mode of the classic alpine routes, dispose of 6 different levels of difficulty of F a ED on a scale of easy a extremely difficult. The main difference with the escala Hüsler is that intermediate levels are also accepted here indicated with the symbol (+) superior o (-) inferior, like in the climbing.

Easy

Little difficult

Quite difficult

Hard

Very difficult

Extremely difficult

F

PD

AD

D

TD

ED

*Clarifying that the extremely difficult level does not mean that it is so difficult as to put the human capacity to the limit, but it defines the most difficult itineraries that exist.

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MOUNTAIN CLIMBING: NF/ NT

PHYSICAL LEVEL

Unevenness + accumulated

Physical condition

*

until 700 m

Normal: sporadic sports practice

**

until 1200 m

Good: practicing sports regularly

***

until 1500 m

Very good: practicing sports regularly

TECHNICAL LEVEL

Difficulty graduation

Description

F: Easy

Slopes (of rock, snow and / or ice) with moderate slopes, always lower than 45%, that are promoted progressing (in snow sometimes with ice ax). Easy climbs up to grade II. Some sections of glacier with crevasses. Experienced mountaineers can ascend without rope.

PD: Little difficult

Slopes (of rock, snow and / or ice) with steep slopes always higher than 45%, although they walk up. Narrow, aerial ridges and ridges. Climbing of some difficulty, up to III degree. Cracked glaciers. The use of the rope may be necessary on more than one occasion.

AD: Something difficult

Long earrings (of rock, snow and / or ice) with steep slopes always higher than 50%, although they can walk up. Narrow, aerial ridges and ridges. Climbs of moderate difficulty even on vertical terrain, grades III and IV. Very cracked and complicated glaciers. Mandatory use of rope. Only for experienced mountaineers.

D: Hard

Maintained climbing, so much in rock (frequent IVº), ice or snow

MD: Very difficult. (TD in France)

Difficult technical ascents and climbs on any type of terrain, being able to reach up to the Vº degree of classic climbing. Considerable length. Limit graduation slopes. Very high exposure. Required a lot of technique. In remote places.

ED: Extremely difficult

Extreme difficulty with huge exposure, long-lasting, in remote places

canyoning

CANYONS: ND

DIFFICULTY LEVEL

Denomination

Description

*

Familiar

Drops of a small length, and comfortable approaches. Possible some small rappel. Existence of playful elements to allow the little ones to enjoy themselves in the company of adults. Eventually existence of some optional adult progression elements.

**

Initiation

Runs of moderate length, and comfortable approaches. No more than three small rappels. Existence of playful elements that will allow us to discover the activity in a pleasant way. Generally without forced jumps. Eventually existence of some more challenging optional progression items.

***

Sports

Moderate length descents and moderate approaches, eventually some return or approach with good unevenness. Presence of rappels in greater numbers, or someone taller, in general without going beyond 20 m. Progression elements like jumps, slides, living waters, most challenging, but with controlled risk.

****

Technical

Drops between moderate and long length, possibly long approaches or with sections of steep slope. Presence of rappels, some with distance greater than 30 meters. Progression elements like jumps, slides, living waters that require knowing the correct execution of the technique.