Last week saw our first Multi-Activity holiday of the season. Eight guests enjoyed, amongst other activities, canyoning, paragliding, rock-climbing, and a strenuous hike to the Breche du Roland, on the Spanish border.
For the next few weeks we’re welcoming people of all ages and nationalities on our Multi-Activity holidays.
We’re also excited to be running our second Taster holiday this summer, beginning on Saturday.
Our hardy trekkers are on the last week of the HRP, hut to hut trek. They’ve had good weather and when we saw the guide, Dan, on Saturday (in between legs of the trek), he said everyone was well and enjoying themselves.
MountainBug’s affiliation with the Hotel du Tourmalet has been coming in to its own, as we are now able to accommodate people for short stays (the chalet is on a weekly basis only). Several couples and groups have enjoyed a quick Pyrenean break, staying at the hotel and booking activities such as canyoning or paragliding with us. Of course, the MountainBug team are also on hand to give advice to our guests on how to enjoy the Pyrenees, such as how to find the off-the-beaten-track path at the popular Cirque de Gavarnie or which is the closest mountain lake for an icy dip.
|We reckon this climb is about a 5 or 6|
|Not a bad view for those having a rest|
|The instructors setting it all up.|
|Time to get a crick in your neck…|
|The Brits were all dazzled by this strange ball of heat and light|
Please contact us if you would like to join us in this spectacular part of the world.
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