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Refugio de Lizara

Mountain hut of Lizara in...Refuge de Lizara
Bisaurín and Fetas over Refugio de LizaraLizara & Bisaurín

Refugio de Lizara
22730 – Aragüés del Puerto (Huesca)
Tel. 974 348 433 (+ 34 974 348 433 out of Spain)

News summer 2011: reserve on line

Located in the valley of Aragües between the valleys of Hecho and the fisrt peaks of valley of Canfranc is a great place to climb a lot of mountains among 2400-2668 meters and winter sports (sky cross county, rachets..)

Trailhead: routes to Bisaurin, Puntal Alto del Foratón, Punta Agüerri (but the normal and most popular is from Gabardito), Fetás, Puntal de Secús, Cúpula de Secús, Bernera, El Bozo, Mesola, Llana del Bozo...

Places: 75.

Services: drinking water, showers and toilets, sanitary hot water, bar, service of foods, blankets, first-aid kit and nursing, polyvalent classroom, ticket windows, ski-support, footwear of rest, telephone, radio-S.O.S.

Open: All the year.
It KEEPS Mª Jesus Bald, Alberto Maynar, Jaime Maynar, Elena Berges.

Propietary: Mancomunidad Forestal de Aragüés del Puerto y Jasa (Forest Association of Aragüés of the Port and Jasa).

Management: Federacaión Aragonesa de Montaña(F.A.M.)

Web page:

Getting there:
Road approach: Start from Huesca or Pamplona, in northern Spain. From any one of both towns, follow road N-240 towards the other one. At Puente la Reina (88 km away from Pamplona, or 72 km away from Huesca) you will have to turn north by road A176. This is the road running alongside the river Aragón Subordán, entering the Valley of Hecho. After 16 km, turn right once again to take road HU212 into the valley of Aragüés. This is narrow but good road taking you to the village of Aragüés del Puerto. 7 km after the village you will find the Restaurant "Los Corralones" (in a beautiful pine forest), and 3 km farther the parking of the Lizara Mountain Hut, at the base of Bisaurín.

External Links

F.A.M. refuge of Lizara