Along the droving paths of the Vall de Boí
Visiting the animal shelters of the Vall de Boi, between Romanesque-style churches and summer pastures
Life in the Vall de Boi has always been closely related to livestock herding.
Once the snow has disappeared, the cattle leave the lower valleys, in the middle of spring, and head for the high summer pastures and shelters, following the old, mountain droving paths.
This proposal includes visits to some of the mountain shelters that connect the hamlets of the Vall de Boí to the high-mountain pastures and which will allow you to discover the life and work of its herdsmen.
Ascent to Taül from Barruera, following the cobbled tracks that connect the villages of Barruera, Durro, Boí and Taüll. Return to Casa Hortal at 6 pm by the "Park Bus".
Ascent to the chapel of Sant Salvador from Casa Hortal and return following a forest track
- Double room for 2 nights
- 1 packed lunch (herdsman's snack)
- Combined ticket for the Romanesque churches of the Vall de Boí
- 2 self-guided routes with a map and description in the route book
- Tourism tax
- Ticket for the "Park Bus"
- Meals not included except for the packed lunch/herdsman's snack on the first day
From 20th August to 30 d'OctoberCondicions generals
booking deposit of 25% via bank transfer. The rest must be paid at the accommodation.
Deadline for cancellations: 48 hours.
If you cancel within 48 hours you will lose your 25% deposit