The Best Hikes and Walks in Andorra
Ready to walk n’ stroll? If you’re reading this then you’re right on track (pun intended) to discover some of the best walks in Andorra.
Why We Love Walking in Andorra
Sitting pretty in the Pyrenees, Andorra bursts to life with trails that beg to be explored as the snow bids adieu. Whether it’s tranquil valley walks, calming lakeside loops, or towering pine-filled trails, Andorra has something for everyone.
Whether you’re a casual stroller or seasoned hiker, there’s a path for you. If you’re looking for front row seats to nature’s marvels, then Andorra presents trail-ers of nature’s most scenic blockbusters, no subscription required.
You’ll have prime access to panoramic views, pristine trails, and beautiful mountain villages. Admission? Just a good pair of walking shoes and a love for nature.
And if you’ve ever fancied being in two places at once, Andorra lets you do just that - you can literally hop between countries with one foot in Andorra and another in France.
Our Favourite Walks in Andorra
Our top picks - because we’ve done the legwork so you can save yours for the trails.
No matter which trail you choose, here's the lowdown on packing smart: comfy shoes, shades, a trusty rain jacket, and some snacks - consider them your trail essentials.
Step into Arinsal
Arinsal is a walker's wonderland. From ‘no sweat’ strolls to ‘I earned that glass of wine’ hikes, there’s trails to suit every walking ability.
No need to worry about losing your footing either. Trails here are marked with easy-to-spot signs and a sprinkle of modern magic: QR codes. A quick scan of the designated signs, and you have your directions.
And if your feet get a touch of wanderlust, just hop to nearby gems like La Massana. If you’re passionate about art, history and culture then this town is a must-visit.
Best time to go: June, July & August. Looking for that fresh mountaintop breeze? During this time, you can experience both the fresh mountaintop breeze and soak up the warm Pyrenees sunshine. It’s like having your cake and, well, basking in it too.
Recommended for: Everyone. Whether you’re a fresh-on-the-trail newbie, a casual walker, a seasoned trail blazer, or part of the family brigade with children and teens in tow, Arinsal rolls out nature’s green carpet for all.
Comapedrosa Nature Park
Just a stone’s throw north of Arinsal is the famous Comapedrosa Nature Park. It’s like the greatest hits of nature - think mountain waterfalls, serene lakes, and sense forests.
And the headliner? The Coma Pedrosa, standing tall at almost 3,000m crowning Andorra’s skyline. And if you’re in it for the encore, trek through the woods and ravines and treat yourself at a stone-clad mountain retreat, aptly named Comapedrosa. Because after that climb, you’ve earned a mountainous meal.
Try these walks
Interpretation Circuit of Comapedrosa
Looking for a gentle walk? This walk takes you into the heart of Comapedrosa Park. This circular stroll will take you past beautiful local flora and fauna, rivers and pine forests.
Cami de Percanela
Cami de Percanela - Les Fonts - Pla de L’Estany
Duration: About 4.5 hours
Ascent: 585 metres
Kick–off in Arinsal and wander deep into the woods, brushing past rivers and stepping into Comapedrosa Nature Park. It’s a walk that requires your A-game. So, pack wisely: water, munchies, and the right gear are a must.
La Massana and the Ordino Valley
Arinsal is also your gateway to the Vallnord region. A 15-minute bus ride lands you in La Massana-bustling, vibrant, and the kind of place where gondolas aren’t just for Venice. This is your ride to treetop adventures and mountaintop playgrounds.
More of a pedal-pusher? Bike trails vary from the smooth grooves to the wild, heart-pumping backcountry trails.
Try these walks
Starting in La Massana? From here, you can follow the river down to the Camí Ral d’Ordino footpath. This 6km trail takes you through picturesque valley villages, over wooden bridges, and past historic churches.
Plus, you’ll get a glimpse into Andorra’s past as you walk along the Iron Route, which highlights the region’s old forges and mines.
Erts: Cami Del Jou-Roc De La Cauba
Start your walk in the quaint village of Erts. Follow the woodland trail and soon you’ll be treated to a panoramic viewpoint of La Massana and its neighbouring villages.
Make your way to the serene Jou forest, the perfect spot to pause and appreciate the magnificent Scots pines.
This is not a looped trail, so you’ll have to retrace your steps to head back. Double the steps, double the memories.
Cami del Cardemeller - Font Del Bisbe
Another non-looped trail. Beginning in Pal, this walk is of moderate ability and follows trails through the valley and up to a great clearing where you’ll have wonderful views over Pal.
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Terms and Conditions
**Up to two guided walks per week are included in the following resorts: Mayrhofen, Seefeld, Saalbach & Hinterglemm, Chamonix, Morzine, Limone, Merano, Selva, Champoluc, Cervinia, Kranjska Gora, Grindelwald, Wengen, Zermatt, Funchal and Caniço. All walks are subject to availability of local guides, weather conditions and maximum numbers. Where we cannot confirm your preferred option in resort, we will endeavour to offer an alternative subject to the above conditions.