|Follow the sign for "Refugio de Pineta"
to the right (1155 m) and keep right in a fork met almost immediately.
This route is well marked by white-yellow waymarks and information
panels on flora and fauna. By the football field (Campo
Municipal) the waymarks guide you to the left round the field
(7min) (1160 m). When you meet another track (10min) (1155 m), turn left
and keep left at the following forks.
After going round a bar that closes the track from traffic (21min) (1180 m)
you see small villages on the slopes. The river Cinca flows on your
right. In October, the leafy forest covering the
rocky slopes is very
When the track forks and you notice a white-yellow cross in front of
you (1h) (1220 m), the route continues downhill to the right. If you
want to see the semicircular rock walls of Pico
de Pineta and Pic
Blanc closing the valley and the
valley itself from a higher point
keep left and ascend to the end of the track. The climb takes some 20
minutes. After marveling the views, return back to the fork.
The track to the right crosses a riverbed and comes to a group of
signs (1h02min) (1215 m). Follow the sign for "Refugio de Pineta"
to the right on a path. You come to a track (1h04min) (1215 m) and turn
left. Later the waymarks guide you to the right on a path (1h08min) (1220 m).
The path follows the right side of the riverbed and turns into a track.
Again the waymarks lead you right on a path (1h28min) (1240 m).
Soon you discern a waterfall on your right and the waymarks guide you
to the riverbed (1h32min) (1240 m). Walking along the stony bed keep an
eye on its right bank, where you notice a waymark in the beginning of an
ascending path (1h40min) (1240 m). When you reach the A-2611
(1h43min) (1255 m), turn left and walk some 120 meters until a narrow
asphalt road branches off left (1h46min) (1255
m). The road descends to the cottage of Pineta (1h47min)
Return the same way or along the A-2611 back to the beginning of the