HALF DAY TRIP
Departure time: 07:30 or 17:30 ( timetable flexible)
Duration of activity: Approximately 4 hours,
For the morning visit we start with wildlife watching followed by a two to three hour hike of low difficulty. Along the way we will provide information about all the ethnographic, landscape, fauna and botanical elements and we will discover how they make Somiedo such a very special place.
For the afternoon visit the wildlife watching will be at the end of the hike as animals have more activity early in the morning and late in the evening so we will have a better chance to observe them.
FULL DAY TRIP
Departure time: 07:30 ( timetable flexible)
Duration of activity: Approximately 8 hours.
Option 1 : Wildlife watching in the morning, followed by a 5 hour hike of moderate-high difficulty, we will provide information about all the ethnographic, landscape, fauna and botanical elements we discover along the way.
Option 2: Two wildlife watching sessions ( morning and evening) with a 3 hour hike of low difficulty in between.
What should you bring? Appropriate mountain hiking clothes and footwear. It is also recommended bringing
sun glasses, sun cream and warm clothes depending on the weather forecast. It is important to bring enough water and some protein bars/snacks.
What is included in the price ? Accident insurance, telescope and binoculars.
How to book? Email us at email@example.com, include the Name, Surname and Passport Number of each visitor. Let us know the trip option and time you prefer. Or you can call us directly:
Jorge: 0034-687222464 – Sofía: 0034-617060878
Meeting point: Road AS-227, at the Pola de Somiedo village entrance.
We can not guarantee wildlife sightings, but thanks to the very rich fauna it is very rare not to see chamois, roe deer, red deer, eagles, vultures….and depending of the time of the year there is a very high possibility of bear sightings, without doubt this is the most emblematic species of the area, we pay special attention to choosing the most appropriate times and places to maximise the possibility of sightings with the telescope.