The soaring mountains, rolling hills, and unspoilt coastline of Asturias offer a huge range of excellent walking opportunities; from people looking for a gentle stroll, to serious walkers looking for a challenging high mountain trek. This web page is meant to provide information to help walkers and visitors enjoy the area to its best.
In the menus above you will find general information about the area and in the “Walking Categories” on the right a personal account of different walks plus technical information including maps and GPS tracks for the walk. At the hotel we are only too pleased to help advice guests on the best and most suitable walks according to their walking abilities and the weather conditions, as well as provide information on any recent occurrences which may affect the walk. We have also produced a book with 42 self guided walks in the area and have maps to lend people and the actual self guided walking notes are available for guests staying at the hotel .
Do remember it is very important to take adequate preparation before walking in the area. Take into consideration that this can be a steep and precipitous mountainous region, often with few waymarks, and very changeable weather.
All outdoor activities involve an element of risk, which could endanger you and those with you. It is impossible for any guidebook or web page to alert you to every possible danger or hazard or to anticipate the limitations of your party. The descriptions of trails, passes, routes, geographical features on this web page are therefore not in any way a guarantee that they will be safe for you or your party. When you follow the advice and/or any information on this web page you do so at your own risk and assume responsibility for your own safety.
Here is a short video of the spectacular walk starting at the Mirador del Fito along the Sueve Mountains to Hotel Posada del Valle. Self guided walking notes for this walk available for guests at the hotel.