The Western Valleys Natural Park
The route runs through the Ansó, Hecho, Aragües del Puerto and Aisa valleys, and it is recommended for all year round, although care must be taken during periods of bad weather during the winter.
Zaragoza and surroundings
The route runs through The Juslibol Oxbow, the Natural Reserve of the Ebro woodlands and oxbows, Vedado de Peñalor, Llanos de Villanueva and the Castejón hills and is recommended for all year round, although best avoided on the days that the strong northwest wind is blowing.
Caspe and Mequinenza
The route runs through Chiprana, Caspe, Magdalena Peninsula, Mequiñenza and La Porchina and is recommended for all year round.
Hoces del Jalón – Palo del Moro y Llanos de Calatorao – Alfamen
The route runs through the Jalón gorges in Ricla and the plains of Calatorao –Alfamen and is recommended for winter and spring.
Comarca del Aranda
This includes part of the Celtiberian Range, to the south of Moncayo and to the north of the Virgin Sierra in the west of Aragon. It passes through varied habitats, from rocky cliffs to rainfed fields and steppes with natural vegetation, along riparian forests, wetlands and reservoirs, following part of the River Aranda’s course.
Alto Gállego y Valle de Tena
All year round, although special care should be taken during the winter months as adverse meteorological conditions at high altitude can cause the roads to Balneario de Panticosa and Portalet being closed because of snow.
The Huerva river has its source in the Iberica mountain range in Zaragoza province and crosses two completely different bio-geographic areas: the foothills and the steppes but together they form a single Special Birds Area (ZEPA in Spanish), where each species can occupy their niche habitat.
La Litera is an Aragonese County in the eastern part of the Province of Huesca, at the outer limits of the PrePyrenees ranges and at the edge of the plains of the Ebro Depression.
The region’s natural spaces have a surprising variety in their landscapes considering that this is somewhere with virtually no permanent rivers crossing it and where only abrupt cliffs break up the gentle slopes of the plains across the horizon. There are rich and diverse biotopes to be found here, with interesting and varied fauna as well as some important endemic plants.
Ordesa and Monte Perdido National Park
The route runs through the Ordesa, Añisclo, Escuaín and Pineta valleys, and it is recommended for all year round, although care must be taken during periods of bad weather during winter. The best months are May and June. During July and August, some of the most popular parts of the park can be very busy.
Posets Maladeta Natural Park
The route runs through the Upper Valley of the Ésera River, and it is recommended for all year round, although care must be taken during periods of bad weather during winter. The best months are May and June. During July and August, some of the most popular parts of the park can be very busy.
The route runs through Riglos, Sarsamarcuello, Loarre and Aniés and is recommended for all year round.
The route runs through the Source of the Pitarque River, Santolea reservoir and is recommended for all year round.
Sierras of Gúdar and Javalambre
Circular route through the heart of the Sierra de Gúdar and the foothills of the Sierra de Javalambre…
Andorra Sierra de Arcos
At the northern edge of the Province of Teruel is a transition landscape between the Iberica ranges and the Ebro Valley. The Martín River breaks up the monotony of the agricultural steppes, making deep beautiful gorges which host varied life forms. The presence of a few wetlands add interest to the area, as in a relatively small space there is a dense concentration of varied fauna.
Huesca and surroundings
The route runs through Huesca, Loreto reservoir, Torresecas, Lupiñén, Ortilla, Montmesa. La Sotonera reservoir, Chimillas reservoir, Fornillos and Montearagón Castle and is recommended for all year round.
Monegros and Bajo Cinca counties
The route runs through Sariñena, Bujaraloz, Monegrillo, Farlete, Alcolea de Cinca, Chalamera, Ontiñena, Ballobar, Candasnos, Albalate de Cinca, Belver de Cinca, Zaidín and Fraga and is recommended for all year round.
Belchite and Bajo Martín counties
The route runs through Mediana, Quinto de Ebro, Belchite, Codo, Lécera, Albalate del Arzobispo and the best period to visit is Spring, as well as the postbreeding migration in September.
Wetlands of the Cinco Villas county
The route runs through Tauste, Ejea de los Caballeros, Sábada and Pinsoro and is recommended for all year round, although the greatest accumulation of birds is during the winter and during migratory periods (March/April and August/September).
Gallocanta Lagoon and surroundings
The route runs through Daroca, Calamocha, Gallocanta, Las Cuerlas, Bello, Tornos y Berrueco. Odón y Blancas. Torralba de los Frailes and Cubel, and is recommended for all year round.
The route runs through Los Ojos del Jiloca, the Cañizar Lagoon and Campo Visiedo and is recommended for all year round.