A remarkable area noted for its landscape and its biodiversity. The high Aspe Valley has been part the Pyrenees National Park since 1967 and is located at its’ Western extremity..
This National Park strives to preserve the natural and cultural heritage of the Pyrenees, to welcome the public and to contribute to the sustainable development of the valleys.
At ETSAUT, the National Park Centre offers information, presents exhibitions, conferences, events and organises field trips supervised by the rangers.
The centre has an interactive pathway accessible to all on the theme of mountain trees.
The two facilities are validated by the label ‘Tourism and Handicap’ and thus cater for the four disability types.
Please contact the National Park House in Etsaut: 05 5934 8830
You can also visit the website of the Pyrenees National Park