Distance: 27,5 km
Total elevation gain: 970 m
Estimated time: 3 - 4 h
PSingletrack percentage: 37 %
Starting points: Arguis (track).
Route type: Loop trail
Physical difficulty: High
Technical difficulty: High
Water sources: Arguis.
Recommended season: All year round.
Pico del Águila (Eagle’s Peak ) is the perfect place to enjoy three exciting and completely different descents in just one route.
The itinerary climbs up steadily by a paved road from Arguis to Pico del Águila pre-summit in about 1 h. There it joins a path that continues ascending to the summit, where the first exciting downhill section starts. It’s an exhilarating descent with nice cornering until Mesón Nuevo. From there a dirt road climbs up to Sierra de Bonés, where another lovely Pyrenean-style singletrack ascends to a pass. The second downhill trail is very rocky and quite tough so our strength will be tested. Once in the paved road we must climb again to Mesón Nuevo to enjoy the last descent, this time by flowy marlstone, heading first to Arguis and from there to the starting point of the route.
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- Mesón Nuevo.
- Águila Peak.
- Sierra de Bonés.
- Arguis lake.
- All the paths in the Águila Peak area are frequented by hikers and runners, who have the right of way, so in case you meet them please give way politely.
- Bonés path is physically and technically demanding with big rocks eveerywhere. If you don’t like that kind of downhill trails, that loop can be skipped descending directly from Mesón Nuevo to Arguis by the final trail of the route.
- GPS tracking route.
- The singletrack from Bonés to the paved road is signposted as a Sierra de Guara Natural Park route.
- From Mesón Nuevo to Arguis the trail is shared with Camino Natural de la Hoya de Huesca, perfectly marked.