Carros de foc

With mountain skis

5 days

The best trip you can do with mountain skis in the Pyrenees


5 days

Technical difficulty


Physical difficulty


Max participants

3-6 people
Get carried away on skis doing idyllic trails and great descents in a lonely and wild environment. At the end of the day, we will only have to enjoy the comfortable shelters of the National Park.


From € 550

Dates available



Official guide Carros de Foc UIMLA / UIAGM

4 days stay in high mountain refuges with half board (optional add PICNIC + 50 €)

Mountain insurance

Official Carros de Foc Pass

Official T-shirt of Carros de Foc

Technical advice before and during the trip.

Does not include

Transport at the beginning of the journey

Extra consumption in shelters outside the contracted regime

About the trekking

It all started in the summer of 1987, when some guards in the area spontaneously decided to walk around the National Park of Aigües Tortes and Estany de Sant Maurici in a single day, they only intended to make a simple courtesy visit to others refuge.

This first visit was followed by others and in the same spontaneous way the name Carros de Foc was born.

Over the years, this trek has become the great classic of the Pyrenees, a must-see place for all mountain lovers.



Day 1

Artíes – Refugi Restanca 2.010 m. – Montardo 2.833 m. – Refugi Ventosa i Calvell 2.200 m.

Elevation Gain

+1350 m.

Elevation Loss

-650 m.

Day 2

Refugi Ventosa i Calvell 2.200 m. – Collado de Contraix 2.747 m. – Refugi del Estany Llong 1.985 m. Possibilitat d’ascens al Pic de Contraix 

Elevation Gain

+810 m.

Elevation Loss

-950 m.

Day 3

Refugi Estany Llong 1.985 m. – Collado dels Gavatxos 2.666 m. – Refugi Colomina 2.395 m. – Coll de saburó 2.680 m. – Refugi Josep Maria Blanc 2.350 m.

Elevation Gain

+1100 m.

Elevation Loss

-800 m.

Day 4

Refugi Josep María Blanc 2.300 m. – Pic Peguera 2.942 m. – Refugi Mallafré 1.950 m. –Refugi d’Amitges 2.378 m.

Elevation Gain

+900 m.

Elevation Loss

-950 m.

Day 5

Refugi d´Amitges 2.378 m. – Tuc de Saboredo 2.833 m. – Refugi de Saboredo 2.310 m. – Coth deth Tuc Gran de Sendrosa 2.450 m. – Refugi Colomers 2.130 m. – Banhs de Tredós 1.800 m.

Elevation Gain

+1150 m.

Elevation Loss

-1450 m.

Additional information

  • Backpack 30-40 liters
  • Mountain ski equipment (skis, boots, skins, knives, poles)
  • Avalanche safety equipment (ARVA + spare batteries, shovel, probe)
  • Technical clothing: Socks. Waterproof pants, thermal mesh.
  • Thermal t-shirt (first layer). A spare.
  • Polar lining or similar (second layer).
  • Light and thin primaloft jacket or feathers.
  • Gore-Tex type jacket (third layer). Cap for the sun. Sunglasses.
  • Thin and thick waterproof gloves.
  • Light front (spare batteries).
  • Small, lightweight sheet and towel bag.
  • Bottle or water bag type Camelback minimum 1 liter.
  • First aid kit and personal toilet.
  • Sun cream and lip protection.
  • Camera.
  • Telescopic poles

To consult

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