It’s a very demanding trail due to its great length and elevation gain, climbing all the main peaks surrounding Arguis village.
The route can be shortened returning to Arguis whether by any of the marked hiking paths or by the paved road.
The trail begins descending from Arguis in order to pass under the highway A-23 and then join the classic ascent to Eagle’s Peak, an important summit with outstanding panoramic views.
The descent by the peak’s south face passes by Ordas hermitage and ends up at the old road taking to Arguis dam.
After that the trail ascends to Las Calmas, Peña Gratal and Peiró peaks consecutively before descending to the valley by the Camino Natural.
A last loop will allow you to know the beautiful mountains of Javierre and Bones.