This 15 day journey showcases the best of north-east Spain as we discover hidden valleys, stay in Romanesque villages flanked by mist-covered mountains, taste regional specialties and enjoy half and full day walks in the pristine Pyrenees. After meeting in the Catalonian capital of Barcelona, we travel to the Boi Valley. This is our base for hiking amid the glacial lakes, alpine meadows, silver birch and aspen of Aiguestortes i Estany de Sant Maurici, Catalonia’s only national park. Our journey in the Aragon Pyrenees includes a week in the vibrant Huesca province, following cobbled stoned streets to the pilgrim and national park trails. In the Benasque Valley, we hike around the foothills of Pico de Aneto, the highest peak of the entire Pyrenees range. From the medieval town of Bielsa, we walk to the Tella chapel and Pineta valley. From the mountain village of Torla, we explore the impressive World Heritage listed Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park. We spend a whole day admiring the cliffs, waterfalls and emerald pools of Arazas Canyon, known as the Yosemite of Europe. To the west in the Navarre province, we step back in time staying in the remote village of Isaba. One of seven main villages in the Roncal Valley, this region is famous for traditional agriculture, stone and wood architecture along the Esca River and some lesser known walks in the Pyrenees. On the Bay of Biscay, the jewel of the northern Spain, San Sebastian provides a sea change and perfect end to the journey with a chance to soak up Basque culture, food and history.