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Occidental Vallleys Natural Park, Huesca, Spain
Northern Spain

The Nature Park of the ´Valles Occidentales´ was founded in 2006. Within its territory we can find the most beautiful mountains of Aragon, with spectacular formations of glacial and karst. We must also highlight the vast Atlantic forest, with beech and pine forests.


In this location we are near the road (track) which connects Ansó with Zuriza, in the front view we can admire the peaks of the western Pyrenees of Huesca, and on the hill opposite is now the border with Navarra.

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