Volmeter there are many legends about Monte Perdido and the valleys of the National Park. In the Park of Ordesa and Monte Perdido low dimensions are crossed with marked routes and fittest can climb to the top. About 600,000 people visit each year the area of Ordesa. In the North of Huesca, at the entrance to the Pyrenees, there is a place with so many legends such as charms, that surrounds Monte Perdido. He said it arose from the fog after the refusal of a pastor at helping a beggar.
There is that there is a Palace Bewitched at its peak, and also traitors and warriors that died. All of these stories, without reaching to contradict, speak of the fascination that these arid peaks and green valleys have attracted between locals and visitors for centuries. Part of the 15,000 acres that today make up the National Park of Ordesa and Monte Perdido were declared biosphere reserve in 1977, and 20 years later came the recognition of UNESCO as world heritage. He is currently also a special protection area for birds. Fans at the Ornithology come to this area to see bearded vultures that mainly, in addition to being protected, have a recovery plan in this reserve. But those who enjoy more of this place are undoubtedly hikers and mountaineers.
Mountain routes and walks by the valleys arid massif of Monte Perdido is perched on the green valleys as the point of rrencia of the Park. Its peak is 3,355 metres, but it is surrounded by several peaks of a similar height that are named after the three Sorores. It is advisable to have a guide to climb to Monte Perdido, and will also need to have some resistance, experience in mountaineering and appropriate technical material. By the way, as well as incredible landscapes, hikers find the frozen lake and snow, even in summer.