Pyrenees: Aneto by Salenques-Tempestades Ridge

“… This ridge is like a caravan of standing stones, sharp points and high peaks that ascend to the highest summit in the entire Pyrenees in an immense parable of granite …”

This is how Patrice de Bellefon described the Salenques-Tempestades ridge to Aneto, and it’s not far from reality.

Great adventure on a long and committed ridge, with a bivouac at 3000 m. Climbing the Salenques to Aneto with a guide is synonymous with safety and enjoyment.

The abyss over the glaciers always present on both sides of your gaze, the accumulation of hours of effort, the tortuous route finding and the, sometimes, loose rock will make climbing this great high mountain itinerary for the first time have some inner travel. If you want to go a little further in your mountain activities, climbing the Salenques-Tempestades ridge with a guide can be an unforgettable experience.

Contact us. We will advise you and accompany you in this activity with great pleasure.

  • 1 Day: 550€ (Only for people with excellent physical condition, around 14 to 16 hours activity)
  • 2 Days with bivouac: 650€
  • English speaking AEGM Certified Mountain Guide.
  • Guiding Fee.
  • Liability and accidents insurance.
  • All gear needed for the activity.
  • Advice before the activity directly with the guide.
  • Transport and buses inside the natural park.
  • Accommodation if needed.
  • Guide accommodation and expenses if needed.
  • Drinks and meals.
  • Personal climbing gear.
  • Anything not listed in the “Includes” section
  • Maximum 1 person per guide.
  • Exceptionally, we could guide two people, prior knowledge of their technical capabilities and physical conditions.


  • 1 day: It can be done in a single day from 14 to 16 hours. This option only with people in very good physical condition and with demonstrable experience in climbing and long-term activities.
  • 2 days with mountain bivouac: it is the most common and preferred option for the most romantic spirits.
  • End of May to early October
  • Listed as D (difficult), it is not the technical difficulty of its climbing sections that give it this rating, but it’s length, isolation, sometimes complex retreat and its loose rock in some sections. The grade IIº and IIIº predominate, it has several sections of IVº and one of Vº, in addition to some rappelling and numerous down climbs.
  • Very good physical condition. Been able to do up to 12 hours mountain activities.
  • Experience using crampons and ice axe.
  • Basic climbing skills and rope management.
  • Positive attitude and willingness to follow guide’s instructions.
  • Mountaineering boots.
  • Gaiters at the beginning of the season.
  • Properly adjusted lightweight crampons.
  • Classic light ice axe.
  • Climbing harness.
  • Climbing helmet.
  • Belay device.
  • 3 x HMS type carabiners.
  • Mountain backpack. 45 litres approx.
  • 1.5 litre or 2 x 1 litre bottle.
  • Sunglasses, beanie and cap.
  • Sunscreen.
  • Clothing suitable for mountaineering.
  • 2 pairs of gloves.
  • Light down feather sleeping bag.
  • Bivouac cover.
  • Lightweight sleeping mat.
  • Headlamp.
  • Thermal blanket.


Aerial sections of moderate difficulty


Very high: Up to 16 hours activity


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