Dates - June, July, August and September
Prices - from €65 per person per day
Unique and Spectacular! Available July, August and September. Escape the heat with 2 nights sleeping out on the summits of two of the highest and best mountains in Spain. "An unbelievable and unforgettable experience".
Sleeping on Mulhacen’s snow-covered mountain summit isn’t everyone’s idea of a good night out but its been on my “to do” list for quite a while, This was a great experience that provided two, never-to-be-forgotten mountain moments.Why don’t you get up there yourself, you know you want to!!
When? July, August, September
The basic itinerary is suitable for anybody used to high mountain walking. Although the ground may be steep and loose in places we generally keep to well marked tracks. Overnight temperatures in the summer may drop to 10 degrees C (maybe slightly lower mid September onwards).
The harder optional extensions will take you over rougher ground, some of it very exposed, so it better suited to those used to dealing with such terrain.
Tents are not suitable as the summit areas are very rocky and uneven. A better option is a bivouac bag, mat and 3 season sleeping bag. The aim is to travel as lightweight as we can. Our guides will take stove and gas and advise re water. We can supply freeze dried or dehydrated food if required (at extra cost).
In addition to a normal day pack the main extra items you will require are
Full list of Suggested Equipment
Group size (per booking):
3 days trekking (2 nights sleeping out on the mountain.
Over 4 persons - Group discounts apply. Enquire via email or contact form
Contact us via our Contact Page
+44 7505 753259 by prior appointment (email)
+34 651 53 29 56 by prior appointment (email)
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