Classical Itineraries
Keen hikers hoping to walk the GR10 or casual ramblers just wanting a bit of a wander, each of you will find your ideal itinerary amongst the numerous tracks of Bearn.

With your family?
You'll find here different ideas to introduce the youngsters to hiking. For example, with "Les Sentiers d'Emilie" you'll walk along easy trails for one to two and a half hours, discovering the most delicate landscapes of the region.  But also click here to know which museums to see, which grottos to visit and even where to find small trains that will stay ever after in the whole family's memories.

Piemont Oloronais, just a few kilometres away from Issor...
The Guides Rando, a reference amongst trekking guide books, plan soon to edit a book specific to the Piemont Oloronais and full of itineraries perfect for rambling and mountain biking. Click here to discover some of them.

On the trails to Santiago de Compostelle
Since the XIIth century, it's in Bearn and the Basque Country that the four big pilgrims routes have converged. Discover the historic villages and heritage sites along the way and reflect on the diverse motivations of all who have trod these paths.

Professional Mountain Guides of the Pyrenees
Feeling like letting someone else make the decisions? Why not opt for a professional supervision with trained Pyrenean guides. Experts in their fields, they'll lead you safely beyond the beaten tracks, enrich your understanding, and let you share their love for this amazing region.

The Pyrenees National Park
This National Park was created in 1967, and covers the upper parts of the Aspe and Ossau valleys. It aims to protect the environment, to preserve sites of natural beauty and to promote biodiversity, while still providing a warm welcome for visitors... Click here for more information