Nature Parks in Aragon

Nature Parks in Aragon
Monasterio de Piedra Nature Reserve
The Nature Reserve surrounding the Monastery of Piedra (Monastery of the Rock), is located in the middle of a desert, in an arid and dry environment. The river Piedra traverses the reserve which gives rise to lush vegetation and beautiful waterfalls.
Moncayo Meadows Nature Reserve
The Natural Reserve of the Moncayo Meadows covers 1.400 hectares and includes the highest peak of the Iberian mountain range (Moncayo peak, 2.315m). It is located in the province of Zaragoza. The Moncayo is unique because it is the only massif that has staggered plant formations.
Ordesa and Monte Perdido National Park
The Ordesa and Monte Perdido National Park is located at the north of Huesca province in Aragon.  It covers over 15,000ha and includes one of the highest peaks in the Pyrenees, the Monte Pedido (3,355m) which is topped with a glacier.  It is a hiker’s paradise with trails to suit all abilities.
Posets-Maladeta Nature Reserve
The Posets-Maladeta Nature Reserve is located in the north easterly part of the Aragonese Pyrennees. The Reserve is a group of mountains which includes some of the highest summits in the Iberian Peninsula. The protected area is located high up - between 1,500 metres at the bottom of the valley and 3,404 metres at the summit of Aneto.
Sierra y Cañones de Guara Nature Reserve
This natural reserve covers almost 48,000 hectares in the foothills of the Pyrenees. Several important rivers traverse the area and have eroded the surrounding rocks leaving it with beautiful karstic formations that include dolines, caves, pits and spectacular canyons. Due to its location in between the Pyrenees and the Ebro valley, the area gets both weather systems from the Atlantic and the Mediterranean. The Guara Sierra and Canyons form a spot between two climates which marks the different vegetation: dry to the south and luxuriant to the north.