In the middle of the Pyrenees of Aragon and in the province of Huesca, the Jacetania and Alto Gállego and, specifically, the Gallego Valley and Tena Valley are the locations chosen to celebrate the International Trail Festival. This beautiful area of the Pyrenees has all the characteristicsnecessary to host this event, where the natural environment and its infrastructure play an essential role.
The Jacetania belongs to the river Aragon valley and it’s where we can find an important enclave such as Canfranc and its majestic station, a hub of communication with France via the Somport tunnel together with the two of the oldest ski resorts in Spain: Candanchú and Astún, landmarks in the winter panorama.
The Alto Gállego with the monumental Pyrenean glaciers in which the Tena valley is underscored, brings together some of the most interesting attractions of the Pyrenees. Centres such as Biescas, Panticosa, Sallent de Gállego or the ski resorts of Formigal and Panticosa.
Jaca, the capital of the Aragonese Pyrenees, is a place with great tourism, mountains and landscapes, along with being a city with significant history and tradition, as evidenced by its monument and the Camino de Santiago. It also has modern infrastructure and a Conference Centre that offers all the necessary features to develop a project of this magnitude.