Hiking

The national sport in Gipuzkoa is mountain walking or hiking, either alone or with a group of friends or family. The region is criss-crossed with over 1.5 million kilometres of marked trails and a million and one picture postcard views. The more adventurous hiker can go off-trail, opting instead for a cross-country route up a mountain or simply from one spot to another. And for those who'd rather stay on the trail, there are hundreds of maintained and signposted routes for every age and fitness level. Just remember to wave as you cross paths with other walkers!

Hiking

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Vantage point and whales

Discover the ancient whale hunting points.

Root

Explore the route alongside the San Pelaio river.

Mountain Txakoli

Explore this circular route that joins the three coastal towns of Zumaia, Zarautz, and Getaria.

Route of the three temples, Araindarri - GR 286

GR routes are long-distance footpaths of 50 kilometres or more designed to take at least two days´ walking.

Talaia Route - GR 121

GR routes are long-distance footpaths of 50 kilometres or more designed to take at least two days; walking.

Bizkar Route - GR 121

GR routes are long-distance footpaths of 50 kilometres or more designed to take at least two days; walking.

Epaibide Route - GR 121

GR routes are long-distance footpaths of 50 kilometres or more designed to take at least two days' walking.

Altxorbide Route - GR 35

GR routes are long-distance footpaths of 50 kilometres or more designed to take at least two days walking.

Cheese Route - GR 283

GR routes are long-distance footpaths of 50 kilometres or more designed to take at least two days; walking.

Mendibai Route - GR 285

GR routes are long-distance footpaths of 50 kilometres or more designed to take at least two days' walking.

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