Discover The Cerdanya Valley by canyoning, hiking, horse riding, mountain biking and community service.

Get ready for a wild week in the Pyrenees. You are the main character of this adventure, and will have to tackle continuous challenges. Unforgettable scenarios, great activities and awesome experiences. Are you in?


From 14 to 17 years old


7,5/10* *We work to make it accessible to everyone. More information FAQs


per week


23rd to 29th June
  • Availability: 9 spots
30th June to 6th July
  • Availability: 0 spots
7th to 13th July
  • Availability: 0 spots
14th to 20th July
  • Availability: 0 spots
21st to 27th July
  • Availability: 6 spots
28th July to 3rd August
  • Availability: 13 spots



Do you want to know everything we will do during the summer camp? This is the schedule we have designed for your camp week:

Horari camp Aventura Junior de les Colònies Estiu Pyrene.


General material needed for the camp:

  • T-shirt(5) + shorts (2) + socks(5)
  • Long sleeve thermal t-shirt + long thermal tights + long socks + winter hat
  • Long sleeve sweatshirt + long pants (2)
  • Raincoat + fleece liner + anorak (coat) for mountain excursions
  • Sneakers with mountain sole (2)
  • Swimsuit + flip flops + towel
  • Cap + sunscreen + lip balm + water bottle
  • Torch (flashlight) or headlamp
  • Pajamas + sleeping mat + sleeping bag comfort temperature 0ºC
  • Toothbrush and toothpaste + shower soap + comb

Specific material for the Wild Adventure camp:

  • Backpack 20-30L for day trips and backpack 35-45L for overnight excursion
  • Mountain bike + helmet + spare bicycle camera + bike water bottle

* It is recommended to bring everything marked with the name of the participant.

* Participants staying in 2 or more camps have free laundry service.

YOU ARE NOT ALLOWED TO BRING GAME CONSOLES, MOBILE PHONES, OR TABLETS DURING THE SUMMER CAMPS. If you arrive by train or plane and bring a mobile phone to facilitate logistics, it will be stored at the office upon arrival at the camp.

If you lack any equipment you can use our rental service and will be ready for your arrival.



– Full board accommodation, from dinner on the first day to breakfast on the last day

– Internal trips with internal vehicles of the Club as well as external taxi services for special activities that require it

– Specific materials to participate in the activities (except bicycle)

– Monitoring 24 hours a day

– Compulsory accident insurance and liability insurance

– Assegurança d’accidents i assegurança de responsabilitat civil obligatòries


Day 1

Welcome to the Pyrenees! Our camp sits at 1,900 meters high surrounded by pine trees.. It’s mid-afternoon and the camp’s parking lot begins to fill in no time at all. Families start to unload their bicycles, helmets, enormous backpacks… and the gears start to turn. The majority of you will be here for a week, with the more daring being here for two in different camps. We get situated and place ourselves in groups. Some of us already know each other from other summers and some from the winter. We meet our instructors and play games to get to know each other.

Day 2

First morning. The singing of the birds will rouse even the sleepiest among us. The campers are bursting with energy. -What’s the plan for today, Connor?- Someone asks from the sleeping bag. In the morning we will attend an orientation run, exploring the campsite and surrounding area. In the afternoon: Community Service. The benches need a little painting and in Arànser we’ll lend a hand with the henhouse. After having dinner, night gymkhana (field day). Careful, it’s cold! Jackets should be zipped up tight!

Day 3

After yesterday’s long adventure, a big breakfast is the best way to start the day! And what a breakfast it is! Delicious food filling our bellies, eating in the woods with the grass in between our toes and the sun warming our faces. There are all kinds of meals for everyone; cereal, cold cuts (ham, turkey…), jam, juice, chocolate, fruit, bread, milk… Today is BTT day. Some bring their own bikes from home, others rent them at the camp. Once everybody is ready, let’s ride downhill! We arrive at Martinet and follow the Segre river until the Hípica de Prats: bridges, cows, mud and nettle. Before lunch we take a quick swim in the river. Be careful not to get too comfy, we still need to ride back. We will ride a total of 25 kilometers on two wheels! In the afternoon our legs will be begging for a break, so a nice horse ride will suit us well.

Day 4

Today we get up early. The Wild Adventure, Aventura Jr., Minairons, Equitación and Bike camps are going to Estanys de la Pera. The bravest among us will take a dip in the lake to relieve themselves of the heat. Afterwards we continue our ascent to Perafita’s peak (2,752 meters). From there we jump to Andorra. What a trek we have done today! At Claror park everyone organizes themselves and helps set up camp for the night. Some help set up the kitchen and make soup, others might go and purify water. As night falls we play games, tell stories and bask in the light of the stars.

Day 5

Breakfast time! Time to give our legs a well deserved rest. Afterwards we pack up our bags and follow the GR-11 trail to Refugi de Prat Miró, and from there to the campsite. After a two day hike traversing over 28 kilometers and 1,400 meters of accumulated incline, we are all thinking about taking a hot shower. Prepare the solar panels! At night the camp terrace is transformed into an outdoor cinema.

Day 6

Today is the highlight of the camp as we descend to el Barranc de La Vansa. Despite it being the middle of summer, the water is still cold. Thankfully, we have wetsuits. We spend the morning leaping from rocks, swimming, and sliding down the natural rock slides. A unique adventure that few get to experience. After a morning of swimming we break for lunch. We devour pasta salad and fried chicken under the shade of the trees at Parc del Segre in La Seu d´Urgell. In the afternoon we visit the Romanesque cathedral in the old town while we have an ice cream.

Day 7

Today all of the camps share their last moments together. We form groups and go on an adventure raid where we will put all our skills to the test: archery, orientation, BTT… At midday our families begin to arrive. Hugs are given, tears are shed, and phone numbers are exchanged. Some stay another week and continue their adventure, others will remember it back home reading our blog posts with their siblings and friends. Until next summer!