If you want to practice orienteering as a game and a sport, come to Zegama. There are three circuits with several levels of difficulty for everyone to enjoy. The starting point is Parketxe de Anduetza where you will get the maps to lead you.
Different colours for each circuit:
· The yellow circuit is the easiest one, with 10 markers, mainly designed for young children (7-8). Kids will enjoy a safe limited area where parents can keep an eye on them or even join the game and play along.
· The orange circuit has 14 markers. Anyone in good shape to hike can do this circuit.
· The red circuit is the longest and most complete, with 17 markers.
Green Road Mutiloa-Ormaiztegi
The Green Road is another good hike for families. It has a didactic game of a route that combines orienteering, hiking and a lot of fun.
This route is a circular trail, also suitable for the Nordic walking technique. You and your kids will get the map and a pencil from the tourist office in Ormaiztegi, which is inside the Zumalacárregui Museum. To complete the game, you need to answer questions about the 10 marks in the circuit correctly. The questions are about nature, the environment, and mining.
Adventure Park in Lizarrusti Interpretation Centre
The Adventure Park of the Interpretation Center of Lizarrusti in Ataun is oriented to families, so they can enjoy their zip lines, charcoal, games made with dolmens, Tibetan bridge, via ferrata, caves…
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Canyoning in Aralar Nature Park
If you are a group of 4 people, in Aralar Natural Park you have the opportunity of a very thrilling activity: canyoning! Jump, rappell, and water-slide for 4-5 hours, with different levels of difficulty (for safety reasons, you need to be able to swim to enjoy this activity).
- 4-13 people: 40€
- 14-25 people: 38€
- +26 people: 26€
Starting and advance:
- 4-13 people: 50€
- 14-25 people: 48€
*Includes necessary technical material, guide and insurance.
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If you prefer a more relaxed trip, enjoy the recreational areas for breakfast, lunch, some reading, or anything you want. There are 10 areas in Goierri, some of them in the mountains and the rest in urban areas, with different facilities.
Please keep in mind:
– do not leave trash behind. Place it in the containers located in the recreational facilities. If fire is allowed, be extra careful, you could start a widespread fire.
– if you need to barbecue or grill, do it in the grills placed for that purpose, and always turn it off before leaving.
– respect the area. Flowers and trees should not be damaged. Animals should not be disturbed.
– leave your car in the parking areas
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