PR (Pequeño Recorrido) routes are shorter trails that show specific environments or end at a town or village, climbing hut or at a local site. Often it is possible to hike back to the village where you started by planning a route that takes in sections from various trails.
The signage system on PRs is the same as on the GR (Gran Recorrido) trails, though the colours used are white and yellow markings. The duration of PR routes can vary from a short walk, to half-day excursions, full-day excursions and even weekends.
PR – PEQUEÑO RECORRIDO (SHORT TRAIL)
Biescas is the central point in an interesting network of PR routes that stretches as far as the entrance to the Tena Valley and the Serrablo area.
PR-HU 1: Acumuer – Isín – Larrés – Sabiñánigo – Baranguá –L’Asieso – Latre – Caldearenas
PR-HU 2: Orós Bajo – Barbenuta – Espierre – Yésero
PR-HU 3: Oliván – detour to Susín – detour to Berbusa – Ainielle – Basarán – Bergua – Fiscal
PR-HU 4: Oliván –Shrine to Saint Orosia – Yebra de Basa
PR-HU 5: Shrine to Saint Orosia – Isún de Basa – Satué – Shrine to Saint Orosia
PR-HU 6: Yebra de Basa – Sobás – Fanlillo – Fiscal
PR-HU 7: Fanlillo – Espín – Fablo – Gillué – Cañardo – Laguarta
PR-HU 8: Hostal de Ipiés – Ipiés – Sandiás – Cerésola – Feminillosa – Bescós – Molino de Escartín – Gillué
PR-HU 10: Yosa de Sobremonte – Acumuer
PR-HU 78: Biescas (GR15) – Saint Elena’s Shrine – Biescas
PR-HU 79: New bridge over the River Sía (GR15) –Paco de Gavín – Bridge over the River Sía (GR15)
PR-HU 80: Biescas (Arratiecho Park, GR15 cross) – Witches’ Cottage (Casita de las Brujas) –Arratiecho Park (GR15)