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Programme: Day 1: Afternoon “Meeting the marmots” in the Orlu National Fauna and Flora Reserve. This walk accompanied by a guide from the Mountain Observatory is without difficulty. Your guide, a mountain specialist, will take you to the marmot meadow to observe them in their natural environment. You may also be lucky enough to see chamois, cousins of the chamois, which live in the Pyrenees. It will also be an opportunity to learn more about the different levels of vegetation and fauna thanks to the observation equipment made available to you. Count about 3h30 (round trip). Installation at the Auberge du Nabre in Mérens-les-Vals. Your accommodation, which is both a farm inn, guest rooms and a stopover gîte, is located in the small village of Mérens at an altitude of 1 m near the GR200, a hiking trail that crosses the Eastern Pyrenees in West. The spacious and completely renovated rooms can accommodate from 10 to 1 people. The inn's table offers local products from the farm. Dinner and overnight stay at the inn on site. Day 5: Breakfast. Short walk supervised by a mountain guide to the hot springs in the forest of Mérens to enjoy a moment of relaxation in a bath at 2°C. What a pleasure to stretch out, in the open air, in these basins which collect the naturally hot thermal water! Picnic provided by the hostel Price per person €37 per adult and €113 per child, based on a shared room Number of people: from 107 to 6 people. This price includes: 12 night and breakfast in a guest room, based on 1 people minimum, dinner at the inn and picnic, 2 half-day walks supervised by a mountain guide. This price does not include: transport, tourist tax, drinks with meals, optional insurance trip/cancellation (+ 2% of the total amount of the file).