La Hasta

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Address
La Hasta, Lina, Surba, Tarascon-sur-Ariege, ARIEGE 09400

Tel/Fax
00 33 561 055992

Email
info@lahasta.com

Website
lahasta.com

Costs
The La Hasta Gite (for up to 8 people) costs 650€ per week or 100€ per night(low season) and 850€ per week (high season).

Opening times
All year round

Notes
Spacious 4 bedroom gite with superb mountain views. Use of a large mature garden and a proper 10 * 5 metre swimming pool. Sun terrace with seating to enjoy a relaxed and tranquil holiday.

We are situated within minutes of the some of the most interesting and varied climbing in the Ariege... All limestone, there are 250+ routes ranging from 10 to 250 metres in length, graded from F3c to F8c.

Further afield, the Ariege offers more than 2000 routes on limestone and granite... Single and multi-pitch sport and trad climbing (the longest multi-pitch is 1150 metres) and bouldering.

We also offer combined yoga and climbing holidays - Yoga is great for improving flexibility, balance, stamina and mental focus.

Directions
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Gear shop
Telemark-Pyrenees in Ax-Les-Thermes, Aux Vieux Campeur (nr Toulouse) and Decathlon in Foix

Nearby pubs
There are a plenty of bars and restaurants in Tarascon-sur-Ariege

Crags
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These details were last updated on 09/May/2015

User Comments

Had a very good 10 days staying in the gite, everything I would expect from good climbing accommodation including good crag access, good supermarket and boulangerie access, great views and a nice place to unwind with a beer. The location really is superb and the hassle was very minimal. Highly recommended and very competitive for the area.
mattgrange - 15/Apr/14

We've just returned from a fantastic week climbing in this part of Ariege. Excellent, relaxing accommodation at La Hasta (we had the gite) - superb hosts, and a great location, close to the single and multi-pitch limestone routes at Calames and Sedour (you can see the crag from the garden!), a stone's throw from the granite crags at Auzat, and within striking distance of the fantastic long granite routes on the Dent d'Orlu - definitely worth a visit. We'll be back for more next year.
Maggie - 30/May/10

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