Here you can find all the answers to your questions regarding your adventures and more.
We understand that it's really texty and boring, but we would recommend giving it a quick once over in the section relevent to you. This just ensures that everything flows as it should and also saves any disappointment! We've tried to make it as easy to navigate and digest as possible.
It's laid out in the following sections: General Booking - Quad Adventure - Downhill Descent - Guided Walks - Kayaking - River Rafting - Paragliding - Shooting - Lunch.
If you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to get in touch with us!

Sounds Great, How do I book?

We're really pleased that you'd like to book. First thing's first, you'll have to get in touch with us, you can do this through the website & filing in a contact form, emailing us directly at info@espuna-adventure.com or giving us a call on 0034 968 631 008.
We'll need to know the following at the first step:
 - Date
- Number of people & Quads (if applicable)

We'll check availability and get back to you, once availability is confirmed, we'll need the following:
 - Name & Surname.

 - Email & Mobile Phone Number.

 - Confirmation of how many people there will be, as well as their ages & approx sizes. 

 - Will Anybody be joining you for lunch? Any dietary requirements?

 - Card Details to secure the booking.

To save disappointment, we'd advise to make reservations in advance.
Though it's possible that we'll have spaces available at the last minute, it's certainly not always the case and we cannot guarantee availbility of any of our adventures without prior booking.
In high season, we're normally booked up about a week in advance, in low season, a couple of days is usually more than suficient.

Can I just turn up without a booking?

How will I pay?

Although we have your details on file, that is only to secure the booking.
You will pay on the day, post activity. you can pay with cash or card, as you prefer. Please note that we don't accept American Express.

We don't allow the consumption of any alocholic beverages before any of our events.
This is for liscensing reasons as well as safety reasons.

Can I have a beer before my tour?

What happens if it's bad weather?

In case of bad weather conditions, we shall postpone your event and try and reschedule for as soon as possible.

There will be no charge in case of bad weather and not being able to reschedule on a date to suit.

We are fully insured and liscensed on our end, you should check with your insurance company to see if you're insured to take part in adventures however. You should do this preferably before arrival, rather than try and find out on the day of the adventure when you might potentially hold things up.
If not, we charge €3.50 per person for personal injury insurance

Am I insured?

Arrival at HQ.

Always try to arrival at least 15 minutes prior to the stated departure time on your confirmation e-mail. You can find directions to us as wel as our gogle maps link on our contact page.
In case of arrival more than 15 minutes late, we cannot guarantee that the event won't have left without you. In this event, we'd try and reschedule you for later in the day. If that's no possible, unfortunately, the cost of your event will still be due.

The swimming pool on site is for exclusive use of hotel guests only.

can we use the pool?

 

Restrictions.

Due to liscensing reasons, you must be 18 years old or over to ride your own 250cc quad and have passengers. 16 & 17 year olds are permitted to ride 50cc quad bikes, without passengers.
Everybody under 16 must ride as a passenger with an adult. 6 years old is the youngest permitted rider for these tours.
There is also a permitted weight limit, which is 200kg combined weight of driver & passenger. If you book the tour as a double, but your combined weight surpasses this limit, unfortunately we'll have to kindly ask if you ride a single quad each, at your own cost.

 - Minimum. We need 2 quads to be able to operate a tour, this could either be 2 singles or 2 doubles, or one of each. We won't operate the tour for any less than this.
 - Maximum. The most quads that we are permitted to operate with on any given tour is 6, unless we can have a secondary guide available and then we can up the limit to 8. Under no circumstances can we operate tours with more than 8 quads.

Maximum or Minimum Numbers?

What should we wear?

For the best comfort and to comply with the rulings, we recomend that you wear the following:
 - Sensible Footwear: Trainers, sneakers or other sporty shoe. No high heels, sandals, plimsols or flip-flops. This is really import, so important in fact that anybody who turns up without adecuate footwear, will be denied access to their event, but it will still have to be paid for.

 - Sensible Clothing: Please dress for the weather. Shorts & breathable T-shirt is great for the summer, but in colder weather you'll need some sporty trousers & a jumper. A jacket or coat if it's overcast or windy. If it's very cold, gloves are also recommended. 

As well as sensible clothing (see above), we would also recommend the following:

 - Water. The most important thing, there are no excuses for not having any (Preferably in a reusable bottle and not a plastic bottle), especially from May-September when temperatures are +30 degrees most days. We sell water at HQ in case you forget to bring some leaving home.
 - Snack. Nothing huge, as lunch is included, but if you're the kind of person that might get peckish midmorning, we'd recommend a small something. All trash should be disposed of sensibly however.

 - Mobile phone. To keep up with the insta-life and take all those selfies. You can also bring a Conventional Camera on this event if you'd like.

 - I.D.

 - Sunglasses. For both dust & glare.

 - Sun Cream. Temperatures in the height of the summer can reach +45 degrees, if you don't have cream or cover up, you will burn,

 - Change of Clothes: Optional.

 Towel & Swimwear (2 or 3 hour tour only): From April-October, the lake can be warm enough to have a quick dip in its blue waters. If you fancy it, we would recommend that you bring swimwear; there are no changing facilities at the lake however, so we’d recommend that you have your swimwear on underneath your clothes. For the towel, we would say that you leave it at the hotel where you can make the most of our changing facilities when you get back. If you take it with you, it’ll just get dusty! In case of taking up this option, we'd also recommend bringing a carrier bag so that you can put your wet clothes in.

 - Buff or other Sporty Face Mask: It can get very dusty during the summer months, this will keep you from eating dust.

 - Small Backpack.

All personal items are your responsability at all times, we the organisers and staff take no responsability over your items in case of theft, loss or breakage.

What should I bring along?

Do I have to wear a helmet? Can I bring my own?

Yes. Everybody taking part in this event must wear a helmet while riding the vehicule. You're more than welcome to bring your own helmet for sizing and comfort reasons if it is adecuate for riding quads or motorbikes.

Our 2 & 3 hour tours plan to get to the lake, but unfortunately there isn't the time in the one hour tour.
Eve on the 2 or 3 hour tours though, we cannot guarantee arrival at the lake as it depends on ability of riders & weather &/or track conditions.

will we get to the lake?

 
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Quad Adventure FAQ & HELP SECTION

Restrictions.

10 is the minimum age for this activity, and everybody taking part must be at least 1.40m in height. Everybody should also know how to ride a bike.

 - Minimum. 5 pax. We need 5 people to operate this event. If you're only a couple, don't worry about it as we will try to add others onto your date to make up the numbers.
 - Maximum. 15 pax. We can't operate this event with more than 15 people.

Maximum or Minimum Numbers?

What should we wear?

For the best comfort and to comply with the rulings, we recomend that you wear the following:
 - Sensible Footwear: Trainers, sneakers or other sporty shoe. No high heels, sandals, plimsols or flip-flops. This is really import, so important in fact that anybody who turns up without adecuate footwear, will be denied access to their event, but it will still have to be paid for.

 - Sensible Clothing: Please dress for the weather. Shorts & breathable T-shirt is great for the summer, but in colder weather you'll need some sporty trousers & a jumper. A jacket or coat if it's overcast or windy. If it's very cold, gloves are also recommended. Don't forget this activity starts at around 1,500 metres above sea level, it can be 5 or 6 degrees colder up the top than it is at 400 metres where HQ is based.

As well as sensible clothing (see above), we would also recommend the following:

 - Water. The most important thing, there are no excuses for not having any, (Preferably in a reusable bottle and not a plastic bottle), especially from May-September when temperatures are +30 degrees most days. We sell water at HQ in case you forget to bring some leaving home.
 - Snack. Nothing huge, as lunch is included, but if you're the kind of person that might get peckish midmorning, we'd recommend a small something. All trash should be disposed of sensibly however.

 - Mobile phone. To keep up with the insta-life and take all those selfies. We wouldn't recommend a conventional camera for this event.

 - I.D.

 - Sunglasses. For both dust & glare.

 - Sun Cream. Temperatures in the height of the summer can reach +45 degrees, don't forget your sun-cream, you'll be outside for most of the morning.

 - Change of Clothes: Optional.

 - Small Backpack.

All personal items are your responsability at all times, we the organisers and staff take no responsability over your items in case of theft, loss or breakage.

What should I bring along?

Do I have to wear a helmet?

Yes. Everybody taking part in this event must wear a helmet while riding the bike.

You're more than welcome to bring your own bicycle and/or helmet if you'd prefer.

In case of bringing own bicycle, you should inform us before arrival (preferably when booking) that you'll be doing so, and ensure arrival time at least 20 minutes prior to departure time. Bikes should also be adecuate for riding in the mountains.

Can I bring my own bike? helmet?

 
Mountain Bike

downhill descent FAQ & HELP SECTION

Restrictions.

There is no set minimum age for this, but we'd say around 10 years old. At the end of the day, you know your child better than we do, and would know if they could handle this event or not.
We would expect everybody to have some form of basic fitnss & be able to manage a 3 hour or so walk with no issues.

 - Minimum. We need at least 15 people to operate these events. If you're only a couple, don't worry about it as we will try to add others onto your date to make up the numbers.
 - Maximum. 30 pax.
For private bookings, we'd need a minimum of 4 people.

Maximum or Minimum Numbers?

What should we wear?

For the best comfort and to comply with the rulings, we recomend that you wear the following:
 - Sensible Footwear: We cannot stress this enough. Walking shoes or walking boots. Good quality trainers at a push. Sandals, (even so-called walking sandals), fli-flops, high hights, plimsols, etc are all a no-no. Sensible socks are also preferable too. Good merino wool ones are the best. We reserve the right to turn you away if you haven't got the right footwear. In this scenario, you'd still have to pay.

 - Sensible Clothing: Dress for the weather. Breathable T-shirt & shorts if nice, a pullover if chilly or overcast. Windbreaker if it's a bit blowy. Gloves if it's very cold.

As well as sensible clothing (see above), we would also recommend the following:

 - Water. The most important thing, there are no excuses for not having any. Preferably in a reusable bottle and not a plastic bottle. Though we sell water at HQ in case you forget to bring some leaving home.

 - Mobile phone. To keep up with the insta-life and take all those selfies. You can also take a Conventional Camera on this event if you'd like.

 - Sunglasses & Baseball Cap or Sunhat. 

 - Sun Cream. If it's a nice sunny day, we would recommend you bring some as it can hit 30 degrees even during the cooler walking season that we operate these events in.

 - Clean Change of Clothes. (optional)

 - Small Change. Sometimes we stop off for a coffee at the halfway point.

 - Foldable Ponocho or Pac-a-mac. If it's forecast light rain.

 - Walking Pole. (Optional)

 - Small Backpack.

All personal items are your responsability at all times, we the organisers and staff take no responsability over your items in case of theft, loss or breakage.

What should I bring along?

can i bring my dog?

You're more than welcome to bring your dog with you on our walks. You should ensure that you bring enough water for the both of you and a doggie snack/treat also!
They should be friendly and also get along with other dogs. They should also be on a lead at all times unless you are 100% confident that they would return to you when called.
We aren't responsible in the case of your dog getting lost.

You should also be aware that in the early part of the year (January-March) there can be Thaumetopoea Pityocampa (also known as processionary catarpillars) infestations in the park. These catarpillars are deadly to dogs and caution should be had when walking in the park with a dog during these months.

We deem our standard walks as medium difficulty,
You should also ask yourself, "How fit am I?" and be honest to yourself. If you don't walk much and have a sedentary lifestyle, perhaps this isn't going to be activity for you.

Occasionally we will operate longer walks, these will be advertised separtately and they are rated as hard and, very hard if you're not a regular walker.

How hard is it?

 
Woodland Path

guided walk FAQ & HELP SECTION

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general booking FAQ & HELP SECTION

Park

espuña adventure FAQ & HELP page

The minimum age for these events is 6. Sadly, we can't take any children younger than this due to licensing reasons.
We would recommend that anybody under the age of 14 goes in a double with an adult.

Restrictions.

 - Minimum. We need at least 6 people to operate these events. If you're only a couple, don't worry about it as we will try to add others onto your date to make up the numbers.
 - Maximum. 16 pax. 

Maximum or Minimum Numbers?

What should we wear?

For the best comfort and to comply with the rulings, we recomend that you wear the following:
 - Sensible Footwear: Old trainers that you don't mind getting wet, aqua shoes, plimsols or jesus style sandals. No flip-flops or high-heels. We don't allow barefeet either as *if* you fell in, you could hurt yourself on the lakebed.

 - Sensible Clothing: Swimwear & a T-shirt that you don't mind getting wet. There isn't any changing facilities lakeside, so please arrive with this already on.

As well as sensible clothing (see above), we would also recommend the following:

 - Water. The most important thing, there are no excuses for not having any (Preferably in a reusable bottle and not a plastic bottle.) especially from May-September when temperatures are +30 degrees most days. We sell water at HQ in case you forget to bring some leaving home.

 - Mobile phone. To keep up with the insta-life and take all those selfies. Though we wouldn't recommend taking it out on the water with you. This event is also not suitable to take a Conventional Camera.

 - Sunglasses. For glare. Though prefarably just a cheap pair in case you fell in. Don't want to be losing those Ray-Bans!

 - Sun Cream. Temperatures in the height of the summer can reach +45 degrees, if you don't have cream or cover up, you will burn,

 - Towel & Clean Change of Clothes. 

 - Small Backpack.

All personal items are your responsability at all times, we the organisers and staff take no responsability over your items in case of theft, loss or breakage.

What should I bring along?

Do I need to wear a helmet? Lifejacket? Wetsuit?

Yes. Everybody taking part in this event must wear a helmet & lifejacket while taking part in the event.
Wetsuits aren't supplied. Wetsuits are mainly used for sports in which you will get submerged often, but once out of the water taken off. Wetsuits, once out of the wtaer, if stil worn, will get cold very quickly.

In this event, in the worst case scenario is getting dunked, though more than likely you'll just get splashed.

The worst case scenario would be getting dunked, though usually you'll just get very splashed!

Will i get wet?

Kayaking

kayaking FAQ & HELP SECTION

The minimum age for these events is 6. Sadly, we can't take any children younger than this due to licensing reasons.

Restrictions.

 - Minimum. We need at least 6 people to operate these events. If you're only a couple, don't worry about it as we will try to add others onto your date to make up the numbers.
 - Maximum. 20 pax. We can't operate this event with more than 20 people.

Maximum or Minimum Numbers?

What should we wear?

For the best comfort and to comply with the rulings, we recomend that you wear the following:
 - Sensible Footwear: Old trainers that you don't mind getting wet, aqua shoes, plimsols or jesus style sandals. No flip-flops or high-heels. We don't allow barefeet either as *if* you fell in, you could hurt yourself on the riverbed.

 - Sensible Clothing: Swimwear & a T-shirt that you don't mind getting wet. There isn't any changing facilities riverside, so please arrive with this already on.

As well as sensible clothing (see above), we would also recommend the following:

 - Water. The most important thing, there are no excuses for not having any (Preferably in a reusable bottle and not a plastic bottle), especially from May-September when temperatures are +30 degrees most days. We sell water at HQ in case you forget to bring some leaving home.

 - Mobile phone. To keep up with the insta-life and take all those selfies. Though we wouldn't recommend taking it out on the water with you. This event is also not suitable to take a Conventional Camera.

 - Snack. Nothing huge, maybe a piece of fruit or some biscuits. especially if you normally start to feel peckish around mid morning. Don't forget that Menu del Dia is included back at the hotel though!

 - Sunglasses. For glare. Though prefarably just a cheap pair in case you fell in. Don't want to be losing those Ray-Bans!

 - Sun Cream. Temperatures in the height of the summer can reach +45 degrees, if you don't have cream or cover up, you will burn,

 - Towel & Clean Change of Clothes. 

 - Small Backpack.

All personal items are your responsability at all times, we the organisers and staff take no responsability over your items in case of theft, loss or breakage.

What should I bring along?

Do I need to wear a helmet? Lifejacket? Wetsuit?

Yes. Everybody taking part in this event must wear a helmet & lifejacket while taking part in the event.
Wetsuits aren't supplied. Wetsuits are mainly used for sports in which you will get submerged often, but once out of the water taken off. Wetsuits, once out of the wtaer, if stil worn, will get cold very quickly.

In this event, in the worst case scenario is getting dunked, though more than likely you'll just get splashed.

The worst case scenario would be getting dunked, though usually you'll just get very splashed!

Will i get wet?

Water Paddles

river rafting FAQ & HELP SECTION

Restrictions.

The minimum age for these events is 12.

 - Minimum. We need at least 2 people to operate these events. We won't operate the tour for any less than this.
 - Maximum. The most people we can operate with this event is 12 people, but it would be "leapfrog", with some of the group spectating while some shoot and then swap over.

Maximum or Minimum Numbers?

What should we wear?

For the best comfort and to comply with the rulings, we recomend that you wear the following:
 - Sensible Footwear: Trainers, sneakers or other sporty shoe. No high heels, sandals, plimsols or flip-flops. This is really import, so important in fact that anybody who turns up without adecuate footwear, will be denied access to their event, but it will still have to be paid for.

 - Sensible Clothing: Please dress for the weather. Shorts & breathable T-shirt is great for the summer, but in colder weather you'll need some sporty trousers & a jumper. A jacket or coat if it's overcast or windy. If it's very cold, gloves are also recommended. 

As well as sensible clothing (see above), we would also recommend the following:

 - Water. The most important thing, there are no excuses for not having any (Preferably in a reusable bottle and not a plastic bottle), especially from May-September when temperatures are +30 degrees most days. We sell water at HQ in case you forget to bring some leaving home.
 - Snack. Nothing huge, as lunch is included, but if you're the kind of person that might get peckish midmorning, we'd recommend a small something. All trash should be disposed of sensibly however.

 - Mobile phone. To keep up with the insta-life and take all those selfies. You can also bring a conventional Camera on this event if you'd like.

 - I.D.

 - Sunglasses & Baseball Cap. For glare.

 - Sun Cream. Temperatures in the height of the summer can reach +45 degrees, if you don't have cream or cover up, you will burn,

 - Bug Spray. As this event is in the countryside, if you're suseptible to little beasties biting you, we'd recommend a mosquito spray for personal use.

 - Small Backpack.

All personal items are your responsability at all times, we the organisers and staff take no responsability over your items in case of theft, loss or breakage.

What should I bring along?

Restrictions.

You must be at least 10 years old to take part in this activity. All under 16's must have written permission from their parent or guardian.

Everybody taking part must also be of "sound body" and be able to walk or jog unimpeded.

 - Minimum. 1 person.
 - Maximum. 5 pax.

Maximum or Minimum Numbers?

What should we wear?

For the best comfort and to comply with the rulings, we recomend that you wear the following:
 - Sensible Footwear: We cannot stress this enough. Trainers please. Nothing else will do.

 - Sensible Clothing: Breathable T-shirt & long sporty trousers (not jeans or lycra though), light hoody or jumper as it can get cold even during the summer.

As well as sensible clothing (see above), we would also recommend the following:

 - Water. Even though this is operated in the evening, we'd recommend to bring some along. Sometimes there can be a small wait, especially if lots of people have signed up.

 - Mobile phone/Camera. The chance of dropping is real though. You take up your camera at your own risk. Otherwise they should stay on the ground where a family member or a member of staff can take photos & film you.

 - Sunglasses & Baseball Cap. 

 - Sun Cream. If doing event in middle of summer.

 - Sugary snack. (optional) If it's your first time flying, you can feel a bit queasy towards the end of your tour, coming back to terra firma. This might help ease your stomach. For this reason we'd also recommed only having a light lunch.

 - Small Backpack. For keeping your stuff together on the ground.

All personal items are your responsability at all times, we the organisers and staff take no responsability over your items in case of theft, loss or breakage.

What should I bring along?

I have dietary reguirements. can i be catered for?

We can cater for any dietary requirements. All we ask is that you kindly inform us when you book (or certainly a few days before you arrive!).
Our menu most days has a vegetarian option on it, and more often than not, that particular option is vegan friendly. generally there are a few gluten free options on the menu also. However, as it's a daily menu and it changes regularly, we cannot guarantee that that will be the case,

Please, please, please forewarn us of any dietary requirements or alergies and we'll do our absolute best to accomodate you!

You are more than welcome to bring some family or friends along if they want to join you for the day, but not take part in the events.
All we ask is that you book them in for the meal also, which currently costs 13 Euros per person during the week & 16€ on Sundays.

Please be aware that our pool area is exclusively for hotel guests however, so this is off limit if you're not staying in the hotel. There are various other seating areas dotted around the premises though, and they could chill and bring a book. Alternatively we can recommend a small stroll locally!

can we bring along other people, but not to take part in the activities?

Can I see a sample Menu?

Our menu changes regularly, below you can click on the button to see a sample Menu to see the standard of food we have on offer.

In case that you don't want lunch or haven't got the time for lunch: we can give you a voucher for you to use on another occasion.

What if I don't want lunch?

Image by Felipe Andrade

paragliding FAQ & HELP SECTION

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archery & shoot FAQ & HELP SECTION

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Lunch frequently asked questions & Help section