Mirador del Angliru is a rural hostel with bar and restaurant services. It is located in the way up to the mythical mountain pass, El Angliru, km. 4, next to the recreational area Viapará. The complex is placed within the Sierra del Aramo Protected Area, in the region Montaña Central Asturiana and the municipality of Riosa.
Its privileged position in Asturias center, only 20 km far from the capital, Oviedo, will allow you to visit and enjoy Gijón, Avilés and their beaches or the ski stations in approximately a half an hour trip.
It is also the ideal place to take bicycle or horseback tracks, hiking, trekking, snowshoeing, etc.
This hostel has two separate lodgings in its third floor with a maximum capacity of 30 people, each one of them with its own restroom and locker room.
Second floor accommodates a sitting room and a balcony with amazing views. In the same floor, there are 6 rooms, two of them double rooms with single beds and four of them with double beds. Each one of these rooms has its own complete bathroom. Optionally, some of them could be equipped with an extra bed or a cradle.
Ground floor has a bar-restaurant with a terrace in an unique mountainous landscape, El Angliru, where you could also taste our local cuisine after previous reservation.
In this floor there are also the reception desk and a restroom.
The hostel is surrounded by 190 000 m2 perfectly suitable for hiking and cycling. Car park and motor home park (with loading and unloading zone are available).
In summer time there is also available an exterior dining room equipped with a grill.
Pets are not allowed within the buildings, but there is a prepared exterior place for them (previous check with the hostel).
Smoking is forbidden.
The complex provides WiFi (remember we are in a high mountain area), background music, lift and an exterior bicycle storehouse.
There is a wide offer of activities to realize: juvenile seasonal camping, hiking, horseback tracking, ski touring, climbing, paragliding and cycling.
We also rent equipment: snowshoes, ski poles, sleighs and mountain bikes.