Saint-Lary is on the edge of the Pyrenees National Park and Néouvielle Nature Reserve. Unsurprisingly the people of Saint-Lary are strongly attached to their natural and cultural heritage!

The community is strongly committed to sustainable development, and more than 80% of the territory is now preserved and protected.

The Route des Lacs (Lake Road) allows visitors come as close as possible to the wide open spaces of the Néouvielle Nature Reserve, gateway to the Pyrenees National Park. Discover the beautiful lakeland scenery, where lakes and streams tumbling over waterfalls abound - a wonderful experience to share with the family.

The Rioumajou and Moudang valleys are two magnificent spaces also fairly easy to access. These two valleys open onto their fair share of beautiful landscapes. Rioumajou is at the beginning of several of the harder-going hikes. The Hospice du Rioumajou offers drinks and food to hikers.

The Aulon regional reserve is located at the foot of mount Arbizon with its unmissable visit to the Maison de la Nature at Aulon.

On the Spanish side, the Pyrenees National Park has its Aragonese counterpart with the National Park of Ordesa and Monte Perdido. Beyond is the exceptional site of the Sierra de Guara, best known for canyoning and white water rafting.

Walking on Pla d'Adet ( Saint-Lary 1700)