Cascada de Ordesa is a unofficial named waterfall in Parque Nacional de Ordesa. I run by the waterfall on my to Cascada Cola de Caballo, just before the end of the valley (Circo de Soasa). It looks like a karstic waterfall where the water directly runs out of the mountain.
Cascada de Ordesa is located in a scenic surrounding with beautiful colored water in front of the waterfall.
Cascada de Ordesa is part of Parque Nacional de Ordesa and is located near Torla in the region Aragon-Huesca, Spain.
From Biescas drive to Torla over road N260a, take the turn to Torla and Parque Nacional de Ordesa. There is the entry of the parc where it is possible to take several hikes. We choose the easy one, along the river Arazas, to the end of the valley where Cascada Cola de Caballo is located.
From the parc entry near Torla is takes 3-4 hours to get to the end. On the road/trail to Cascada Cola de Caballo you will pass by several waterfalls that are even more beautiful then Cascada Cola de Caballo: Casada del Estrecho, Cascada de Cotatuero (from a distance), Gradas de Soasa, Cascada de Arripas and several other small or unnamed falls.