Soliv@

2020

Soliv@

2020

Collection by Soliv@

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    03:10
    7.01 mi
    2.2 mph
    975 ft
    975 ft
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    01:44
    3.32 mi
    1.9 mph
    750 ft
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  • 04:00
    7.75 mi
    1.9 mph
    2,700 ft
    2,700 ft

    Taking advantage of the signage of Itinerànnia and the half marathon of the Mare de Déu del Mont, we were able to do this route that I had a look for a long time but was not clear about the route. It is a varied route, with little-traveled places and little-known views. Notably, a nest with three vultures on the main cliff, going up to the Soler. That if, they are 12 km long and 800 m of difference of level by a typically garrotxí landscape, that is to say: rough and of bad track.

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    03:03
    7.70 mi
    2.5 mph
    900 ft
    925 ft
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    02:38
    7.94 mi
    3.0 mph
    225 ft
    275 ft

    Follow the main road to the bottom of the motorway and then follow more or less parallel to the river to the confluence of the Llémena and the Sant Gregori sports area. Return by the royal road.

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    03:55
    8.31 mi
    2.1 mph
    2,700 ft
    2,725 ft

    Taking advantage of the fact that the Tregurà track is in very good condition, we left the car very close to the road that goes up from Tregurà, in a widening near the 1760 level. From there we followed the traditional path (yellow signs to the pass dels Tres Pics) and the ridge path to the Balandrau. Right choice, because the most used parking spot, under the Castle of the Moors, was a car crash.

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    01:51
    4.54 mi
    2.4 mph
    750 ft
    775 ft

    Very pleasant walk from Bonmatí, with a good view of Anglès and the mountain of Santa Bàrbara from the church of Sant Julià del Llor and a surprising return following the torrent of La Canova. Too bad it doesn't carry water now. In the fall, and after a heavy downpour of rain, it can be very appealing.

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    02:56
    6.19 mi
    2.1 mph
    1,875 ft
    1,900 ft

    Another magnificent Garrotxa outing. That if, although the path is obvious (and milled) all the time, it is advisable to bring a track or a good review because the most interesting part, between Coll d'Uria and La Salut, does not appear on the maps or is signposted. We will repeat it in the fall. For sure.

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    02:09
    22.9 mi
    10.7 mph
    325 ft
    325 ft
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    01:36
    14.9 mi
    9.3 mph
    400 ft
    475 ft
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    01:21
    13.2 mi
    9.7 mph
    275 ft
    275 ft
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    01:47
    3.89 mi
    2.2 mph
    650 ft
    675 ft

    Short walk from the church of Sant Julià de Ramis to the castle (now a hotel-museum-restaurant), the Iberian-Roman site and the church of the Sants Metges, returning along the path that borders the gorge.
    As an unexpected surprise, we can see the first snowfall in the Pyrenees: Canigó, Vallter and Puigmal.

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    03:13
    6.82 mi
    2.1 mph
    1,225 ft
    1,150 ft

    Very interesting route from the Pasteral to the jump of the Olla de Gorners. Varied (quarries, caves or mines, dolmen, views over the Ter, chestnut trees, Bassi fountain, jumping water) and good to do if you have the right directions (review or track gps). Notably, autumn should be spectacular if it is a year of rain and chestnuts.

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    05:01
    10.3 mi
    2.1 mph
    2,050 ft
    2,150 ft

    Demanding route due to its length (17 km), elevation gain (720 m) and some very straight and poorly milled sections of road. The rest is a marked path, by tracks or paths, and only has the complication of the ascent to the castle of Bac Grillera by the chain that, if it is not clear, can be trapped on the left.

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    05:52
    7.84 mi
    1.3 mph
    2,575 ft
    2,475 ft
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    7.55 mi
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    2,125 ft
    2,125 ft

    Alternative route to the best known from the Borderiol pass. It passes by the Llops fountain, the Rupitosa fountain and, shortly afterwards, climbs very decisively towards the Turó Gros del Pujol. Then just follow the ridge to the cross.
    Attention to the first section of ascent after the Rupitosa fountain to take the Turó Gros path correctly. If we are wrong, nothing happens either, you will pass by the Cordes ravine, which is another of the paths to climb the Matagalls ridge. A little longer, but very nice.

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    5.66 mi
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    1,500 ft
    1,350 ft

    Route that begins where the GR83 leaves the track of the Sobirà, goes down towards the torrent of the source of the Gavatx and follows by the GR until finding the traditional way to Sant Miquel de les Formigues from the source of the Drinkers. The return from the top is by a very steep path that leads first to the ruined house of Borrell and then to the source of the ant and the jump of Sant Martí. This descent is not signposted and only a few landmarks are found, but the path is evident most of the stretch. Normally, this route is done in reverse, to make the hardest part of the climb. Watch your knees!

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    6.34 mi
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    2,000 ft
    1,925 ft
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    01:54
    7.47 mi
    3.9 mph
    1,575 ft
    1,600 ft

    Can you bathe?

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    05:18
    9.53 mi
    1.8 mph
    2,350 ft
    2,300 ft

    This route links two outstanding elements of the Vallfogona environment. On the one hand, follow the Masica torrent to the end of the signposted section. And then it connects with the PR that comes from Santa Magdalena de Cambrils and leads to the castle of Milany. The descent is along the signposted path (GR, PR and Itinerànnia) of the castle from Vallfogona.
    It should be borne in mind that the link from the Masica torrent to find the PR is only signposted with some landmarks and red graffiti that must be monitored because they are not always very visible. Also, the path is not milled and you need to bring a map or follow a track of the route.

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    04:23
    7.72 mi
    1.8 mph
    1,525 ft
    1,550 ft

    This route largely follows the signposted paths from Santa Pau to Sant Julià del Mont. Only, on the descent, take a ridge that leads to Sant Martí vell and is not signposted and the trail becomes confusing towards km 10 where we have to leave the ridge to go down to Sant Martí vell. Be very careful at this point as following the ridge leads to a sack ass.

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    02:20
    5.53 mi
    2.4 mph
    550 ft
    525 ft
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    03:21
    6.52 mi
    1.9 mph
    725 ft
    700 ft
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    05:08
    8.52 mi
    1.7 mph
    2,250 ft
    2,125 ft

    It is probably the best excursion that can be made to the Gironès, due to the variety of environments, gradient and views. Especially noteworthy is the entire route of the ridge, along the edge of the cliff, and the descent following the Rocacorba stream. Hallucinating.

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Collection Stats

  • Tours
    90
  • Distance
    674 mi
  • Duration
    266:26 h
  • Elevation
    137,075 ft

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