Demanding route in the Llémena valley, conditioned by the difference in level accumulated by the siphons when climbing the different peaks. The last one is especially long and hard, between the neck of the ladder and the cross of Llonc. Apart from that, a beautiful ridge route, with several windows overlooking both the side of Canet d'Adri and the rieta and Rocacorba massif and the Llémena valley. Notably, a visit to the Banya del Boc volcano is a worthy end to the excursion.
Quite an irregular but very interesting route that allows access to the castle of Sant Miquel, the viewpoint of the Congost, the oratory of the Sant Sixt and Hou and the Victoria mines from the bridge over the N2 variant, in Campdurà, where there is space for to park a few vehicles.
Due to problems with the registration of elevations of the gps track, the actual difference in level is about 680 m accumulated.
The whole way is by well-defined and busy track or paths.
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Return to municipal confinement. Since it has not snowed in Girona and we want to see if we touch snow, we go up to Sant Miquel and make the ridge towards Els Àngels to the Pau Birol pass. Snow, little. But we see some bumps in the ground and even a few laps fall to the top of the ridge.
Route that connects the Celré valley with Montnegre and Castellar. Varied and very quiet. It only has the disadvantage of a fairly long stretch along the Montnegre road which is offset by the panoramic views towards Montseny and the plain of La Selva going down towards Castellar.
Very beautiful route that follows the different old mills of the Rimau stream. We only leave the Xuncla mill because it is a hair separate from the route.
Just note that you should find an alternative route back to the car as it has a fairly long stretch on asphalt, despite its quiet, sunny and with good panoramic views of the area.
New exit to the Victoria mines. This time trying to find a more direct path from Campdurà. It is not there, and this is the consequence of the strong round we made in the beginning. After clearing a stretch of access road to the loader that was very dirty, we returned by the ridge path above the pit of the saints. And to complete the day, we climbed to the mountain of the gorge. But he has no sight. It's all forest.
Improvised route on the go as it is raining all the time. From the cemetery of Taialà to Sant Medir, by track and local road. Then, by local road until you find the path that comes from the Carrasquet bridge, and finally, by path to Taialà. At least we take advantage of this gorgeous day.
We repeat the climb to Sant Grau from Constantins because it has been raining since the first hour and it doesn't look like it will stop. It rains all the way, so we try to go as far as we can along wide tracks to avoid getting wet more than we should.
The only problem was the fog, which, despite having the track ready, confused us a bit when we reached the ridge of Sant Grau. A warning that cannot be missed when there is fog. Referrals are lost and it can entangle you without even realizing it. To keep in mind!
With the county confinement we continue to rediscover places and peaks of the county that we already knew from other times but in new ways. This time we went to Cadiretes from the Font Bona urbanization, in Llagostera. We were surprised at how short it was (an hour to the top), and also that we could not see the sea as God commands. There was little visibility, although the weather was good enough. Interesting route, which can be extended to Sant Grau d'Ardenya and the castle of Montagut without lengthening it much.
A route we had been waiting for a long time. We had already climbed Rocacorba along the ridge and down the stream other times, but we had never made the whole stream before, from the houses in the Rocacorba neighborhood to Canet. And it has been magnificent. It may not be the best time yet, but with the forest full of primroses, violets and trees starting to sprout it has been a delightful walk. Recommended, taking into account the length and the differences in level.