Just over 100 kilometres (60 mi) from Barcelona in Spain’s Solsonès region lies the Busa mountain range. It’s characterised by its plateau – the Pla de Busa – which is surrounded by enormous rock walls, separating it from other mountains as if it were an island.
At first glance, it may seem remote and difficult to access, but nothing could be further from the truth. This area, which was once a natural prison, boasts unimaginable scenery and staggering natural architecture. You can also sample the local local food at the Masia de Pujol, a village steeped in history. This is the perfect route to enjoy gravel biking through unique landscapes.
For more details about the route (in Spanish) and a video, check out: pedalia.cc/sierra-de-busa-gravel-loop
Here is the Route that runs just over 100 kilometers from Barcelona, in the Solsonès region. The Busa mountain range forms a wide plateau, known as El Pla de Busa. Cut on all sides by other cliffs, it extends from the Vall d'Ora to the east to the Cardener Valley to the west. This is formed as a natural…
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