About Ana- Remoteana
Hi!My name is Ana, visual storyteller, writer, speaker & official Spanish editor of Collections at Komoot. I try to find balance in life by being outdoors and enjoying the wonders of this World.I love bikepacking remote areas while connecting with locals and their ancient cultures. Also love skiing, mountaineering and hiking.IG: @remoteana
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This second day is the queen stage of the Bikepacking Route through the Sierra de Albarracín. During its almost 62 kilometres, I invite you to make a few small detours on the original track in order to get to know the area much more thoroughly.
During the first kilometers of the Route, in a constant rise…April 20, 2023
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The first stage of self-sufficient bikepacking through the Sierra de Albarracín is not very physically demanding. During the almost 26 kilometers and 350 meters of positive elevation that make up this journey, there are several points where I suggest you stop to taste the essence of this wonderful place…April 20, 2023
- 11:2771.1 mi6.2 mph6,750 ft6,750 ftJose Ferri (INDAUTXU)🇪🇸, Jhon and Miguel Angel López Martín like this.
The Sierra de Albarracín is a region of Aragon located to the southwest of the province of Teruel. This circular route allows you to navigate not only the incredible reddish rock formations that rise up on the walls of this land, but also the mysterious rings of Liesegang, the transparent waters of the…April 20, 2023
In this third and last stage I recommend that you have a very good breakfast. And it is that, during the first five kilometers, a constant climb awaits you with ramps of up to 16% on an unpaved track.
Almost at the end of the descent, I recommend you stop to see the sanctuary of the Virgen de la Fuensanta…