Trekking routes

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Ruta de la Daina

A route where children can ride donkeys. This route will start from the Romanyà de la Selva era, reach the dolmen of the Daina cave and return to the starting point.

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Arbres Spring

Route suitable for all ages, with a fairly flat gradient that is manageable for everyone.

Ideal for families and as an introduction to mountain trekking. Trekkers can enjoy nature accompanied by donkeys that carry their backpacks and other gear.

Under-10s can ride on the donkey that accompanies them.

We’ll discover the ruins of Mas Sala, the Llach Chestnut Grove and the Arbres Spring.

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Josepa Spring

This trek is suitable for people accustomed to hiking. The route has some steep gradients but is suitable for everyone.

Ideal as a family excursion or as an introduction to mountain trekking, this is a great way to enjoy nature accompanied by pack donkeys that carry your backpacks and other gear.

Under-10s can ride on the donkey that accompanies them.

We’ll discover the Ruda Spring, the Furroi Hut, the Roca Grossa (Big Rock), the Roquet Kist and the Josepa Spring.

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Verneda Stream

Trek alongside the Verneda Stream with some steep gradients.

This route is not suitable for those unaccustomed to trekking.

We’ll discover riverside vegetation and trees, the Can Bota fields and the El Roquetal shelter, where we’ll stop for a rest and a coffee, tea or infusion with some pastries and fruit.

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Puig d’Arques Peak

Route along paths and trails with steep gradients. Not suitable for children unaccustomed to trekking.
We’ll discover the highest peaks of the Les Gavarres Massif, the dolmen of Puig d’Arques, the hollows of the Daró and Verneda streams and the El Roquetal shelter, where we’ll stop to rest and have lunch.
Lunch is included in the price, but no special lunches (e.g. gluten-free lunch) can be provided.

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