Summary A true breath of fresh mountain air just one hour’s drive from Barcelona centre. A relatively easy 11km circuit with a 700m climb to the peak offering spectacular views across Catalunya. Matagalls – 1698m At 1698m Matagalls is one of the 3 highest peaks of Montseny, the closest mountain range to Barcelona city centre.
Summary This is my favourite day hike from Barcelona. Just 30-45 minutes by train from the city centre, this route provides some truly spectacular views! Els Cingles de Bertí (Berti’s Crags) This is, without doubt, one of my favourite routes to visitors on, as it is just a short 30-45 minute train journey from the
Puigpedrós Summit (2914m) from Malniu Refuge At 2914m, Puigpedrós is the highest peak in the Spanish side of Cerdanya. It translates to “Rocky Peak”, as the summit of the mountain is covered with many large loose rocks. From the summit, you can see iconic mountains such as Canigò in France and Pedrosa in Andora. On
Summary Located in the Pre-Pyrenees, within the Cadí-Moixeró Natural Park in the comarca of Berguedà, the mountain’s striking twin peaks, coupled with the fact that it stands alone on the horizon, have made Pedraforca one of the most famous and emblematic mountains in Catalonia. Pedraforca The name Pedraforca means “Forked Rock”, referring to its distinctive shape