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Magnifique randonnée en partie sous les arbres >> ombrée. Très beaux points de vue tout du long et, au sommet, le paysage est superbe ! Certains passages sur un chemin surélevé de pierres blanches sont aussi très beaux (une petite muraille de chine...:)

Très belle randonnée, chemin facile avec peu de dénivelé. Je suis partie à pied par la piste forestière, je n’ai pas osé passer en voiture!

Really amazing trails , yust we were unlucky with weather (foggy ,rainy), so unstable and slippery rocks.

1 month ago

Following the signposts for the Gr221. This part of the trail is well marked. The climb after Banyalbufar is steep and on paved roads.

A good challenging loop, if isolation is what you are looking for then this is perfect. The inclines are difficult in the heat so take plenty of food and water. If you carry on up the road by car at the start of the walk there is a car park which is better for leaving your car all day. Distance stated is shorter than reality so bear this in mind

Great trail for running!

Very nice and easy trail suitable really suitable for all types of hikers.

Très agréable. Sentier « roulant », quasiment aucun dénivelé, de longs passage dans la pinède donc ombragés. Belle vue sur Pico Teide et Pico Viejo. Possible de se garer à l’aire de picnic (avec toilettes et barbecue) mais pas mal d’ornières sur la piste (2.5 km), attention à la voiture de location ;) Sinon parking à bord de la route ce qui rallonge un peu la balade.

This was a more leisurely walk up a long, but very gradual incline. The trail is in good condition. Weather good, but some rain at the end. There were several small, very neat towns along the way to get a rest, a snack or use the facilities. Finally off the meseta, there were trees and a couple of deer. It was a welcome change of landscape. Got a pilgrims blessing from a Benedictine monk at an 11th century church built by the Templars. Very few people on the trail today, but met 2 nurses from New Zealand at dinner. Tomorrow will be a long one. Headed to the Iron Cross in the am, then on to Ponferrada.

Absolutely stunning trail most of the time. From south to north, in the right season, lots of wildflowers and enough variation in fauna and flora. Interesting historical features along the way, and cafes and albergues aplenty. Enjoyed this 7-8 week walk/hike very much. Didn’t find it hard overall but there were certainly some tough sections. Most of the trail very good to walk on, with only some rocky or after rain sticky mud sections. Moderate amount of on-road walking involved which we found harder on our feet than anything else.

One of the best walks in our lives~ truly exquisite alpine pyrenees hike. Pristine waterfalls, meadows. Actually 10.1 miles in 6 hours so we are taking a taxi down. We left the car in the parking at the ranger booth. The trails were clearly marked and conditions excellent to Estany Llong. The tiny road also runs along the path sometimes to the Refugios but only taxis allowed to pick hikers up at the highest elevation parking lot and carry them down for 5euro and change. Hike on the lower end or at the alpine lake summit~ your choice. It’s all waterfalls, meadows and mountains.

Just finished this stage of the Camino. It was very enjoyable-despite a few days of rain. Mostly up and down , some pavement, some old country roads. Beautiful countryside, farm animals, small villages, old stone walls and fabulous knotty old trees. Wonderful.

mountain biking
5 months ago

Existe un lugar en España con una extensión que dobla a la de toda Bélgica, con una densidad de población similar a la de Laponia o las Highlands Escocesas, solo 6,99 hab/km². Es la Laponia Española. Así se conoce a la Serranía Celtibérica, que comprende territorios pertenecientes a 10 provincias (Teruel, Guadalajara, Cuenca, Soria, Zaragoza, Burgos, La Rioja, Segovia, Castellón y Valencia) y que representa un 13% de la extensión total de España.

This is a great trail with modest height gain and relatively easy, although quite long and with minimal shade for long stretches. Great views of Teide, Black Mountain and Chinyero throughout. We didn’t risk our hire car on the road to the car park at the trailhead - instead parking at the paved road junction. However a few smaller cars were in the car park and if you are confident in height clearance and avoiding potholes then you should be fine - 4x4s would have no problem.

Stunning views from the highest point up and down the north coast. Tough walk out of valdemossa and steep and slippery terrain down to deia. This is a good 5 hour walk.

no shade
6 months ago

It will probably be obvious when you arrive, but don't expect any shade during this hike. The entire trail is on a rocky surface. The views are stunning though. I'd say I'm an above average hiker, by no means very experienced, and it took me about 7 hours to complete. The final approach to the top is quite hard

The biggest part of the trail is over roads, not really a feeling of hiking in nature.

Muy buena ruta para disfrutar del agua, varias pozas para bañarse aparte del rió. Mucha vegetación.

7 months ago

7 months ago

11 months ago

One of a network of enjoyable trails surrounding Tamariu. Trails can follow dirt roads (some of which are regularly used, so watch for cars) while other trails are well-maintained narrow paths through thick pine forest. Most trails are easily accessible from Tamariu streets and there are quite a variety of combinations possible, so you can go on short, medium, or long walks that have a variety of skill/difficulty levels. This particular trip was taken with a toddler (carried half of the time) and two six-year-olds, which is reflected in the rather leisurely pace. NOTE: AllTrail’s dotted map lines may not represent the actual path (see 6 July 2018 example)

This is our third day on the Camino and I was under the impression it would be very hard to to the elevation. I was pleasantly surprised to find out it wasn't as bad as I thought, yesterday was much harder. The hotel we are staying at tonight has an in-house masseuse. my wife and I are getting 15 minute lower body massages.

Today is our first day on the Camino and is also the longest hike I've ever done. It was very challenging just because of the distance. My feet are killing me but the hotel we're staying at has a foot massage chair and worth the 2 Euros. We were invited by our sweet friends to the Camino as a marriage retreat. we are excited to see how far we can push ourselves physically and mentally.

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