Best dogs leash trails in Spain

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Explore the most popular dogs on leash trails in Spain with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.
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#1 - Senda de los Cazadores
Parque Nacional de Ordesa y Monte Perdido
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Length: 12.4 mi • Est. 7 h 2 m
This is a very interesting and beautiful route thanks to its impressive views of the entire Ordesa valley and its immense waterfalls such as El Cotaruelo. This route is not very difficult to do although it is dangerous if it is raining or covered with snow. Hikers can choose to drive to the trailhead or take a bus from Torla. After arriving at the parking lot, cross the Arazas River and take the road to the right. You will begin on a not too difficult ascend. After climbing for a while, you will reach Calcilarruego's viewpoint, where you have beautiful views of the Ordesa Valley. Follow the route (GR-11) until 3 Sorores (Cilindro, Monte Perdido and Soum de Ramond). You will slowly descend to the valley, reaching a crossroad. Go straight, the deviation to the right will take you to the Góriz Refuge. You will eventually see beautiful waterfalls on the Arazas river. Turn left at the Cascades del Estrecho and la Cueva, then return along the north side of the river.Show more
#2 - Mount Tibidabo Walking Route
Parc de Collserola
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Length: 5.3 mi • Est. 2 h 44 m
Mount Tibidabo is the highest point in Barcelona and one of the most important icons of Barcelona. From the top of the Mount you can enjoy the famous Pico Aserrado de Montserrat and the Pyrenees on the horizon. On this trail you will enjoy wooded hills, beautiful views and the oldest amusement park in Barcelona, opened in 1905 where you can enjoy more than 30 attractions. During the walk you will see the Expiatory Temple of the Sacred Heart, an impressive church visible from anywhere in Barcelona at night and the Collserola Tower, built for the 1992 Barcelona Olympics and tallest structure in the entire city. The Collserola National Park covers 8,000 hectares of protected forests and meadows and is the great green "lung" of Barcelona. In geographical terms, the mountain range incorporates two different biodiversity: the Euro-Iberian and the Mediterranean. Apart from the abundant flora, nature lovers will be interested to know that the park is home to 190 species of animals, including squirrels, foxes, the occasional wild boar and a wide variety of birds.Show more
#3 - Circuito Turó de Tagamanent desde Aiguafreda
Parc Natural del Montseny
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Length: 9.0 mi • Est. 5 h 26 m
This great circular route is recommended for all hikers from beginners to experts. Starting in Aiguafreda, this route continues along the GR-5 trail, where you will begin to climb the Montseny hills. After about an hour and a half of climbing, you will come across a set of trails. And it is here where you will find a small path that leads to the Hermitage of Santa María de Tagamanent, located on the top of Tagamanent Hill.Show more
#4 - Pedraforca Loop
Paratge Natural d'Interès Nacional del Massís del Pedraforca
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Length: 4.9 mi • Est. 4 h 3 m
Pedraforca is one of the most famous and beautiful mountains in Catalonia, located in the Sierra del Cadí, within the Cadí-Moixeró Natural Park. This route is very popular with Catalan culture and is known as the forked mountain, since its two peaks protrude like a gallows. You will pass through a beautiful forest, cross a hill and climb a rocky section. The views are fantastic and unforgettable. If you plan to hike or climb the steepest parts, a helmet is recommended.Show more
#5 - Barranc de Biniaraix i Gorg de Ca'n Catí
Fornalutx, Majorca, Spain
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Length: 3.4 mi • Est. 2 h 17 m
There are many different paths of a variety of experience levels. Some of the most difficult trails are exposed and require mountaineering skills. The Barranc de Biniaraitx is a deep gorge running north westwards into the Soller valley. It is an impressive path winding up the steep slopes of the gorge. Beautiful views.Show more
#6 - Togores
Sabadell, Barcelona, Spain
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Length: 7.9 mi • Est. 3 h 47 m
The Togores route is a recommended hike for any mid-level hiker. Following a well-laid route with some unconventional parts, this is an excellent ride of about three and a half hours around the edge of Sabadell.Show more
#7 - Cabo Ses Salinas - Playa Es Caragol
Santanyí, Majorca, Spain
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Length: 2.9 mi • Est. 1 h 9 m
Beautiful path on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea, perfect for running or taking a family walk and enjoying the fantastic views, passing through the Necropolis of Son Real, funerary constructions dating from the 7th century BCShow more
#8 - Cúber Reservoir
Selva, Majorca, Spain
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Length: 2.5 mi • Est. 1 h 9 m
Nice easy hiking around the Cuber Reservoir. Nice views of the surrounding mountains and the highest mountain in Mallorca.Show more
#9 - Circular Casa de Campo
Casa de Campo
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Length: 7.3 mi • Est. 2 h 55 m
The Casa de Campo in Madrid is a classic for those who want to enjoy a day outdoors and do some sporting activity such as hiking, cycling, running, etc. The Casa de Campo is made up of an infinity of paths and trails that give adventurers many possibilities. There are also bike lanes and areas with a confluence of pedestrians and bicycles, so it is recommended to avoid these or take special precaution. This route begins in the parking lot located at the eastern end, next to the Lake and continues towards the north choosing a pedestrian path. There are many bicycles near a footbridge over the M 30, so if you go with children or with loose dogs, be very attentive here. You continue next to a private path that belongs to the Escuela de Canteria and then you come to a pine forest. Dogs can go loose until 10am and from 7pm in winter and 8pm in summer. The rest of the day they must be tied up.Show more
#10 - La Caleta a Costa Adeje
Adeje, Tenerife, Spain
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Length: 5.3 mi • Est. 2 h 19 m
Beautiful walk in Costa Adeje, southeast of the island of Tenerife with views of the Atlantic Ocean, bars, terraces and benches to stop and rest and enjoy the views. Worth!Show more
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