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Nuria To Queralbs is a 4.9 mile point-to-point trail located near Queralbs, Catalonia, Spain that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is best used from March until October.

Length 4.9 mi Elevation gain 354 ft Route type Point to Point
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Esta ruta es una de las más bonitas y populares de toda Cataluña y el Pirineo Oriental. Este sendero es conocido como El Camí Vell y es una maravilla de la naturaleza para la práctica del senderismo, deporte al aire libre y disfrutar del entorno mágico de el Vall de Nuria. En la antigüedad se utilizaba este camino por los peregrinos como ruta de peregrinación para llegar al Santuario de Nuria. Existe un tren conocido como "tren cremallera" que recorre 12 kilómetros y media y recorre parte de este Valle.

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Matt Wagner
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We stayed in Ribes de Freser and took the cog train to Núria, hoping to hike down to queralbs (I’ve done this in past in the summer). The amount of snow was too high and the trail was very icy, too icy to navigate safely. It was still beautiful and worth a trip even if you walk around the many trails around the lake. We watched some people carving ice out of the lake (ala frozen). The air is so crisp and clean. A great brake from the city of Barcelona.

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Samuel Lima
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This hike was both easy and remarkably beautiful! Taking the tram to Nuria meant that it was almost entirely downhill. It had snowed the day before and everything at Nuria was glistening white, while lower down in the valley it transitioned to a more typical spring day.