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Sant Jeroni Summit Loop is a 5.8 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Collbató, Catalonia, Spain that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, running, and nature trips.

Length 5.8 mi Elevation gain 1,978 ft Route type Loop
Hiking Nature trips Walking Running Forest Views Wild flowers Wildlife Historic site
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Este sendero comienza cerca del Monasterio de Montserrat. El camino te lleva a través del bosque, que poco a poco se va convirtiendo en picos de piedra. El Sant Jeroni es el punto más alto del macizo de Montserrat. La cima de Sant Jeroni ofrece excelentes vistas de pueblos y un abrupto descenso. El camino está en buen estado, aunque un par de bastones de senderismo nos podrían echar una mano. ¡Trae agua y disfruta de las impresionantes vistas! Si prefieres acortar este sendero, puedes coger el funicular de Sant Joan.

-Ropa abrigada para las zonas más altas -Calzado de senderismo

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Natalia Bartosz
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Albert Tikus
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Sirina Guerre
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Arnau Pujadas
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Matthew Lee
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Hiking

Great trail that’s clearly marked with stunning vistas as far as the eye can see. Loved the summit experience. A bit long so definitely bring appropriate cover and water.

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Rv Vinyard
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FeeRocky

superbe rando. une partie etait fermee pour eboulement. La rando ne demande pas de condition physique particulière. prévoir des bâtons de marche peut être utile. Il faut faire attention, il y a beaucoup de passage très glissant sur les petites pierres.

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Sydney Rush
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HikingMuddyRockyScramble

So many stairs.

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Travis Boettcher
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Mathew Ruberg
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Veronica Schilling
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Hiking

Beautiful trail with amazing views! I recommend the clockwise ascent without using a funicular (if time permits) ... the trail begins next to the funicular (which you can use if you want to shorten your trip) closer to the st Jeroni ... from the technical perspective is a little bit tougher , but views are amazing and you track your position/progress much better... there are a few points with steep drops but nothing risky ... highly recommend skipping a funicular... I don’t think it is a hard trail... Lots of mountain goats so pay attention. They are easy to spot The best trip/experience of my Barcelona trip My recommendation: start this trail from the monastery clockwise ... early in am ... on the way back to the monastery (sunny weather) the trail takes you back through a heavy wooded area... there are a few nice spots, but nothing in comparison to the other side !

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Bill Day
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Tony Sian
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Hiking

Amazing mosey. Got lost in the woods, made friends with a mountain goat and yelped with joy upon reaching the summit. Some of the best views I’ve ever seen.

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Donna Rowland
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Really cool trail with amazing views. Fairly flat taking the route from the top of the Sant Joan funicular, just a bit steep coming to the top of the climb with steps. Also, I did this trail in July and the route was in full sun, so make sure to wear a hat! I took the Pla del Ocells route back down to Montserrat. This trail was much steeper with more technical parts and pretty well full of steps. I’m glad I took this route down and not up! Good fun to run down though and you come out to the drinking fountains at the monastery which was incredibly refreshing.

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Thomas Kramer
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Took the train to the cable car. But instead of getting on the cable car you can walk down the road a little and look to your left on the other side of the road you can hike up to the Montserrat monastery from there hike up to Sant jeroni makes it more challenging but so much more rewarding when you make it to the top. About 5,000 feet of elevation gain 17 miles (With a 3 mile run to the village of monistol) They have water food and refill when you get to the monastery. Beautiful mountains! Took 6 hours but I trail ran some

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Riaa RodrigueZz
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Hiking

Beautiful view at the end! A must hike!

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Elizabeth Pearce
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Antonette Batts
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Strenuous at ti.es, but more in the moderate side than hard. We found it worth it to have some clothing layers as options as the temperature fluctuations warranted adjustments. it was as beautiful as everyone said with breathtaking views! None more so than when he proposed and I accepted. i could not imagine a more beautiful day.

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Rafael Almonte
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It's worth it, we did the hike from the town (Monistrol of Montserrat) to the Monastery and from there, did this hike to Sant Jeroni, the views are amazing. Excellent for a 1 day hiking trip.

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Pablo de la Torre
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Gabriel Couture
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Interesting rock formations and landscapes. Beautiful views. We went on December 27 and enjoyed great weather. After rising above the low hanging fog near the monastery I was able to remove my layers and walk in a t-shirt. I’m not sure why AllTrails describes it as better from April to October. Personally, I would grade this trail as moderate. The loop itself takes between 1:45 to 2:15 to complete but you will probably end up taking more time taking in the sights. I would give yourself about 3 hours to do it if you start at the monastery. It’s easy to visit from Barcelona and makes for a nice day trip. I definitely recommend it.

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