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Mountain routes for both hikers and cyclists, especially selected by our best partners: Pyrenees, mountains of Cantabria, the central mountain range, Andalusia, Canary and Balearic Islands…
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Monte Perdido, Pyrenees
Classic route to reach the top of Ordesa and Europe’s highest limestone mountain. This route, which is highly travelled in the summer, offers magnificent views of many summits in the central Pyrenees.
Teide, Canary Islands
Linear path in the Teide National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The route starts from the Roques de García and runs 12 km, passing through the crater of the Pico Viejo (Old Peak) before summiting the Teide.
Huerga de Babia-Pola de Somiedo, Mountains of Cantabria
22nd National Crossing of the Cantabrian Mountains. Route along paths and trails between Bibia (León) and Somiedo (Asturias). Impressive landscapes span practically the entire route, with segments that are difficult to access and ride on.
Serra de Tramuntana, Balearic Islands
Most mountaineers in Mallorca consider Torrent de Pareis to be the most extraordinary excursion on the entire island. Thanks to its unique biological and geological features, Torrent de Pareis was declared a Natural Landmark in Mallorca in 2003.
Sierra de Gredos, Sistema Central
Circular route to and from Burgohondo (Avila). The route runs through the valleys of Alberche and Tiétar, with two mountain passes: Serranillos and Mijares, via Gavilanes. Demanding route with practically no flat segments.
Sierra Nevada, Andalusia
Located in the middle of the range, El Mulhacén isn’t just the highest point in the Sierra Nevada, but in the entire Iberian Peninsula. Well-defined excursion, recommended during the summer months when the Altas Cumbres (high summits) interpretation service places the Capileira shuttle bus in service.