Inclusive tourism: mountain without barriers

A few days ago, I had a conversation with Àngels Gascueña, a mountain guide who specialises on guiding people with physical impairments. Àngels is part of Guies d’Arrel, a team devoted to inclusive guidance which we are proud to work with to offer our inclusive tourism activities. This conversation, along with the guided tour around […]

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Cycling Catalunya

A couple of weeks ago, we published a post on which I made some hiking proposals for this autumn. Nevertheless, since it’s not good to be limited to a single activity, today I’m bringing up 5 BTT routes through Catalunya: Cavalls del Vent, the Oliba Route, the Cathars’ Trail, Pedals de Ferro and the Trans-Pyrenean […]

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Paths of fall

Autumn dresses the woods in ochre and red, fattens up the streams and powders with snow the highest summits. Autumn brings us cooler days and, besides some impertinent downpours, a warm and cosy sun, and ignited sunsets. Autumn is an ideal season for hiking in Catalunya. We are lucky in this land of ours to […]

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Cavalls del Vent: the traverse through the Cadí-Moixeró Natural Park

Lung-Ta (literally, “Wind Horse”) is the name of the Tibetan prayer flags, adorned with a horse symbolizing the inner wind, the power of desire, and personal goals. The 8 guarded mountain refuges of the Cadí-Moixeró Natural Park could not have chosen a better name and logo for the circular route connecting them. The Cavalls del […]

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Pedraforca: routes through the magic mountain

The Pedraforca is our mountain. Now, it might be appropriate to write an mushy introduction about why it is an emblematic, wrapped in magic mountain. However, it feels unnecessary and, in case you really need to read one, do not fear, there are plenty of them on Google. The Pedraforca is an indispensable goal for hikers […]

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