Hike to the top of El Pedraforca 2.506m
About the activity
The plan The Pedraforca (2,506m), is one of the most emblematic mountains of Catalonia. Its particular shape with its 2 twin peaks (some says it has a heart shape) have given birth to many legends for centuries. The hike to the top of the Pedraforca has become one of the mythical excursions every mountaineer should do in Catalonia. Located between the municipalities of Saldes and Gósol, in Berguedà, the Pedraforca mountain is part of the Cadí-Moixeró Natural Park and its surroundings were declared a "natural site of national interest".
We'll do the classic climb. We'll start at the parking lot of the Mirador de Gresolet, we'll pass by the mountain shelter L. Estasen and we'll go down through its impressive slopes full of gravel.
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Difficulty level: high.
There are important parts of the hike where we have to climb steep walls using our hands. It is not suitable for people who suffer from fear of heights. A good physical condition and adequate material are required (footwear, above all).
Distance: 10 Km 🔘🔘⚪⚪⚪
Total elevation gain: 1100 m + 🔘🔘🔘🔘⚪
Technical difficulty: 🔘🔘🔘🔘🔘
Maximum number of participants: 8
How do we get there? By shared private cars from Barcelona. During the booking process you’ll be invited to tell us if you have a car and how many people can come with you in the car. You can also meet us at the destination at 08:45 AM.
Every passenger will pay 15 euros to the driver for gas and tolls.
What to bring:
Sun protection (glasses, cap, sun cream)
Picnic + snacks
Walking sticks (recommended)
Waterproof jacket (just in case)
+ Price Includes:
- Official mountain guide
- Insurance in case of accident + CL
- Not included: Transport €15 (to the driver for gas and tolls)
Cancellation policy: if cancellation till 72h before the beginning of the activity, 50% will be charged. If late cancellation (less than 72h before), full payment will be requested.
Additional information: depending on the weather conditions, and in order to ensure the maximum safety and the greatest enjoyment of the participants, YEPALO may change the location of this activity.
Foto credit: Jorge Franganillo at https://flickr.com/photos/46191841@N00/33551329832 This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic license.