The Natural Park of the Cadí-Moixeró is a mountain park of great interest because of its’ great geological diversity, flora and fauna and it’s very accessible to the public. There are more than 40.000 hectares situated between 800m in the valleys and 2.648m at the top of Vulturó.
Of mainly limestone, the park includes the sierras of Cadí and Moixeró which form an extensive mountainous bar-rier of more than 30km in length, the strange and magical Pedraforca and the massifs of Tosa and Puigllançada.
If you come to the Natural Park of Cadi-Moixeró, you can discover the place through the historic paths, enjoy the installations and activities which are organized.
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In the Natural Park of the Cadi-Moixero there are various signposted paths with very different characteristics be it their difficulty, length, landscape type, facilities or type of sign. These signed routes are the best way to discover each corner of the park in a peaceful, safe and relaxed way.
You can choose from a large variety of paths thought out for all groups of the public:
Themed routes centred on nature, short distance and easy, appropriate for everyone and where we find interpretation panels to get to know the fauna and flora or the area we pass through.
Otter Itinerary: Cuddly aquatic mammals
CoalTit Route: small forest bird
Marmot’s Route: Large rodent present in the high areas of the park
Medicinal plants route: with their properties, characteristics and uses
Crossbill route: bird with a curved and crossed beak, with a section of path adapted for people with reduced mobility to get to a lookout
Cap del Ras lookout itinerary: route adapted for people with reduced mobility of 1km which gives access to a free area and a lookout
Pla de l’Aliga outlook route: lookout on 4 compass points with information about the mountains
Nicolau route: old path for removing wood, prepared for walking or BTT
Paths of Gran Recorregut (GR), of more than 50 km, paths of Petit Recorregut (PR), of less than 50km, as well as Senders Locals (SL), of less than 10km, all signposted by the Federació d’Entitats Excursionistes de Catalunya (FEEC) and aimed at excursionists who want to do a traverse or route of one or various days in the Natural Park of the Cadi-Moixero.
- Senders de Gran Recorregut (GR), of more than 50 km:
- GR 150: Circular Cadí-Moixeró
- GR 107: Camí dels Bons Homes
- GR 7: Andorra-Fredes
- GR 4: Puigcerdà-Montserrat
- Senders de Petit Recorregut (PR), of less than 50km:
- PR-C 121: Estana-coll de la Canal de Cristall (via Prat de Cadí)
- PR-C 122: Adraén-collet de la Canal del Migdia (via Torreta de Cadí)
- PR-C 123: Volta al Pedraforca (via Coll de Verdet and l’Enforcadura)
- PR-C 124: Saldes-Olià (via pas dels Gosolans)
- PR-C 125: L’Hostalet- L’Hostalet (via Empedrats)
- PR-C 126: Urús-Refugi de Rebost (via Coll de Jou)
- PR-C 127: Pedraforca 360º
- PR-C 158: Guardiola-Paller de Dalt
- Senders Locals (SL), of less than 10km:
Long routes of various days, which can be done,depending on the route, on foot, by bike or on horseback, some of them remembering historic facts like the Camí dels Bons Homes or the Camí Picasso, others of more sporting character like the els Cavalls del Vent or the Pedals de Ferro, but all of them of great landscape interest.
- Camí dels Bons Homes: www.camidelsbonshomes.com
- Camí de Picasso: www.altbergueda.cat
- Cavalls del Vent: www.cavallsdelvent.com
- Marxa cicloturista al Cadí-Moixeró: www.voltacadimoixero.com
- Pedals de Ferro: www.pedalsdeferro.com
- Ruta de l’Ermità: www.rutaermita.com
- Volta al Cadí-Moixeró en BTT: www.parcolimpic.cat
Network of Paths
The regions of Berguedà, la Cerdanya and the l’Alt Urgell where theNaturalParkof the Cadi-Moixero is found have also a large network of paths which allow for maximum flexibility for the user to choose a desired route for getting from one place to another
- Berguedà: www.altbergueda.cat
- Cerdanya: www.alpsenders.cat, www.lles.es/rutes.html, www.puigcerda.cat
- Alt Urgell: www.geomapa.cat