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Barcelona - 1 Stages - 6Km. - 500Pos/500Neg - Easy - Round trip - September 2012
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La Mola is the highest mountain in the Natural Park of Sant Llorenç del Munt i l'Obac 1104 meters above sea level and is one of the characteristic features of the landscape throughout the region.

Natural Park of Sant Llorenç del Munt i l'Obac is located in Barcelona and has a protected area of ??13,694 was split between Bages, Vallès Occidental and Vallès Oriental. Besides La Mola, another of his iconic peaks's The Montcau (1,052 m).

On top of La Mola the Romanesque monastery of Sant Llorenç de Munt , now converted into a museum and restaurant is. This means more demand for large numbers of hikers and families choosing this mountain and its surroundings to spend the weekend.

Sant Llorenç del Munt is a Romanesque monastery was Rebuildor between the late nineteenth and mid twentieth century, respecting the original structure, built in the mid-eleventh century. This makes it a good example of Catalan Romanesque religious building, one of the few monasteries in the existing pure point today.

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Barcelona 1 6 Km. 500 m. 500 m. Fácil Recorrido de Ida y Vuelta

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1. La Mola


Distance: 6 Km.Up/Downhill 500 m. - Up/Downhill 500 m.Time: 02:30 h.
La Mola

We left the car at the end of the street Vista Alegre, and took a rocky path uphill next to a signpost marking 3 kilometers to La Mola . From the beginning we started with a steep climb that takes us to a fork signposted in which we take the path on the left, and to delve into the way of the monks. Before us stands the Rock Les Onze Horesh .

The road still has remnants of the original cobblestones and continuously soaring. We continue climbing up a channel to turn right through the side of a cliff. Again a tough climb up to a replano from where we have an exceptional view of the Llibre Plecs els on the left.

We follow a wide stony path, marked by a large fita, which leads to another perch. The views are breathtaking.

We take the path on the right and follow a wide path ascendiendo, now in a slightly softer. From here we can make out the Monasteri of Sant Llorenç. We continue along the trail, we passed a cairn and arrived at a crossroads where we joined the road from Can Poble .

We continue uphill on a road composed mostly of remnants of the stairs which once formed the Cami dels Monjos. There are good areas and others where the passage of time and weather conditions have left its mark. We found some caves where ancient monks took refuge from the rain. We went through a wooded area and after another steep climb we reached a dozing from where a paved trail in fairly good condition, leads to the top.

Once on the summit enjoying the views. We visited the monastery chapel and took the opportunity to take a drink at the restaurant. Near the monastery are the blocks ofDonkeys are responsible for victual the restaurant as far cars fail, and have to raise food as they did formerly. There is a modern rose of winds that tells you the name of all the mountains around us. Once recovered forces began the descent down the same road.

         Stage profile: La Mola
Stage profile: La Mola

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