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 Macizo del Montgrí...
Girona - 1 Stages - 10Km. - 370Pos/370Neg - Easy - Circular Route -
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Montgrí Massif

Montgrí Mountain is a mountain range bordering the Mediterranean Sea in Catalonia. It lies between the regions of Lower and Upper Empordà Empordà, between municipal territories Bellcaire d'Emporda, l'Escala, Ullà and Torroella de Montgri.

The massif is Montgrí Calcaria emergence of rock formed by an east-west fault. His creation is synchronous to the Pyrenees. Often magmatic intrusions is red or brown quartz.

elevations include peaks Muntanya d'Ullà (308 m), the Montgrí (301 m) and Montplà (311 m), near Torroella, and Moratxa Tower (218 m) and Roca Maura ( 226 m) in the watershed near Estartit. Between the two blocks are sand dunes that come from the Gulf of Roses, and were fixed at the end of the century XIXpor engineer Primitiu Artigas. The archipelago of the Medes Islands are the eastern part of the massif.


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lugar Lugar Número de estapas Días Longitud Longitud Desnivel Positivo Desnivel Desnivel Positivo Desnivel Negativo Desnivel Desnivel Negativo Dificultad Dificultad Tipo de ruta
Tipo ruta
Girona 1 10 Km. 370 m. 370 m. Fácil Recorrido Circular

Macizo del Montgrí | Entre Montañas

1. Macizo del Montgrí


Distance: 10 Km.Up/Downhill 370 m. - Up/Downhill 370 m.Time: 04:00 h.
Macizo del Montgrí

The route starts off at Torroella de Montgr & iacute; and soon begins to rise. Now continue down the GR 92 to the Dunes, where a local trail leads back to Torroella.

We arrived at Torroella on the C-31, crossing the bridge over the r & iacute; o Ter. We walked along the promenade de Catalunya, which looks like a promenade, and at the end turn right on direction & oacute; n L & rsquo; Estartit. We immediately we place left to turn following signs for & ldquo; & iacute Montgr Castell; - Zone Esportiva & rdquo ;. We se & ntilde; & oacute alizaci; n. At the end of the road, cut in the wall of a school, turn left, where there is parking in the car to leave. & Nbsp;

We take a paved road to the left of the school and is moving between trees and m & aacute; s up, pines. We passed antennas and house Xaloc. When the paved road ends begin to see the GR.

As asciende, the road goes are tight & aacute; ndose significantly. There are some sections with large boulders that involve some difficulty, but no p & eacute; loss. 45-60 minutes we reached the castle, where the view is spectacular

The descent takes us to a small & ntilde; or flat, with a crossroads. We follow the GR before us and lead us to the top of Montpl & aggravation;.

From this point, the trail begins to descend slowly, turn slightly to the Bah & iacute; a de Roses and passed through a guard house fire. Aqu & iacute; must be careful, because a rotation of 90º should be done; to follow the GR. Next we see a grove of pines: 45-60 minutes we reached the hamlet of Les Dunes


At this point there are poles & ntilde; & oacute alizaci; ny explanatory signs. Tambi & eacute; n is a small & ntilde; a & aacute;. Recreation area with wooden tables and a fountain

A few meters m & aacute; s ALONGand leave the GR 92 to take the local road, with green and white markings.

In 25 minutes we arrived at Les Dunes Highway, which leads to a populated area. We took the local path on your right there; it is a forest track to give the road Torroella L & rsquo; Estartit, the GI-641. Although there is a SMALL or space to pedestrians, caution is necessary because the tr & aacute; fico usually intense. 150 meters M & aacute; s below the dirt road that runs parallel to the road until Torroella resumes


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