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Girona - 1 Stages - 3Km. - 50Pos/50Neg - Easy - Circular Route - June 2014
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Via Ferrata Cala Moli Del is a fairly simple route, although we can highlight a delicate point is Nepali bridge that can choke some of the ferratistas because it moves pretty and we can have the feeling of insecurity through. However, it is fairly short, so you only have to haul off and move on.

This route can be done in about an hour and a half, which is the approximate time to walk its about 3 miles.

Despite being a simple route and recommended for those who are new to hiking, it is not suitable for the smallest of the house.

This area belongs to the Costa Brava accessible from exit 9A of the AP-7, taking direction Sant Feliu and then lleGando Santa Cristina d'Aro . Here we will find out C-65 that leads us south of Sant Feliu and continue. We will have to go through two roundabouts and at the next we headed to the right. Ahead we expect five new roundabouts but always go straight until you pass the last and on the right we see a poster indicating free parking where you can leave your car, even if we prefer, we can continue down the street Callao towards the promenade and take Highway then Sant Pol and then turn right on the street Sicily and we will find a viewpoint where we can also park.

Note that in summer this area is very hot, and it is highly recommended not start if there via time because we have to go through areas very close to the sea, which means added risk.

Moreover, it is also advisable to avoid peak periods sincethere is a considerable crowd of people, which can be dangerous, and therefore will always be advisable to go to the area in the evenings and still do better on weekdays.

Every so often a series of controls which attempts to prove that all the adventurers have the necessary equipment to carry out this route is performed, which means that we will always have our equipment ready if we want to stay on land .

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Girona 1 3 Km. 50 m. 50 m. Fácil Recorrido Circular


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1. Cala Del Molí

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Distance: 3 Km.Up/Downhill 50 m. - Up/Downhill 50 m.Time: 01:00 h.
Cala Del Molí

One of the attractions that draws more attention to this route are spectacular views, and of course, when we are tired, we will also have the opportunity to give us a good bath in the many coves and beaches you can find around.

Moreover, its nature remains unchanged thanks to the respect by walkers, so we take the utmost care whenever we passed through the area and continue keeping it in perfect condition.

In addition to water, the gulls are also an exquisite part in the journey, which makes us more camouflaged with the environment you'll elapse.

Along the route we will find different challenges that go from the bridges mentioned before uploaded to where we have to work harder if we want to finish our experience.

Although we can find some areas specifically designed for adventure lovers,There are different variations along the route especially suitable for beginners who have decided to join us.

What remains now is to put our team to pitch and start with this fantastic route along the Via Ferrata from Cala Moli with which we enjoy a memorable experience.


         Stage profile: Cala Del Molí
Stage profile: Cala Del Molí


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