|For more complete information, ask at the Park's information centres, where in addition to information leaflets you will find maps, guides and books that will help you to organise your visit.|
|The park has an extensive network of signposted walking trails. If you follow them, you will be able to visit the most significant spots in the area.|
|Most of the Natural Park is private property. Try and make sure that your visit does not disturb the people who live here.|
|Off-site camping is not allowed. Within the Natural Park, there are several campsites, hotels and hostels where you can spend the night.|
|For safety and conservation reasons, lighting fires is strictly prohibited.|
|The maintenance service has to work very hard to keep the most frequently visited areas clean. Always use the dustbins or take your rubbish away with you.|
|Catching animals and/or collecting rocks, minerals and plants are not permitted within the Natural Park.|
|There are some areas in which access is restricted to service personnel and inhabitants, which are very clearly marked. Access in motor vehicles to these areas is prohibited.|
|The park information centres can provide special authorisation to allow people with mobility problems to enter the restricted access areas in a motor vehicle.|
Rules and regulations for visitors
Garrell route. Route 2 Argelaguer
Garrell’s art takes advantage of its surroundings and recycled material and creates spaces and installations in between the hills, a stream and the river Fluvià.
A viewpoint over la Vall d'en Bas and la Garrotxa. Route 3 Garrotxa
This is a demanding route as it gains height quickly over a short distance. However, it provides for wonderful views of two singular sites: the impressive waterfall of Salt del Sallent, at its best after heavy rain, and the chapel of Santa Magdalena.
Sant Pere Sacosta. Route 1 Les Planes d'Hostoles
The parish of Sant Pere Sacosta has the privilege of being one of the oldest and most remote inhabited villages of la Vall de Hostoles. Located on the slopes of la Serra del Puig del Moro, on the north ridge of el Far and below el Coll de Condreu.
The weir route. Ruta 3 Sant Jaume de Llierca
This route is known as the Camí de la Central because in the past there was a small electrical generating station here. On the way back from the weir you pass through a well-preserved section of riparian woodland with interesting associated flora.
Bathing pool route. Route 3 Santa Pau
This route takes you to some of the little-known bathing pools around Santa Pau. This walk also links to the route that visits some of the local natural springs.
Circuit of the cliff of Rocalba. Route 1 Sant Feliu de Pallerols
The Rocalba cliff is an excellent viewpoint over Sant Feliu de Pallerols. The holm and downy oaks take over the forest, but one can also find other species that grow randomly like poplars, willows, chestnuts and cherry trees.
The carline trail. Ruta 6 Garrotxa
This route is designed for one-way and you must provide for the return from Riudaura by public transport or car.
Castellfollit-Begudà-Sant Joan les Fonts. Ruta 2 Garrotxa
This 20-km route is designed to be done in two stages. There are two starting points, one in the town of Castellfollit de la Roca and one in Sant Joan les Fonts.