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The itinerary is flat and short, ideal for strolling through the heart of La Fageda d'en Jordà, admiring its enchantment and immersing itself fully in its peculiar atmosphere.
This itinerary crosses the central area of La Garrotxa Volcanic Zone Natural Park, passing through places such as Moixina wetlands, La Fageda d'en Jordà, and the banks of the volcanoes Croscat and Santa Margarida.
This itinerary passes near a spectacular basaltic cliff, not only for its height, but also for the houses built right on its edge.
The volcano of Croscat and its gredales are one of the jewels of the Natural Park of the Volcanic Zone of La Garrotxa. This itinerary will take you inside the youngest volcano in the Iberian Peninsula.
Through this itinerary we can see a long basaltic cliff while we walk through an area with shadows, fresh and pleasant.
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.
Upstream of Les Planes d'Hostoles, the river Brugent leaves, as it passes through Sant Feliu de Pallerols, a series of bathing pools, all of them located a few meters from the Carrilet greenway.
Urban itinerary that allows to know the medieval structure of the town, as it evolved from the houses of la Sagrera and the Romanesque church to the walled Cellera and the current town, and the most relevant elements of the historic centre.
This route allows you to discover one of the least known but most interesting areas of La Garrotxa Volcanic Zone Natural Park, walking between forests and farmhouses.
The itinerary begins at the old Sant Feliu de Pallerols train station (currently the Tourism Office). It is worth starting with the climb to Coll de Condreu due to the steep slope we find from La Salut.
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