HIDDEN HIKING ROUTES IN BARCELONA

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Tell me your best hiking routes throughout the world? One of our favourite weekends is sleeping in our wee Nissan Campervan. Siurana, sitting north of Tarragona is approximately 1hr 45min drive from Barcelona towards the West and is a go to place for hikers and climbers. We visited in April and slept in the camper next to the small village of Siurana. Was blown away by its beauty and the star gazing in the evening was incredible. Siurana is small medieval village located on a cliff, where you’ll find parking and also a great refuge, if you wanted to come for the weekend. It’s called Refugio Ciriac Bonet and is situated in an idyllic location, serving food and drinks. There’s an great terrace sitting on the edge of a cliff, where the sunset is incredible and is perfect to finish the hike. The hike we followed was called “Camí de la Trona” and is famous for hiking and you’ll find lots of climbers throughout to watch. We started the route from Pantá de Siurana, following a river which lead us to 3 turquoise pools called Toll de la Palla, then we head up to “La Trona”, until we reached the small medieval town called Siurana. The pools were cold but perfect in the heat of the sun. Hike, Swim, Beers and Van Life, sleeping under the stars. - - - #HikingBarcelona #TrailRunning #PersonaltrainerBcn #IgersBarcelona #Barcelona #BcnTrips #Bcntravelling #Monserrat #Bcnsummer #hikingculture #fitnessbarcelona #hikingtoursbarcelona #walkingtoursbarcelona

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One of my hidden hiking route near Barcelona.

One of our favourite weekends is sleeping in our wee Nissan Campervan.
Siurana, sitting north of Tarragona is approximately 1hr 45min drive from Barcelona towards the West and is a go to place for hikers and climbers.

We visited in April and slept in the camper next to the small village of Siurana. Was blown away by its beauty and the star gazing in the evening was incredible.
Siurana is small medieval village located on a cliff, where you’ll find parking and also a great refuge, if you wanted to come for the weekend. It’s called Refugio Ciriac Bonet and is situated in an idyllic location, serving food and drinks. There’s an great terrace sitting on the edge of a cliff, where the sunset is incredible and is perfect to finish the hike.

The hike we followed was called “Camí de la Trona” and is famous for hiking and you’ll find lots of climbers throughout to watch.
We started the route from Pantá de Siurana, following a river which lead us to 3 turquoise pools called Toll de la Palla, then we head up to “La Trona”, until we reached the small medieval town called Siurana. The pools were cold but perfect in the heat of the sun.
Hike, Swim, Beers and Van Life, sleeping under the stars.

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