The Pyrenees, a mountain mass that runs through the territories of Andorra, France and Spain, has historically been a challenge for hikers. This natural border between Spain and France covers a range of 425 km in length and 80 km in width, where there are plenty of spectacular places for hiking, due to its combination of mountains, high peaks, volcanoes, rivers and glaciers.
If you are a hiking fan, nothing more logical than get to know a little about the theory of this activity, so you can be sure to enjoy your adventure better. That’s why from Walkaholic we wanted to dedicate some time to review with you some technical questions about the trails that you can enjoy any time of the year.
These questions have a very practical application, since knowing the trial types, its variants, links and derivations, its modalities and the way they are signaling will allow us to orient ourselves on the road and recognize our path as we walk. Continue reading Types, modalities and signs in hiking
Hiking Sierras de Cazorla can be perfect for a weekend, or for an exigent multiday trek. In the inner province of Jaén, in Andalusia, we found one of the most well renowned natural parks of Spain. The Sierras de Cazorla, Segura y Las Villas Natural Park. And in the heart of this natural paradise, there is the long GR-247, or “Bosques del Sur” track, which is divided in 21 main stages.
Fauna and flora spotted while Hiking Sierras de Cazorla
Here you can enjoy of the very beginning of the Guadalquivir river. A varied range of wild animals like: