Over 200km of hiking routes with 60 circular routes
2000 rock climbing routes on calcareous and conglomerate rock (Pedraforca is the most popular wall)
More than 40 mountain bike routes perfect for alpine enduro
Exceptional paragliding in Berga and Avia
Whether you want to hike, bike, or paraglide over an incredible mountain landscape, this inland region offers adventure activities for all skill levels while still being conveniently close to Barcelona.
With over 2000 km of routes, including a selection of 60 circular routes and some easier family routes, you could hike here for weeks and still not get bored. If you love hiking, make sure to try one of the many crossings routes like the Camí dels Bons Homes, Camí Picasso, Cavalls del Vent, Ruta de l’ermità, or the Llobregat green route.
Bergueda has more than 40 well marked mountain biking routes for all levels. From 2500 meters to 500 meters altitude, the focus here is on alpine enduro biking year round. Most trails take you between villages, meaning you can stop and rest and fuel up as you go.
The limestone mountains here make for some incredible traditional, classic and sport climbing. There’s almost 2000 equipped routes on high quality calcareous and conglomerate rock, and plenty of schools and guides to teach you if you aren’t an experienced climber. Pedraforca is by far the most popular climbing wall in Catalonia and a must visit for anyone with an interest in climbing.
Because of particularly helpful aerological conditions, Berguedà is an exceptional area for paragliding, attracting both first timers who want to hire a guide and experts who are looking for a challenge with an amazing mountain view. Both Berga and Avia are the regions that pilots in-the-know flock to. Being able to see beautiful Bergueda from the sky is one of the most impactful memories you can gift yourself on a trip here.
With the Pyrenees to the north and the Mediterranean Sea with its famous Costa Brava to the south, there is definitely diversity in landscape. Protected areas of Aiguamolls de l’Empordà Natural Park, the Cap de Creus Natural Park, the Albera Natural Area and the Bassegoda area are just waiting to be explored. The area is rich in history, culture, and art.