There is an area at the edge of Valencia province that has been invaded by dinosaurs. This past weekend we went there to do some field investigation. Here's how it went...
Penyagolosa is the second highest mountain in the Valencia Community. This emblematic mountain, in Castellón province, stands out due to its isolated nature. It is easily recognisable due to one side having a clear slope whilst the other side is much steeper. It was the steep side, that was our route for the day. Why … Continue reading The Penyagolosa Scramble
The plan was to have a cheese-fueled weekend in the Bajo Maestrazgo region of Valencian Community. We explored the trail around the towns of Catí and Sant Mateu. Here's how it went.
One of the 'must do' hiking routes of the Valencian province is The Hanging Bridges of Chulilla. This is a route along the Turia river, through the impressive canyon to Charco Azul, the Loriguilla Reservoir and of course, across the famous hanging bridges. The route started in Chulilla, the weather was cloudy and a little chilly … Continue reading The Hanging Bridges of Chulilla
Top Ten Hikes of Los Serranos, the region that hides some of the best routes in Valencian Community. Most of the hikes go through fluvial landscapes of the main river in Valencia - Turia.
Feline sad? You won't be after reading this blog. Fur-real, we often find cats in the towns we visit on our hikes. Here is the purr-fect post for all you animal lovers, featuring some of the most claw-some photos and tails of our furry friends.
Top ten hikes of Sierra Espadán - my favorite natural park in the Valencian Community. It is a great place for hiking, as it provides countless routes.
The report of our 4 day trip to the region of Els Ports (inland Castellón) where we explored some of the best hiking routes in the area. We have also visited several small, charming villages such as Castellfort and, of course, the capital of the comarca - Morella.
Let me tell you about a special tree native to the Mediterranean region. This tree, among other places, is abundant in the Sierra Espadán Natural Park and forms a vital role in its ecosystem. The tree I am talking about is my favourite one of all trees - the Cork Oak...
Did you know that there are hiking trails that can be accessed from Valencia with public transport? One of them is the route of Monte Picayo in Puzol.