On the odd day of February (the 29th) we went to Tarragona province to hike up to la Foradada del Montsiá and contemplate the views of the Ebro delta through the gap - a curious natural formation; and explore the beaches, wetlands and the Ebro river on the following day.
Some would probably say it's madness to go exploring the gorges of Alicante province after such heavy rains we had during the week, but the spirit of the group was strong this weekend, so here is the report on how our adventure went.
Here's a report of our trip to Marina Baixa in Alicante, during which we visited Castell de Castells and did two great hikes there - El Castellet and Els Arcs, and also took a walk around the Guadalest reservoir, it's castle and museums.
Here's a report of our trip to Morella and surrounding lands: Portell d'Infern in Fredes, Parrizal de Beceite (Teruel) and of course the town and castle of Morella.
Here's a report of our weekend trip to the waterfalls at the edge of Valencian region (and outside) - Cascada del Arquero in Puertomingalvo, Teruel and Cascada del río Carbo in Villahermosa del río, Castellón.
Toll del Salt Toll de Carlos Evening in Vistabella The ascent The Peak
Starting the weekend with a picturesque ascent Peak of the day - el Volcan de Cofrentes Looking for the river Bridges look much more impressive from below It seemed that we're not going to make it to the river... ...but we did! La feria de Jarafuel - everybody stayed very healthy, drinking water and grape … Continue reading Weekend in Cofrentes
Day 1 - The ascent to Cerro Calderon Buey refuge Done! Well deserved lunch Some tree hugging Day 2 - Ruta del Bohilgues Leaving Ademuz with a lot of enthusiasm The landscape along the route You shall not pass! Contemplation stop And another one
Here are some photos of the 4 days we have spent in Alfondeguilla, hiking around the local area, visting Onda castle and even going up a mountain at midnight on New Year's eve.
Two days spent in Alcoy area visiting Font Roja and Sierra Mariola natural parks, which are famous, apart from other things, for their "cavas" - ancient structures where people used to keep ice and food in winter.