Viver Fluvial Trail

22nd of November
This hike involves a visit to several scenic natural corners, made by the presence of Palancia river. We’ll take a stroll along the la Hoz canyon in Jérica, climb to the caves of el Sargal, and finish the hike in the relaxing atmosphere of la Floresta park in Viver.

Read more

Ascent to Benicadell

21st of November | SOLD OUT
Let’s go to the Southern edge of the province to hike up one of the most emblematic peaks – Benicadell. Even though there’s quite a lot of elevation gain, the ascent is relatively easy and it is worth it since the views from the top are incredible.

Read more

Montanejos Estrechos

20th of November | SOLD OUT
The area known as Los Estrechos lies between the town of Montanejos, about 2.5km, and the Dam of Arenoso (Campos de Arenoso). This is one of the most beautiful area along the river Mijares and the one with the richest landscape.

Read more

The Júcar Canyons

15th of November
The Júcar river canyons will surely impress any hiker who ventures into the interior of the province of Valencia. You would never imagine that just over an hour from the city, you can come across a landscape that can make anyone dizzy.

Read more

El Barranc de l’Infern

14th of November
The route of Barranco del Infierno, also known as la Catedral del Senderismo, or the Six Thousand Steps route, getting the latter name thanks to more than 6800 manmade steps excavated in rock to facilitate the ascents and the descents. This is one of the most famous trails in Comunidad Valenciana.

Read more

The Hanging Bridges

13th of November
Chulilla is currently considered one of the most visited tourist attractions in the province of Valencia and this is due, mostly, to the impressive hiking trail along the Turia river called “Ruta de los Puentes Colgantes”.

Read more

Sot de Chera – El Morron

8th of November
This hike starts from the most flowerful village of la Serranía region – Sot de Chera. We will take a trail that leads to the viewpoint right above the village, el Morrón, get the best panoramic views, and continue along the green landscape of Chera – Sot de Chera geological park.

Read more

The Sleeping Giant

7th of November
Sierra de Segária, the mountain range also known as the Sleeping Stone Giant, emerges out of nowhere in an esplanade facing the sea. The mountain is not very high, but it offers impressive views, due to its proximity to the coast.

Read more

The Peak of Espadan

1st of November
The classic route of Valencian hiking – ascent to Pico Espadán. We will start from Alcudia de Veo, hike all the way up to Gurugú peak and continue along the ridge, passing by civil war trenches, until we reach the main peak.

Read more

Mariola Snow Wells

31 of October
The Cavas route in Sierra Mariola offers a representative sample of the snow wells commonly found in these mountains of the Valencian interior. The trails between the sanctuary of Agres and the cava gran and the mountain refuge in el Contador will surprise you with ample views over the Agres valley and Benicadell.

Read more

Sunset in Náquera

30th of October
Few people know that the open space in front of San Francisco shrine in Náquera is a perfect spot to see the sunset as well as the panoramic views of Valencia. On this trip we’re going to go for a short hike and finish at the shrine right before the sunset.

Read more

Azud of Tuejar

25 of October
Characterized by a deep valley carved by the river, Nacimiento del Río Tuéjar is located in the foothills of the Javalambre massif and therefore, in one of the most rugged territories of the province of Valencia.

Read more

Font Roja (Alcoy)

24 of October
One of the most well-known areas for Autumn hiking in Comunidad Valenciana – el Carrascal de la Font Roja natural park. The hike combines two routes proposed by the visitor center – barranco del Infierno and the ascent to Menejador peak.

Read more

Peña Cortada (Chelva)

23 of October
The main attraction of Valencia’s La Serranía region – Roman aqueduct in Chelva, dating more than 2000 years back, nowadays accessible on foot, giving you the opportunity to walk through tunnels carved in rock, cross impressive bridges and admire unique scenery of the area.

Read more

The Almonecir Castle

18th of October
The route begins and ends in Vall de Almonacid. During the hike we will cross irrigated farmlands and an extensive olive grove, and visit the ruins of the Almonecir Castle, undoubtedly one of the most important castles of Sierra de Espadán.

Read more

El Gorgo and Madroños

17th of October
Let’s go to Marines Antiguos to hike up to the highest peak of Sierra Calderona – el Gorgo. The area is also a perfect place to snack on madroños, which we will find growing all along the trail.

Read more

The Acorn Peak

12th of October
Time to get some of the most impressive views that Sierra Espadán offers. This time we are going to link two peaks: Puntal de l’Aljub and Pico Bellota, in the municipalities of Chóvar and Eslida.

Read more

The Regajo Ravine

11th of October
Let’s go to Aras de los Omos to do the Regajo ravine trail – one of the tributary ravines of the Turía River. The route will give us the opportunity to discover the transhumance roads that connected Valencia with Castilla la Mancha.

Read more

Órganos de Benitandús

10th of October
The hike within the Sierra Espadán natural park, from Alcudia de Veo to Órganos de Benitandús – imposing rock formations reminiscent of the shape of a church pipe organ.

Read more

The Barony of Andilla

9th of October
The objective of this route is to hike through the municipality of Andilla in order to link its main population centers (Andilla, la Pobleta, Artaj and Osset). The trail runs entirely through the municipality of Andilla.

Read more

Pi del Salt (Náquera)

4th of October
A classic route starting from Náquera, the gate to Sierra Calderona. Along the itinerary we will observe (from below) various notable peaks of the natural park and visit an old quarry, which now serves as a recreational area – Pi del Salt. After the hike we will drive to San Francesc shrine to see the sunset.

Read more

El Garbi

2nd of October
El Garbí, one of the wonders that the Serra Calderona Natural Park hides. The views from Garbi are impressive: Sierra de Irta, Puerto de Sagunto and in the background the Mediterranean sea. On clear days you can even see the Columbretes Islands.

Read more

The Gorge of Alpuente

27 of September
A circular route from the town of Alpuente that begins with a short hike up to the castle, followed by a loop on the local trails. At the end of the route we will visit the most beautiful spot in the area – La Bomba, a narrow gorge with a small waterfall, very close to the town.

Read more

The Castro Castle

26th of September
One of the most impressive routes in Sierra Espadán – the ascent to Castro Castle. The route passes through L’Arquet de Alfondeguilla and continues through the Fonteta ravine and among the cork oak forests up to the castle .

Read more

The Springs of Palancia

13 of September
This time we’re going to Bejís to do the Springs of Palancia river route. We’ll follow the PR-CV 275 trail most of the time, with a detour to a charming village el Molinar. There are a couple of spots to take a dip, like fuente los Cloticos and other pools formed by the Palancia river.

Read more

The Buseo Reservoir

12 of September
Let’s go to Chera to do a loop around the Buseo reservoir. During this hike we will also pass by barranco de la Hoz, where we will be able to bathe in cristal clear waters of a mountain stream. We will also visit a waterfall – el Chorrero de la Castellana before coming back to the village.

Read more

The Mills of Gátova

6th of September
The Mills of Gátova route is located in the North-Western part of Sierra Calderona natural park. During the excursion we will hike up to the Aguila peak and then we will descend first passing bythe Iranzo mill, and then the Ceja mill. Before returning to Gátova we can also make a detour to reach the Peñarroya viewpoint.

Read more

The Ajuez Gorge

5th of September
The Ajuez ravine route goes through the municipality of Chóvar. We are going to walk through the cork oak forests and hike up to Nevera de Castro’s – a snow well that people used to use to conserve ice. The trail will also demonstrate us a bit of mining history of the area.

Read more