15th of May
Let’s go to the edge of Castellón province to explore one of the most spectacular caves in Comunidad Valenciana – Cueva de Cerdaña. We will also pass by some wind turbines, getting the chance to appreciate their immensity.
It is one of the best known and one of the most important cavities in Castellón, due to its size and spectacular chambers it hides inside. On the other hand there are also several very old studies regarding the archaeological part, as there was a settlement in ancient times.
Located on the slopes of the Cerdanya peak, surrounded by high mountains and pine trees. Famous for being used as a Cave-Sanctuary in the Iberian Era revealing secrets of a nature cult. The cave, which has a beautiful legend, is a must for enthusiasts of hiking, due to the numerous galleries full of stalagmites and stalactites, which decorate the interior.
Check out the legend and more info here: pinademontalgrao.es
Difficulty: medium/low (10.4km with 300m elevation gain).
Technical level: medium (mostly single track trails).
Transportation: 9-seater van (alternatively, you can drive to the start of the hike)
Price: 25 euros (19 euros for members)
Meeting point: Mestalla, entrance on av. Aragón, 9:30 (return to Valencia ~18:00)
Bring at least 1l of water, lunch, warm clothes and hiking shoes.
COVID-19 Safety Measures:
– the temperature of all the participants will be measured prior to getting in the minibus
– hand gel use (provided) is mandatory
– wearing a mask is mandatory in all closed spaces