Here is a report of our trip to Latvia, where we explored the historical part of the capital and the variety of Art Nouveau buildings surrounding it, went to hike in the Guaju natural park in Sigulda and explored the Western part of the country, crossing the widest waterfall in Europe.
Here you can find a gallery of photos and a short report of our walk along the Camino de Santiago from Vigo to Santiago de Compostela and then to Finisterra.
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
A photo report from our 2019 Fallas trip, when we hiked along the Siera Espadán trails, covering 50km in 4 days and enjoying peace and quite of the area throughout that time.
This is one of the most spectacular and preferred routes for hikers in the province of Valencia. A tour of caves and tunnels dug into rock, a Roman aqueduct and a wooden walkway through the coved in passage.
Chulilla is probably the most famous hiking place in the Valencian Community where you can spend a day walking in nature and visiting the hanging bridges. It is also one of the most popular destinations for climbers, since the Túria Canyon offers hundreds of several climbing routes.
The ideal route for hot summer days with various bathing areas in the waterfalls and ponds around Anna, but also doable whole year round and especially interesting after big rains, when the cascades get bigger and more impressive.
A route nearby the sea, starting from Simat de la Valldigna, with a mild ascent along Ruta del Agua, followed by a flat section in Mondúver range. At the end of this section there is a lookout point with excellent views of the sea and the famous mountains like El Montgó and, obviously, Mondúver. The final part of the route is the descent to the castle, which gives the name to the route.