Do you like hiking? Do you want to become part of the Valencian hiking community? If the answer to these questions is yes, our membership plan is for you!
The membership lasts for one year, starting from the moment you sign up. Members get reduced 6 euros discount for day hikes, as well as reduced prices for multiple day trips.
And that's not all of it. The most loyal members of the group will receive special gifts throughout the year.
A pack of eight hikes. The price to register for 8 hikes separately is 200 Euros, so by purchasing this you get the eighth hike for free.
You will receive a coupon code after the purchase and you can use this code to register for any of the upcoming hikes.
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 Calderones” or “Ruta de los Puentes Colgantes“. An excursion that will make you feel tiny walking between the canyon walls, following the Turia river and that will put you in direct contact with one of the most characteristic places in the Valencian Community.
More info - Chulilla and The Hanging Bridges
Distance: 15km with 400m elevation gain (5 hours)
Level: medium (most of the route goes along wide trails).
The main attraction of Valencia’s La Serranía region – Roman aqueduct in Chelva, dating more than 2000 years back, nowadays accessible on foot. The aqueduct gives you the opportunity to walk through tunnels carved in rock, cross impressive bridges, and admire unique scenery of the area. Chelva itself and its historical neighborhoods deserves a visit as well. Take a more relaxed stroll through the town, admiring the old Moorish, Jewish, Christian and Arabic constructions.
More info - Peña Cortada Aqueduct
Distance: 14km with 300m of elevation gain (4 hours)
Level: medium (mostly easy trails).
A scenic route along the highest points of the coastal natural park – Desierto de las Palmas. We will walk to the highest peak – el Bartolo, hike along the ridge with great views on both sides, and finish the hike with a visit to Montornes castle.
Desert is the term which Carmelitas Descalzos designate for those lonely and remote places, where they retire to devote themselves to contemplation and prayer. Since there used to be many palm trees in the area, the park was named Desert de les Palmes.
More info - Desierto de las Palmas
Distance: 11km with 400m of elevation gain (4 hours)
Level: medium (some trickier trails along the ridge for 2km)