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Perfect for a family day! 

Trekking and Hiking routes

  • Discover the hiking trails offered around Vallter 2000

    Summer in the mountains presents the perfect setting for hiking family. And in the case of Vallter 2000, the area could not be more suitable to carry out this activity, as it has routes and difficulty levels for everyone.
    The station Vallter 2000 is in the circle of glacial origin in Morens - Ull de Ter, a situation that allows you to enjoy so unique and exceptional landscapes in the Pyrenees as the Bay of Roses on the Costa Brava.
    We suggest you wear suitable footwear and clothing for mountain activities and note that we are in the mountains. Weather changes can occur in a very short time, should first consult the weather. It is everyone's responsibility to know the contingencies that may arise during our tour.

     

  • Hiking maps for families

  • Departure from the chairlift height of 2535 Jordi Pujol

    The chairlift will run from July 21nd to September 11th,
    • Viewpoint of the Costa Brava and downhill Pista Estadi (2535m)

      Viewpoint of the Costa Brava and downhill Pista Estadi (2535m)

      Elevation gain: 335m      Difficulty: Easy
      Length: 1950m              Approx .: 50 min


      Arrival of the chairlift at an altitude 2535m. In front of the Cafeteria Les marmotes you will find the viewpoint of the Costa Brava. Lowering the track that goes below the lift and walking by the side of the artificial lake on the left side of the track until to reach the base of the resort.

    • River Ter source and descent Pista Bac-Barquins

      River Ter source and descent Pista Bac-Barquins

      Elevation gain: 335m        Difficulty: Easy
      Length: 1900m                Approx .: 50 min


      Arrival with the chairlift at an altitude of 2535m. Following in front of the chairlift, find a flat path leading to the source of the River Ter walk 150m. From there you can continue down the path that leads to the ruins of the old refuge and continue on the track that is marked to the base of the resort.

    • River Ter source and downhill Pista Xalet d’ull de Ter

      River Ter source and downhill Pista Xalet d’ull de Ter

      Elevation gain: 535m      Difficulty: Easy
      Length: 2500m              Approx .: 1'15h


      Arrival with the chairlift at an altitude of 2535m. Follow the path in front the chairlift, that leads to the source of the River Ter walking aprox 150m. From there you can continue down the path that leads to the ruins of the old refuge to stay on the track down towards the new refuge of Ulldeter along the base of the Gra de Fajol mountain on the Route GR-11. You will arrive at the bottom of the resort at 1950m and back to the resort with a 15 minutes walking up the road.

    • Coll de la Marrana and Bastiments (2874M)

      Coll de la Marrana and Bastiments (2874M)

      Elevation gain: 340m        Difficulty: medium
      Length:1650m                 Approx .: 1'30 pm


      After the arrival with the chairlift, follow way to the source of the River Ter. Following the GR11 up to the Coll de la Marrana. Once there, turn right and start climbing the Bastiments until you reach a point where the rise is already steeper. We continue up to the first cross and heading west to reach the top of Bastiments peak. From the top you can see Bacivers lake and ponds Coma Mitjana and if you look west, you will see Freser peak and peak of Infern.

    • Coll de la Marrana and Gra de Fajol (2708M)

      Coll de la Marrana and Gra de Fajol (2708M)

      Elevation gain: 175m         Difficulty: medium
      Length: 2300m                 Approx: 1.30 pm


      After the arrival of the chairlift, follow way to the source of the River Ter below the GR11 up to the Coll of the Marrana. Once there, turn left (south) and follow the path that leads to the Gra de Fajol peak. Once at the top, the view of Bastiments area and Vallter are spectacular. At the east, there is the small Gra de Fajol peak, which is accessible by following the ridge.

  • Departing from the base station (parking 2100)

    • Portella of  Mantet (2400m)

      Portella of Mantet (2400m)

      Elevation gain: 248m        Difficulty: Easy
      Length: 2000m                Duration: approx 1'30h.


      We leave from the restaurant building at the right to direct us towards the NE up the portella. When we get to the Pla de la Portella continue heading northeast to find the torrent or Clot de la Portella that take us to Portella de Mantet at  2411m just at the France border. Looking east, you can see the emblematic peak of Canigou.

    • Tour of the Pic de la Dona (2704m)

      Tour of the Pic de la Dona (2704m)

      Length: 7'5km          Difficulty: Medium-high
      Duration: 2'30h        Slope: 575m


      Circular route around the cirque  of Morens and Pic de la Dona. The route climbs up to the Portella de Mantet, natural step towards Conflent and ridge up to the Pic de la Dona and his twin peak Bacivers. The return is done by the width of the neck down to the bottom of the cirque of Morens currently are the ski slopes of Vallter 2000. During the tour is very easy to see chamois, marmots and vultures among other animals of the high Mountain fauna.

  • Waypoints

    • L'esperó muntanyenc (delphinium montanum)

      L'esperó muntanyenc (delphinium montanum)

      It is an endemic plant that in Catalonia is listed as threatened. The known population of this species is Ripollès stream Morens (Vallter).

    • Tora blava  (Aconitum napellus)

      Tora blava (Aconitum napellus)

      It is considered the most toxic plant in Europe and can be found in abundance in the Pyrenees. A plant very beautiful but very dangerous. Look at it but not touch !!

    • Antic Xalet d’ull de ter

      Antic Xalet d’ull de ter

      Open 25 July 1909 is considered to be the first mountain refuge in Spain. In nineteenth-century style, dynamited by the Franco troops during the civil war so that there no shelter for the maquis.

    • Cirque of Morens

      Cirque of Morens

      It is framed by the Pic de la Dona to the east (2704 m), the Bastiments (2881 m) to the north, and Gra de Fajol in the southwest. These are separated by Coll de la Marrana (separating the Gra de Fajol ans Bastiments), which gives access to the valley of Freser on the other side.

    • La Ruta del Ter

      La Ruta del Ter

      It is a route on foot or by bike created by Alba-Ter Consortium linking the Pyrenees and the Costa Brava, by a route that follows the river Ter that crosses five regions of Catalonia.

    • Biking: Setcases to  Vallter climb

      Biking: Setcases to Vallter climb

      This is a decent ride with signposts throughout the climb. Distance: 12,2km.  Incline average: 7.4%

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