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Ter river route: on foot and riding a bike



    The Ter Route is a hiking and touring cyclist route created by the Ter Consortium. It connects two touristic destinations: the Pyrenees and the Costa Brava thanks to a route that follows the Ter River and crosses five Catalan regions. Throughout the journey, participants can see a huge variety of landscapes, cultural elements, the history and traditions of each municipality belonging to the route. Moreover, they can taste a wide culinary variety and stay at different types of accommodations.

    This itinerary offers the opportunity to know and discover the Ter River from its source in Ulldeter (Setcases), 2,200 meters, to the mouth of the Mediterranean, at the Gola del Ter (Torroella de Montgrí-L'Estartit). It's an itinerary that invites you to explore the river with your five senses and discover a territory rich in historical and cultural heritage and with an incredible flora and fauna. A considerable part of this rute is included in "Xarxa Natura 2000".

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    • Ter route

      On a bike

      Distance: 205 km approximately
      Departure: Vallter 2000 (2,150 m)
      Arrival: Gola del Ter (0 m)
      Number of times crossing the river: 22
      Municipal thermals: 39
      Stages: 6
      Slope: 2,150 m
      Level: Medium/Low

      Stage 1: From Vallter to Ripoll
      Distance: 48.92 km
      Level: Medium
      Departure: Vallter 2000
      Arrival: Ripoll train station


    • Ter route

      On foot

      Distance: 225 approximately
      Departure: Ulldeter shelter (2,236 m)
      Arrival: Gola del Ter (0 m)
      Number of times crossing the river: 25
      Municipal thermals: 40
      Stages: 11
      Level: For all participants

      Stage 1: From Ulldeter shelter to Camprodon
      Distance: 28.5 km
      Duration: 6 h 9 min
      Level: Medium
      Departure: Ulldeter shelter
      Arrival: Camprodon bus station


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