The Collet de Montaup viewpoint is at an altitude of 1,946 metres on the CS-240, at Km 6-7 in the parish of Canillo.
From this point you can see the work of the glaciers in Andorra for 2.6 million years, which have shaped the present U-shaped relief of the parish's valleys.
Another outstanding feature of this viewpoint is the presence of very peculiar birds of prey. Some can be seen all year, such as the golden eagle, the bearded vulture or the common buzzard, and other only when they breed in the summer or are passing through, such as the European honey buzzard, the black kite or the short-toed snake eagle.
Finally, you can also enjoy the experience of seeing some mouflon jump, as they live in the medium and high mountains.
You will find more information about this and other guided walking routes in the Andorra Mountain Guide.
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