WHAT WOULD YOU LIKE TO DO THIS WINTER IN ANDORRA?
Andorra is home to 54 alpine routes where you can take in stunning landscapes, see more than 70 natural lakes and hike above 2,000 meters.
The Camí de Francolí is in the parish of Sant Julià de Lòria. It is nearly 3.5 km long, but due to its steepness it is classified as very difficult. The approximate time of the route is 5 hours.
The Fontverd route is in the Vall de Madriu-Perafita-Claror, declared UNESCO Heritage of Mankind in 2004. This is a medium level circular route that takes nearly 4 hours and has a length of 13km.
This route takes us to the Sanctuary of Mare de Déu de Canòlich, the patron saint of the parish of Sant Julià de Lòria. Its steepness (670 metres) and duration (6 hours) make it a difficult route.