The Camí del Solà is in the parish of La Massana, between the villages of Anyós and L’Aldosa.
It is a route of under 8 km and takes about 4 hours. It is of medium difficulty.
The Camí del Solà starts at km 1 of the CS-335 between Anyós and L’Aldosa (it is marked with a wooden signpost). We start walking along the road before we turn on to the path to els Cortals until we come to a ‘borda’, after which the path zigzags upwards leaving a track going up to Angleves to the left. Further on, the path will take us into the forest.
We cross the river Aspra and come to a forest track. After passing the Borda de l’Estall and the track leading to the Mallol spring, we come to the signpost to Coll del Gomà, which is the beginning of our return route. We step over an iron chain and carry on along a secondary path to a crossroads to the right of the path. We take the path that goes down through the forest to the carretera de la Gonarda, and follow this asphalted road to the village of L’Aldosa.
The route starts at Km1 of the CS 335 (42° 32' 24",1° 31' 26).
For your safety, we recommend you do the routes at altitudes of over 1700 metres between the end of June and the end of September.
You will find further details of this and other routes in the Hiking guide Trails of Andorra.
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