Post to Post around La Massana

POST TO POST AROUND LA MASSANA

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There are five routes designed to do as a family in which you can find out about: the trades, livestock, biodiversity, dry-stone constructions and the forest. These paths spread across the Massana Parish. To do each route, you have to follow the totem poles made with posts placed in a strategic locations. These signs contain the most relevant explications along with images and drawings so you can discover the surroundings of the themed route.

 Some of these routes follow traditional footpaths. Children, young people and adults alike will all have a great time surrounded by nature.

Post to Post routes

Jobs Route (La Massana, Escàs and Sispony)

This route, which passes along the Solanell path and the Escàs path to the Vial del Beç trail and the Planell de la Callissa trail, introduces you to the jobs of cheesemaking (location) and traditional jam making, as well as to other local producers.

Animal Husbandry Route (Pal)

Follows the Alt de la Capa trail and focuses, as the name suggests, on the areas where herds graze freely in the summer.

Biodiversity Route (Comapedrosa Nature Park, Arinsal)

This route takes you on an interpretative circuit of the nature park and, through the Pla de l'Estany track, completes the trail of the same name. This route was put together with the help of the company Biocom.

Dry Stone Route (Aldosa)

Dry stone constructions are the main destination of this route, which follows the Roc de la Gonarda trail to show you a cobblestone footpath, the old Roc del Barrer spur and various dry stone walled terraces. The route was put together with the help of the Department for Cultural Heritage.

Protective Forest Route (Erts)

This trail winds through the Jou forest to discover the Protective Forest (Bosc Protector). The route was put together with the help of the CENMA and is suitable for families.

More information: La Massana Tourist Information Office

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Posizione e contatto

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(+376) 835 693

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