ROC DE SENDERS VIEWPOINT
Posizione e contatto
Get a look at the heart of Andorra like you’ve never seen before. At the Roc de Senders Lookout Point you’ll enjoy panoramic views of the entire valley.
Located on the La Comella and La Plana road, its impressive scenery is worthy of a picture postcard. Spread before you will be the entire shaded side of the central area of the parish as well as its neighbouring village of Santa Coloma.
Far off in the northeast direction you will catch sight of Pic de Carroi, a peak at over 2,300 metres in elevation that can only be reached in a 4x4 vehicle.
How to get there?
To get to the Roc de Senders Lookout Point you’ll have to go by foot, taking the Rec de l’Obac route or following the path that leaves from the Sports Complex in Serradells.
When to go there?
You can visit this lookout point in summer or winter, and don’t miss the chance to witness the Andorran valley after the first snowfall of the year!
The Roc de Senders viewpoint: a wonderful view of the Pyrenees!
You will find more information about this and other guided walking routes in the Andorra Mountain Guide.
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It has an average gradient of 5.8% and climbs 238 metres over a distance of 4.1 kilometres .