Ruta Riberamunt - Ordino
Posizione e contatto
Discover the history, landscape and culture of the villages of the Ordino valley thanks to this route, spanning some 15 km,which runs alongside Camí Ral, following the river, from the village of Ordino to El Serrat, including the Sorteny i Arcalís Nature Park. This area has been declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO.
The route can be followed on foot, by bicycle or by coach, which is covered by a specific ticket for the route allowing you to make as many stops as you like in order to visit each village and the cultural and architectural installations of the valley.
The route offers up to 24 panels with information on the many villages and their surrounding areas. The panels incorporate braille language and have QR codes that give you access to an audio guide with small accompanying videos, in several languages, with subtitles and sign language. At the entrance of each village there is also a totem identifying the route.
Throughout the summer season, an information booth remains open in the village of Arans.
In the Ordino Tourist Office, located in Casa de la Muntanya, you will find an informational leaflet on Riberamunt, along with additional information for you to enjoy this tourist route through the valley
MORE FUN ACTIVITIES...
The La Font de la Navina viewpoint is at an altitude of 1,800 metres on the CS-340, at Km 3 in the parish of Ordino.
If you have painful zone and need decontracturing, this is the massage for you .
At the “sublime point” of Ordino Arcalís ski resort, you will find the Arcalís 91 sculpture .
Orri de la Coma Forat, in Arcalís, is a good example of positive, respectful interaction between human work and the natural environment.
ROUTES WORTH TRYING...
Route starts at the CG-3 in el Serrat (1,505 m) and ends on the CS-380 at the La Coma in Arcalís (2,229 m).
This route follows the GRP and goes through a part of the Pla de Sorteny and the Prats de Dall.
Sorteny Nature Park is a botanical paradise with more than 800 species of flowers and plants, some unique to the Pyrenees.
The hiking route leads to one of the five highest peaks in Andorra , 2,903 metres.
This hiking route starts by crossing the subalpine meadows and wetlands of orchids before reaching Estanyó Lake.