Excursion to Pic Carlit
The Carlit is the highest mountain in the Cerdanya zone and the Eastern Pyrenees and is part of a mountainous area surrounded by lakes and lush vegetation. It is a route of 15 kilometers and a difference in altitude of 900 metres, where there is only one climb at the end.
It is considered a route of low difficulty during the spring, summer and autumn (during the winter it is a harder excursion because of the snow and the temperature). The duration is approximately 4 hours and 45 minutes, starting the route from the parking lot of the Bollosa lake.
The summit of Carlit, located at 2,921 meters, allows us to enjoy magnificent views of the mountainous profile that goes from the Canigó to the central Pyrenees. Its slopes have the second highest concentration of glacial lakes in the whole Pyrenean mountain range (only surpassed by the Parc Nacional d'Aigüestortes).
Walk along the Prat del Cadí
A short and calm excursion (7.6 kilometers) that leads to one of the most magical and spectacular places of the Cerdanya and the Natural Park of Cadí-Moixeró. Starting the route from the Coll de Pallers (which has an open field where you can leave the car), the walk lasts about 1 hour and 45 minutes, with a difference in altitude of 330 meters.
El Prat del Cadí, situated at an altitude of 1,826 meters, is a peaceful place located under the magnificent walls of the north face of Cadí. Practically the entire excursion takes place within the Natural Park of Cadí-Moixeró, a park with a great diversity of flora and fauna and many tourist attractions.
During the route you can enjoy a fabulous landscape formed by the rocky peaks of Cadí and the little ones of the house can play on the flat green meadow. The walk (marked with yellow and white paint marks) will take you to magical places like Graus de Riclà, Coll de Reineres, Collet Roig, etc.
If you bring binoculars, you may be able to discover some herds of chamois balancing on the walls of Cadi!
The Smugglers' Route
The Smugglers' Route (Puigcerdà - Guils - Puigcerdà) is a medium difficulty excursion ideal for cycling. Leaving from the lake of Puigcerdà, it starts with a slight climb to Iravals, where the strongest part of the route begins the ascent to Guils.
During the downhill, you can enjoy incredible views of the valley to the Remei and passing through the Bridge of Sant Martí, ending the route to the Lake of Puigcerdà.
The total duration of the route, counting that it is done by bike, is 1 hour and 30 minutes with a distance of 16.5 kilometers.