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Distance

9.67 mi

Elevation gain

1,765 ft

Technical difficulty

Easy

Elevation loss

1,073 ft

Max elevation

1,548 ft

Trailrank

27

Min elevation

73 ft

Trail type

One Way

Coordinates

324

Uploaded

February 22, 2019

Recorded

February 2019
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1,548 ft
73 ft
9.67 mi

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near Sant Vicenç dels Horts, Catalunya (España)

Train stop

Sant Vicenç dels Horts train station

Waypoint

1 km; 30 m

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2 km; 30 m

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3 km; 30 m

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4 km; 30 m

Waypoint

Molins de Rei

Molins de Rei
by erill Coordinates (lat,lon): 41.413917, 2.015972
Elevation: 28 meters
   

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5 km; 45 m

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6 km; 135 m

Ruins

Castellciuró

On a small hill above the town of Molins de Rei stand the ruins of the castle built in the 14th century on the ruins of an ancient round defensive tower known as Guadall or Guadallo. This round tower was of Visigothic origin (8th century) and hence was pre-Romanesque. This is confirmed by the remains of a stretch of wall that reuses a section of opus spicatum that was typical of that period. A tower with three stories is situated on the east façade. This tower still has its door and two openings, one now reconstructed. It is also possible to see traces of the trapezoid floor plan, a small tower built adjacent to the rock, the walls of Guadall Tower and the remains of a large cistern, partly excavated out of the rock and protected by barrel vaulting (10th and 12th centuries).
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Can Vilagut

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Can Vilagut
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 Coordinates (lat,lon): 41.413356, 2.035566
Elevation: 185 meters
 


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7 km; 210 m

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Masia Can Ribes

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8 km; 295 m

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9 km; 320 m - La Pedrera dels Ocells

9 km; 320 m - La Pedrera dels Ocells
Religious site

Església de la Santa Creu d'Olorda

The site of the Santa Creu d’Olorda chapel, which takes its name from the nearby peak of Puig d’Olorda, invites you to take part in all kinds of outdoor leisure activities and to discover the architectural and cultural heritage of the park. In addition to walking, admiring the views, hiking, and discovering the site’s flora and fauna and getting away from the city, a visit to the church can represent a true lesson in art history. Olorda’s heritage The earliest information we have about the founding of Santa Creu d’Olorda dates back to the 9th century. The complex consisted of the chapel, cemetery, rectory and a castle. The apse and nave of the original church were built in the 9th century, and other elements were subsequently added and modified. The church was burned down in 1936 at the outbreak of the Civil War and it was later restored by the hiking group, Els Blaus de Sarrià. For a short period there was a castle beside the church, but it is no longer there. It was built during the 14th century and belonged to King Peter of Aragon, who sold it. Unfortunately, documents from 1430 already mention it as a rundown, half-abandoned building. Other sites of interest in this area include the Torre del Bisbe (Bishop’s Tower) and the Font de Santa Margarita (Saint Margaret’s Fountain).
Waypoint

10 km; 385 m

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11 km; 410 m

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Turó de can Pasqual

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Turó de can Pasqual
by erill
Coordinates (lat,lon): 41.415228, 2.081553
Elevation: 473 meters
 


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12 km; 470 m

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13 km; 390 m

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14 km; 340 m

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15 km; 270 m

Train stop

Baixador de Vallvidrera train station

Baixador de Vallvidrera train station

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