The trail takes its inspiration from a walking trip made through the Pyrennees in 1956 by the writers Camilo José Cela and Josep Maria Espinàs.Read More
The Ramat de Camins trail goes from village to village in the Pyrenean counties (comarcas) of Pallars Jussa, Pallars Sobira, Val d’Aran and Alta Ribagorça.Read More
Walkers, families, runners, eco-tourists, schools, retired people and others. Everyone finds their own way of discovering the outstanding scenery along the way.Read More
Before roads were built there, people would walk from village to village all year round. The same applies for us. Only the high mountain passes become hidden by the snow in the middle of winter.Read More
The Ramat de Camins trail can be done on foot or with a donkey carrying provisions, the way muleteers did in the olden days. Some run the trail, others go by car or walk stages separately, covering a bit at a time.Read More
This is the Pyrennees at their most authentic: we taste the local cuisine, we visit small museums off the beaten track, we get the best out of the Alt Pirineu Natural Park and the Aigüestortes National Park, understanding that there’s no need to travel far to find evocative landscapes and culture.Read More
Along the way you’ll discover the villages, landscapes and gastronomy found by Cela, Espinàs and Quera, enjoying the balance between traditions old and new.
Each step will help you appreciate one of the main characteristics of the trail, namely how it uses the oldest paths to get from one village to another. These are ancestral paths, with stone walls, rocks, mounds, gullies and more. The orientation and gradients of the paths are such that you can walk them without it being too tiring.
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