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Sierra y Canones de Guara Natural Park

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INCREDIBLE WEEK IN THE SIERRA DE GUARA
Aug 2015 • Friends
With its impressive limestone summits, canyons & gorges, the Sierra de Guara is a top destination for outdoor lovers seeking adventure. The Sierra de Guara is officially recognised as the birthplace of canyoning (or canyoneering), it is a popular climbing spot and there are some incredible hiking trails to be discovered. With birds of prey (eagles, falcons & vultures) flying overhead, it’s also the perfect destination for bird lovers. Even if bird watching isn’t usually your thing, you’ll wish you had some binoculars with you. I spent 3 incredible days of hiking & canyoning in Rodellar and 3 days in the lovely medieval village of Alquezar.

If you are planning a holiday to the Sierra, you can read more about my adventures on my blog aglanceatfrance.com
Written October 29, 2015
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globus-tracker
Zams, Austria70 contributions
Amazing Canyoning
Aug 2014
Amazing area for Canyoning and relaxing evenings with good food and wonderful wines. We love the scenery.
Written July 5, 2015
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Rough rock poetry
Sep 2012 • Friends
This is the most appealing area I have visited in Spain so far. We camped in Rodellar (you can choose between to campgrounds) and hiked through wild canyons and desolate mountains for several days. The landscape is harsh but exudes a certain poetry. Menacing and attractive at the same time. Often, I thought we were walking in a Western movie landscape. Can't wait to go back.
Written April 3, 2013
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Boston, MA4 contributions
Nature, adventure, stunning landscape - bring your binoculars and bike!
Local Spanish guides recommended this beautiful and undeveloped area for a view of Pyrenean foothills. There are many hidden rivers, canyons, archaic caves, Romanesque villages and mountain bike trails between all. We drove for miles with no other cars, walked passing only herders and farmers, and hiked among peaks where only birders seemed to know the treasures of wildlife. The Somontano region of Spain is untrampled, and this park is an oasis of beauty that recalls Sante Fe and northern New Mexico circa 1950. Almond trees on terraced fields met deep aqua canyons where Paleolithic people played. I'm hesitate to share the gem, but those looking for life and nature off the tourist path should know about the amenities of the villages and the adventure of the protected spaces here.
Written March 31, 2010
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