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Ruta del 7 Gorgs

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Ruta del 7 Gorgs

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Elad S wrote a review Oct 2019
Tel Aviv, Israel291 contributions218 helpful votes
It's a nice walk in the nature, but waste of money to pay entrance. The paths leading the the waterfalls are steep and hard to go up and down. The waterfalls themselves are a poor sight. Nothing special, skip it.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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tonitone wrote a review Sep 2019
Barcelona, Spain455 contributions330 helpful votes
We visited last weekend in September and it was pretty busy. Trails were crowded going all the way down the 7 waterfalls, and each waterfall had maybe 20 people there. There were lots of doggies, which was nice. We did the 10 mile loop from Campdevànol and it was pretty all the way, and few people around except of the ruta dels 7 gorgs. It is worth doing though, but maybe on a weekday when it’s less crowded. 5 euro entry fee, per person. There’s a restaurant bar at the 7 waterfall, where they serve sausage, beer, soft drinks and other snacks. Nice seating area under some trees.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Enda J wrote a review Jun 2019
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I went there last weekend with my girlfriend. I was surprised on arrival that there is a surcharge of €5 per person. For eco tax, however during my visit I saw no member of the security firm cleaning collecting rubbish or likewise rather zooming up and down the trails in their 4x4s looking out for anyone who hasn't payed entry marked with purple band. Other than that its a great place to visit and see. Refuse to pay and enjoy your day.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Xavi C wrote a review Aug 2018
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We enjoy this route with family (children 6 years old). There is 7,5km route with really gorgeous views to spend 2-3hours. You need to take in consideration the properly shoes and clothes to walking in mountain.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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PolarTraveller307 wrote a review Jul 2017
86 contributions42 helpful votes
We visited this route several times in the past 3 years. Starting with this year, they introduced an Ecotax of 5 EUR/adult to support the cleaning of the forest and they are also offering maps with this tax. This probably made the region to be much more crowded and touristic than few years ago. The good part is that the swimming is nowadays allowed in the waterfalls (it was prohibited in the past years), but both dogs and people and even a dead bird were swimming in the waterfalls pools when we visited. The route is rather pleasant (though there are some big climbs and descents close to some of the waterfalls) and you can easily spend 5-7 hours in there to see all the 7 waterfalls.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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