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As it passes through the Mont-rebei gorge, the Noguera Ribagorcana rivers runs through the dephts of a canyon that reaches heights of 500 metres, with a span that narrows at points to less than 20 metres. It is the country's last great gorge that...more
Sierra del Montsec, 25632 Sant Esteve de la Sarga, Spain
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

it’s one of the most awesome places that I've seen and that I’ve been ever. it’s no so much difficult and you can spend 3 hours from la masieta to the suspension bridge, go and back. Folowing the bridge you can reach the pasarelas de...More

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Reviewed June 4, 2018

The views throughout the trail are excellent and only get better as you near the exciting part in which the trail is carved out of the rock. The first part is easy (even saw toddlers) but after you cross the suspension bridge it gets much...More

Thank ginsengNewYork
Reviewed October 22, 2017

I had seen several of my friends post photos of this place on their social media, so started looking into it. Totally worth it a daytrip when you're in the area! We reserved kayaks in the morning, went until the staircase and walked back from...More

2  Thank SIrLancelotBCN
Reviewed October 7, 2017 via mobile

We did both kayaking and trekking Congost de Montrebei, and it offers you a different point of view of this marvelous place. The crystal clear water breaking the mountain in two parts makes this places a unique and remarkable nature paradise.

Thank Oriol M
Reviewed December 26, 2016

We have visited several times and the view are always amazing. We took the whole family last time (kids age 7-14) and everyone did great. The drive there is equally amazing. Make sure you take lots of water.

1  Thank Amy S
Reviewed June 28, 2016

It's a perfect place for one-day hiking trip. I wouldn't advice it to go with small children, more for teenagers and adults, as most of the time it's very thin and uphill. Can be done by people with a good legs condition. From the parking...More

2  Thank Anna D
Reviewed January 11, 2016

A fantastic place, beautiful scenic vistas, great walks at great height, looks dangerous but as has been said , you felt safe. I saw men on cycles , a bit of a tight squeeze to pass them as pathways only very narrow, and couples with...More

3  Thank srf525
Reviewed November 1, 2015 via mobile

This amazing hike came to our attention only from talking to locals. It's remote location is accessed on both end through beautiful historic countryside. Then the hike itself is incredible as the photos here show. Two suspension bridges, long stretches of trail cut into the...More

1  Thank brosz
Reviewed October 17, 2015

A very easy trip, in a fantastic canyon. It might look un safe, but the path is rather safe and it is an easy pleasant walk.

Thank D L
Reviewed August 30, 2015 via mobile

We stayed in la clua a short distance away from the gorge. We canoed up from the south of the gorge as well as hiking from the north on a separate occasion. There is a good geocache in the gorge if you have a head...More

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Response from Xavier_Bas | Property representative |
Dear visitor. There is not allowed to use bicycle or motorbikes at Mont-rebei. You should park your vehicle at La Masieta parking. Please check our web site to learn more about parking timetable and use of Mont-rebei natural... More
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April 25, 2016|
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Response from Xavier_Bas | Property representative |
Buenas tardes, Lo que nos comenta no pertenece al espacio que la Fundación gestiona. El camino de Mont-rebei es un camino excavado en la roca que transcurre por la finca de la Fundación. Se llega a él a través del área de... More
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