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Route 1: The fountains of Sant Gregori

Route. The fountains of Sant Gregori
Starting point: Mountain Bike Center of Sant Gregori
Point of arrival: Mountain Bike Center of Sant Gregori
Length: 12 km
Time- length: 3h 30m. 
Difference in height: 114 meters
Grade of difficulty: Easy


We leave the mountain bike center of Sant Gregori and cross the bridge over the creek Llémena to take the path on the left that follows the creek and the river Ter. We continue along this road and shortly after leaving the passage of the Pilastra, we will find the paved road. We turn left until you reach a junction just before the passage of the boat with Bescanó. At this point follow the right, without taking the dirt road that continues straight. After five hundred meters we will find a path to the right that leads to the building of the spicy fountain of can Coromines. Follow the path that leads to the right until you find a marked path that leads to the Raig fountain. At this point the itinerary continues up the road just until we find the road. We will walk down to the right and then turn left till the historic center of Sant Gregori where there is a sign to the hot source of Can Verdaguer. From the fountain we take a path that leads directly to a track on the right and that brings us back to the ancient neighborhood of Sant Gregori. To return to the starting point we must turn left to the paved road and after a few feet we will take the road that goes up to the right and that leads to the old flour mill which now operates as a restaurant. We follow the parallel path to the creek Llémena until reaching a road junction. There we turn right and go straight down to reach the neighborhood of Argelaguet where we will find the asphalt. At this point we should go left to reach the starting point.

Attractions: Fountain of Can Coromines, fountain of the Raig, fountain of Can Verdaguer, castle of Sant Gregori, ancient church of Sant Gregori, riverside landscape.


- link 01:  Wikiloc



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