Radial routes and single-day routes

AROUND THE TOWN
Radial route around the Can Serrallonga estate (start and end). From the Can Gall mountain range, to the Rocamirall and Pujarnol mountains, Sant Maurici de Calç, passing the Matamorts river up to Cruanyes, Santa Maria de Camós, Turó de Can Valentí, bac de Can Ginebreda, etc. This route can be either 2 or 4 hours long.  Low, medium and high level.

TO ROCACORBA THROUGH SANT NICOLAU
Radial route startin and ending in Can Serrallonga. We leave towards Creu de l'Asprell, we ascend the Can Gelada slope and, over the Pujarnol sierra we climb up to St. Nicolau, continuing to Puigsou where we visit the Rocacorba Sanctuary. Heading back we descend the Serrat de la Cadalt mountain ridge until reaching the trail leading to Biert and from here we go to the Creu de l'Asprell to return to Can Serrallonga. Duration: 4 hours.  Medium and high level.

TO ROCACORBA THROUGH BIERT
Same course as the above route but reversed, first descending to Biert and going back over Sant Nicolau, including a visit to the sanctuary. The change of direction of the route is truly worth trying, since the equestrian performances and course can vary a lot when heading in one direction or the other, as well as the panoramic views and, anyone who has been at the Rocacorba Sanctuary once never minds returning to it. Duration: 4 hours.  Medium and high level.

VISIT TO THE CAN GINABREDA FOREST
Full day route including a visit to the open air museum of erotical sculptures of Can Ginabreda Forest, with dinner in the museum's restaurant. We leave towards the Creu de l'Asprell to cross the Rocamirall sierra and climb back up to Pujarnol, and continue climbing towards the Sant Patllari ridge and, having passed els Quaranta Passos (The Fourty Steps), we descend to the Can Ginabreda Forest. After having dinner we return.   Medium and high level.

TO SANT PATLLARI
Outward and return route including a radial around Sant Patllari. As is usual we leave towards the Creu de l'Asprell, and descend Rocamirall towards Pujarnol. After climbing up to the Serrat de Sant Patllari ridge we arrive at the chapel where we will do a small radial route over the ridge to enjoy its  views, and return afterwards.  Medium and high level.