Outing with a good group of friends. 5 normal bikes, 3 electric bikes and an atomic dog.
The whole route is cyclable with some step, torrent or trunk path that only makes you get off the bike.
Many paths starting just to leave Castellcir, a steep climb to the Castle of Popa, but not the hardest, forest trail towards the Coll de la Rovira del Cerdans, descending towards Santa Maria in the Black Sauva, a beautiful path to the Santa’s solella Maria, path of the Pujalt berth and stretch of tracks by the Pla de Castellar.
There are 4 points of passage that indicate the variant that goes to the antennas of the Castellar to make a trialera downhill only apt for experts, the track is not there.
Beautiful forests and arrival in Collsuspina for a bite.
We carry about 5 kilometers where the descent predominates and after the Camí Ral we enter the wonderful path of the Toll and the torrent of the Evil, practically 7 kilometers of continuous enjoyment, a forest path downhill, we cross torrents, gorges, lost corners and some absolutely assumable difficulty .
In winter it is too muddy in some section of the road but the beauty of the paths compensates more than envelopes.
The lowest point is in the area of La Fàbrega and El Vapor, near the Castellterçol road, it could be a good place to start and finish if you come by car, for example at the Molí Nou bridge. Do not miss the Poua del Vapor, amazing by huge, with that of La Vinyota.
We follow the track on a gentle climb to the incredible Esplugues country house, a house in a Bauma that has been inhabited for 1000 years! And with a Romanesque bridge, a very special corner.
Again strung from the Esplugues grove to the baume of Fontscalents where before it washed warm water, now neither cracks nor is it hot. A hidden hiking trail with water and the last pleasure of the day. We cross the stream for the last time and we go for 1,5 kilometers along Vegetalia up to the track that goes to Castellcir.
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