We start the route through the Garraf Massif is located in the Catalan Coastal Range. And we enter the Parc del Garraf, through the Picnic Area of Can Roca to take the local path, SL-99 From Cal Ganxo to La Morella.
Once we reach the path, we follow it faithfully, passing by Turó del Fanxó at 279 meters above sea level, Turons de la Romaguera at 311 meters above sea level and El Cèrvol at 306 meters above sea level. And we follow it towards the Puig de l’Olla where we already see the old Garraf landfill in the Vall de Joan – Fondo de les Terradelles, which is now being treated for the landscape restoration project.
We turn it around and continue towards the top of La Morella, always seeing the radar of the Puig del Ginebrò of 593 meters above sea level. Just before the summit, we turn off to see the entrance to the Abyss of Hell.
We still need the summit, which is perfectly located by its majestic iron cross. And it has a height of 595 meters above sea level at its geodetic point.
Now we follow the GR -92 to the Creu de la Clota, but before descending, we pass by the Avenc de la Morella and descend to the Coll Sostrell.
We follow the GR-92 path to see the Cova Cassimanya, in a beautiful viewpoint with the Puig de les Agulles next to it. Then we follow the path down the GR-92 to La Clota, where the remains of its cross remain.
At this point we turn off the GR-92 to take the path, PR-C 39 Camí d’Eramprunyà, which takes us down to La Sentiu.
Now all we have to do is get to Can Roca and our point of origin, but first we make a stop at Bar Can Roca.
Max elevation: 564 m
Total climbing: 996 m
Total time: 06:42:15