Collserolla - TRAIL

Collserolla - Trail, Barcelona/Sant Cugat, Europe

Enter Collserolla, follow path to Can Borrell, take fork to Sant Medir, go right on single track to St Medir, at road, take rt, then quick left at road up to Font Groga, keep going up (always going to the right)until you get to the top (you will know - this always takes about 20-40 min depending on how lazy I am). Lt on road for about 2.5 k (go down then up, always choosing the path to the right). Take sharp left and follow wide path to Forat del Vent, cross road and ride straight into a short, technical down. Once down (in a crossroads with a bar to your back, make a left and cross the chain. Now a nice ride down (some really great jumps!!!), ride into Can Cata (hunting area) cross chain (always choose path to right). When you come to the 3rd singletrack up on the lt, take it (it is kind of a whoopdedo up, about 2 mtrs steepy and then flattens out alot, you get some good air if you go fast enough. This should put you on a really great single track through a low pine/brush forrest. Just follow it down, always choosing the 'down' direction (usually to the left - you are angling back to Can Coll). This is the really fun part!!! This path will dump you out to the rt of a small pond and stream below the road near Can Coll. Go up to the road, take a lt, then a rt about 1 k up the rd at the road (dirt) to Can Borrell, follow road down, cross small bridge, and make rt immediately after bridge. Follow path back to trailhead.

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Joost   Weekend Warrior [Aug 31, 2015]

This trail is a small part of Parc Collserola. In the parc you will find many opportunities for mountain biking. Nice steeps climbs and some good downhill and single tracks. It is located between Sant Cugat and Barcelona. Mainly forest & pine trees. In the summer it can be hot with temperatures in June-Sept possible into the 30 degrees celsius. In the fall, spring and winter the temperature is more comfortable. In jan-feb it can even be quite cold on top.

The climbs are quite tough. Downhill can be exciting as well.

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Coming from Barcelona you can climb up Balmes, Avenida Tibidabo until you reach carretera des agues. From there you can go to the top of Tibidabo and behind that you will find many access points into Parc Collserola.

Similar Products Used: Bored with Collserola? Try Montserrat, Parc Garraf in Sitges or Casteldefels etc. Many opportunities around Barcelona.
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