Catalonia provides the trails, you provide the boots



Catalonia is hiking: routes through nature, spectacular landscapes and historical paths. There’s a network of 5,000 km of long-distance tracks, trails and footpaths (GR), as well as another 4,000 shorter paths and local walks.

If you like hiking, you can cross Catalonia from north to south and west to east, from the western Pyrenees to Cap de Creus... And you will enjoy exceptional, unique countryside. If you come with your family, friends, your partner... you’ll have trouble choosing just one. But you’ll be back to do another.

To whet your whistle, there’s one footpath that is full of spirituality and tradition: the Way of Saint James takes you from inland Catalonia to join up with the routes of Aragon.

If you prefer the most authentic, best preserved nature, you can choose the routes of the Pyrenees within the Aigüestortes and Sant Maurici Lake National Park, such as the Carros de Foc (Chariots of Fire) Route. You can also choose between the route of the valley of the Vultures, the High Pyrenees natural park, or visit the park of Cadí-Moixeró and climb the emblematic Pedraforca.

You can hike amidst the volcanoes of the Garrotxa and reach the marshlands of the Empordà. You can visit world heritage monasteries on the Cistercian route in Tarragona and climb the magic mountain of Montserrat.

Do you fancy walking and hiking?

What are you waiting for to set off on your way?

If you enjoy hiking, you can cross Catalonia from north to south and from west to east, from the western Pyrenees to the Cap de Creus... Choose your route.

Highlighted GR footpaths

Accessible routes

Outstanding companies




Ex. Barcelona, Gelida
    Ex. Barcelona, Gelida
      Ex. Barcelona, Gelida