Steep crags towering over the north shore of the Sau and Susqueda reservoirs characterise the landscape of this area. The village of Rupit forms one of the gateways to the area, enticing visitors with its beauty, as well as its potential for active tourism activities and routes.
Collsacabra Protected Natural Area extends over a steep craggy area halfway between the regions of Osona, Selva and Garrotxa. Forests, towering crags like those of Tavertet and the north banks of the river fed by the Sau and Susqueda reservoirs form a place that is highly attractive to tourists but, at the same time, difficult to access.
The charming village of Rupit is one of its main attractions in terms of heritage and the same time one of the main points of entry to the area. Tavertet to the north and the Sau reservoir to the south are another two points of entry. The southernmost point is inside the Guilleries-Savassona Natural Area, which is managed by the provincial government of Barcelona.
Climbing and canyoning are popular activities here, where we can also find numerous hiking and mountain biking routes. The latter were proposed and signposted by the Vall de Sau - Collsacabra MTB centre.