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      English Version Below

      Collserola consta de territorios de 9 municipios (Barcelona, Cerdanyola del Vallès, Esplugues de Llobregat, Molins de Rei, Montcada i Reixac, el Papiol, Sant Cugat del Vallès, Sant Feliu de Llobregat y Sant Just Desvern) - pero los limites entre los territorios no son visibles en Trailforks.


      La Serra de Collserola , o simplemente Collserola, es una cadena montañosa y parque natural (flora, fauna y terreno protegidos) entre los ríos Besòs y Llobregat.

      Hay más de 250 km de senderos para caminatas en todo Collserola, donde el ciclismo está oficialmente permitido.

      Los trenes aptos para bicicletas en España significan que un viaje a través de Collserola no necesariamente tiene que ser una ruta circular, porque el transporte público se puede encontrar en todos los lados fuera de las montañas, e incluso en el medio (Vallvidrera / [L = https: //www.trailforks.com/trails/les-planes-173471/] Les Planes [/L] / La Floresta).

      Más información: Las montañas de Collserola son parte de la Cordillera Costera Catalana, separan Barcelona de la llanura del Vallès y su pico más alto es el [L = https: //www.trailforks.com/trails/tibidabo/] Tibidabo [/ L], a 512 m. Otras cumbres principales son: Turó del Puig, Puig d'Olorda, Turó de Valldaura, Turó de la Magarola, Puig d'Ossa y Puig Madrona. Los valles de los ríos Llobregat y Besós, la llanura de Barcelona y la cuenca del Vallès, marcan los límites geográficos del macizo de Collserola.

      El Parque Natural Collserola ha publicado reglas y letreros, que prohíben explícitamente las bicicletas de descenso, y prohíben andar en bicicleta en general cuando no se sigue la red de caminos que deben tener 3 metros de ancho o más, o sea, todas las traileras

      También hay un límite de velocidad de 20 km / h, y las carreras están prohibidas, organizadas o espontaneas.

      Estas reglas de uso excesivamente restrictivas están ahora bajo evaluación gracias al trabajo de la CSRC en colaboración con Federació Catalana de Ciclisme e IMBA-ES. Si quieres defender el uso de la BTT, no dudéis en unirte a ellos.

      Los peatones siempre tienen prioridad Por favor, disminuye la velocidad a su alrededor, y siempre respeta el estado de la naturaleza en los bordes de las traileras.

      Fuente: https://www.parcnaturalcollserola.cat/collserola-en-bici/
      Esa misma página también muestra las rutas donde se permiten bicicletas.
      También ten cuidado con los caballos durante el día y los jabalíes por la noche.

      English Version

      rating system used in Spain is the European variant, green blue red black, known in Trailforks as "UK", but also promoted officially by IMBA Spain: https://www.imba.com.es/images/imba/docs/trail_solutions_2018.pdf - page 22

      The Serra de Collserola, or simply Collserola, is a mountain range and Natural Park (protected flora, fauna, and terrain) between the rivers Besòs and Llobregat.

      There are more than 250 km of hike paths all across Collserola, where biking is officially allowed.
      Bike-friendly trains in Spain mean that a trip through Collserola doesn't necessarily have to be a loop route, because public transport can be found on all sides outside of the mountains, and even right through the middle (Vallvidrera / Les Planes / La Floresta).

      More info: The Collserola mountains is part of the Catalan Coastal Range, separate Barcelona from the Vallès plain and their tallest peak is the Tibidabo, at 512 m. Other main summits are: Turó del Puig, Puig d'Olorda, Turó de Valldaura, Turó de la Magarola, Puig d'Ossa, and Puig Madrona. The valleys of the Llobregat and Besós Rivers, the plain of Barcelona, and the Vallès basin, mark the geographical boundaries of the Collserola massif.

      The Natural Park Collserola has published rules and posted signs, which prohibit Downhill bikes explicitly, and prohibit biking in general when not following the network of paths which must be 3 meters wide or more, that is, all single tracks .

      There is also a 20 km/h speed limit, and racing is prohibited.

      These overly restrictive rules are now under full consideration thanks to the work of CSRC , in Collaboration with the “Federacio Catalana de Ciclisme” and IMBA-ES. If you want to support local MTB at Collserola don’t hesitate in joining them.

      Pedestrians ALWAYS have priority [/B}. Please slow down around them. Also please respect to the upmost extend the natural environment immediately around the trails.

      Source: https://www.parcnaturalcollserola.cat/collserola-en-bici/
      That same page also shows the paths where bicycles are allowed.
      Also watch out for horses during the day, and boars at night.
      source: Wikipedia
      Primary Trail Type: Cross-Country
      AKA: Serra de Collserola
      Parking Can Borrell google parking directions
      Disclaimer:
      El Parque Natural Collserola ha publicado reglas y letreros, que prohíben explícitamente las bicicletas de descenso, y prohíben andar en bicicleta en general cuando no se sigue la red de caminos que deben tener 3 metros de ancho o más, o sea, todas las traileras

      También hay un límite de velocidad de 20 km / h, y las carreras están prohibidas, organizadas o espontaneas.


      The Natural Park Collserola has published rules and posted signs, which prohibit Downhill bikes explicitly, and prohibit biking in general when not following the network of paths which must be 3 meters wide or more, that is, all Single Tracks.

      There is also a 20 km/h speed limit, and racing is prohibited.
      Pedestrians have priority. Please slow down around them. Also watch out for horses during the day, and boars at night.
      Source: https://www.parcnaturalcollserola.cat/collserola-en-bici/
      That same page also shows the paths where bicycles are allowed.
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      This region uses the Uk/Euro style trail grading system.
      Region Details
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      Region Status
      Open as of 12 hours

      Stats

      Avg Trail Rating
      Trails (view details)
      675
      Trails Mountain Bike
      676
      Trails E-Bike
      215
      Trails Hike
      613
      Trails Trail Running
      573
      Trails Horse
      6
      Total Distance
      343 miles
      Total Descent
      103,760 ft
      Total Vertical
      1,591 ft
      Highest Trailhead
      1,662 ft
      Reports
      1,995
      Photos
      375
      Ridden Counter
      22,130

      Photos of Collserola Mountain Bike

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      Videos of Collserola Mountain Bike

      0:41 | 10 | May 19, 2020
      Depósito
      trail: Depósito
      0:49 | 5 | May 19, 2020
      last part of Les torres DH
      0:09 | 59 | May 11, 2020
      1:37 | 48 | May 7, 2020

      Current Trail Warnings

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