3.4 miles
1,239 ft
-1,219 ft
1 mile
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Cruzando un túnel de hormigón llegaremos a una zona con varios edificios y el comienzo del camino hacia el Comapedrosa. La caminata comienza por una pista forestal con algo de pendiente, hasta llegar a una barrera que impide el paso de vehículos. A partir de este punto la ruta se va introduciendo en un bosque hasta cruzar un paso canadiense. Poco después se bifurca en dirección a otros lugares como el Pla de l’Estany, los lagos Forcats y los de Montmatell, pero nosotros seguiremos las indicaciones que llevan hasta el Refugio de Comapedrosa y Alto de Comapedrosa por el GR11.
El camino va siempre muy cerca del río, por lo que constantemente veremos pequeños saltos de agua. Cruzaremos dos puentes de madera mientras seguimos caminado por el bosque sin mucha pendiente. Pero a partir del segundo puente la ruta se complica con algunos tramos de fuerte subida.

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Arinsal Salto de agua de Coma Pedrosa is a 3 mile less popular intermediate route located near Arinsal. This hike primary route. This route climbs 1,239 ft with a max elevation of 6,375 ft then descends -1,219 ft.
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More Stats for Arinsal Salto de agua de Coma Pedrosa mountain bike route
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    18 ft
  • Altitude min
    5,140 ft
  • Altitude start
    5,143 ft
  • Altitude end
    5,161 ft
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    2 miles
  • Distance down
    2 miles
  • Distance flat
    351 ft
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