6.9 miles
1,376 ft
-1,357 ft
1,592 ft
High Point

from: https://www.parcnaturalcollserola.cat/itinerais/pels-entorns-de-la-font-de-la-budellera/

We leave the railway station and cross the road at the traffic light. To the left, you come to the path that leads us to the bottom of the Dam of Vallvidrera. Bordering it we will realize its dimensions, and at the same time we will have the opportunity to see or hear the frogs and some of the birds that stop there. Back to the dam, we will start the steep climb along the path of Santa Maria de Vallvidrera (s.X), and the leisure area that bears the same name.

We will follow a beautiful path through the relic until the turn of the Monges, where after passing a section of wooden stairs, we will cross the road to the famous fountain of La Budellera. To get there we will have to divert 200 meters from the road, but it is worth it as it is one of the most popular fountains. Here we find a sculpture-reproduction of a work by Antoni Tàpies. Refetti of the first effort, a walk of lindens fresh and shady passes at the foot of the Tower of Collserola and the Tibidabo. From there, we will take the old Sant Cugat road to the left.

We will take the path towards the Coll d'Engravat until a small clearing clear, from where we begin a second stretch of the route that will take us to a steep descent to the C12 track to the Collserola Information Center. The Casa Verdaguer Museum is opposite. The final stretch to the station can be done on the road by the asphalted road or the stone stairs. If you choose this last option, pedestrians who have priority must be taken into account.

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Around the Budellera fountain is a 7 mile moderately popular easy route located near Barcelona. This mountain bike only route. This route climbs 1,376 ft with a max elevation of 1,592 ft then descends -1,357 ft.
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    20 ft
  • Altitude min
    802 ft
  • Altitude start
    802 ft
  • Altitude end
    820 ft
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  • Distance climb
    3 miles
  • Distance down
    3 miles
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    2,779 ft
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