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The Pyrenees Sights

Camino dels Enginyers

  • Termino Municipal de Queralbs dentro del Espacio protegido Ter Freser Map It
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Updated 06/09/2014

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From the ski area of Núria, at an altitude of 6,562 feet, the dramatic, occasionally heart-stopping "engineers' path" is best done in the summer months. The three-hour trek, aided at one point by a cable handrail, leads to the remote highland valley of Coma de Vaca, where a cozy refuge and hearty replenishment await. Phone ahead to make sure there's space. In the morning you can descend along the riverside Gorges de Freser trail, another three-hour walk, to Queralbs,

where there are connecting trains to Ribes de Freser.

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Refugi de Coma de Vaca, Termino Municipal de Queralbs dentro del Espacio protegido Ter Freser, Queralbs, 17534, Spain

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  • Refuge closed Nov.–Apr. and weekdays Oct. and May (but open for groups by reservation)

Updated 06/09/2014


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