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A rugged terrain and an endless network of trails to enjoy both gravel and mountain biking in all its variants, enduro, downhill, trail, cross country, freeride, dirt jump or trial.

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From Mataró to Santa Coloma de Gramenet  

A winding route following the peaks of the Serralada Litoral Park and the Serralada de Marina Park, with some accumulated gradient as a result of the constant descents and ascents and running through places of outstanding scenic and architectural beauty.

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The Cabrerès circuit

A technically difficult route that crosses Collsacabra and runs through iconic Osona towns, such as Rupit and Tavertet.  

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The great Ensija circular route

A route to fully enjoy the Alt Berguedà and breathtaking views of Pedraforca, as you travel through the forests and impressive landscapes of Serra d'Ensija, Cinglera and Pla de Vallcebre and the landscapes of the southern slope of Berguedà. The route also allows you to explore and discover the paleontological finds in the area, the vestiges left by mining operations in the region and the village of Peguera, now abandoned, but which bears witness to its important mining past.


The Obac tour

Discover this 44-kilometre, high-difficulty circular mountain bike route, from where you can enjoy views of Sant Llorenç del Munt and the Serra de l'Obac range, in the Vallès Occidental region. 

From Calella to Maçanet (MTB)

Starting and finishing in Calella, this 62-kilometre circular route will allow you to discover part of Maresme and get closer to Selva, while crossing Malgrat, Malgrat de Mar and Tordera.

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From Tona to Collsuspina

With this route you will enjoy the amazing views of the Plana de Vic from Puigsagordi. After a first part with a steep ascent, a descent begins near the Baumes Corcades via ferrata (climbing route) and ends with a flatter route, passing through Sant Jaume de Viladroguer.

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The Cadí Tour by mountain bike

A mountain bike route that goes around the Cadí-Moixeró Nature Park and crosses the Pedraforca Massif along paths and tracks.

The Way of Good Men


The Way of Good Men follows some of the routes taken by the Occitan people in the 13th century in the Pyrenees area, linking Montsegur and the city of Berga. This 220-kilometre route, signposted as GR 107, can be done on foot, on horseback or by bike. 

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