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Esteu aquí: Inici Walking routes Path from Cava to Querforadat (camí de coll d’Eruga) GR-150
Leaving Cava from Casota Street (northeast), up to the point called camp de Castell, where you must take the right branch. From the road, not far above this point, can be seen over a rock the corner ruins of Cava castle, known to have been destroyed in 1712. The road then passes close to the roc de l’Oró, where you can enjoy an impressive view across the Cadi and the village of Cava. Later the road crosses a large slip occurred in 1997. Once in Cal Pubill, continues going to the neighborhood fountain and gently ascends the hill towards the Deveses, first through an oak forest and then through a pine forest. Throughout this section you can enjoy the best views of Cadi, especially when passing through the rock Morell. At the hill, take the left branch, which descends towards the village Querforadat (first through pines and then through the fields), where you get up the Noon street in front of the Peró fountain. In the section on the side of Cava and shortly after Cal Pubill, there is a branch that emerges at the right of the road leading into the Roig barnyard (via Sarroja) and continuing to Boscalt. In coll d’Eruga, this Querforadat road was the ancient Cardoner path or Salt path (not arranged), bridle path going to Estana crossing the municipality by the foothills of Cadi.
76 Path from Cava to Querforadat (camí de coll d’Eruga) GR-150
  • Mitjà
  • 1h 45'
  • 3,7 km
  • Cava
  • 267 m
  • All seasons
Path from Cava to Querforadat (camí de coll d’Eruga) GR-150
Leaving Cava from Casota Street (northeast), up to the point called camp de Castell, where you must take the right branch. From the road, not far above this point, can be seen over a rock the corner ruins of Cava castle, known to have been destroyed in 1712. The road then passes close to the roc de l’Oró, where you can enjoy an impressive view across the Cadi and the village of Cava. Later the road crosses a large slip occurred in 1997. Once in Cal Pubill, continues going to the neighborhood fountain and gently ascends the hill towards the Deveses, first through an oak forest and then through a pine forest. Throughout this section you can enjoy the best views of Cadi, especially when passing through the rock Morell. At the hill, take the left branch, which descends towards the village Querforadat (first through pines and then through the fields), where you get up the Noon street in front of the Peró fountain. In the section on the side of Cava and shortly after Cal Pubill, there is a branch that emerges at the right of the road leading into the Roig barnyard (via Sarroja) and continuing to Boscalt. In coll d’Eruga, this Querforadat road was the ancient Cardoner path or Salt path (not arranged), bridle path going to Estana crossing the municipality by the foothills of Cadi.

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