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BERGUEDÀ / PN del Cadí - Moixeró
THE EXPERIENCE An accessible mountain pass at more than 2,000 m. The town of Bagà, founded in 1233 by the Lords of Pinós, is the starting point for our itinerary. Here you can visit the Mediaeval and Cathar Centre, mural paintings from the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries of great artistic interest and the Bagà 1440 exhibition. You can also visit the Park Centre with its permanent exhibition and a temporary exhibition room where you can watch an audiovisual about the park.

On the way up to Coll de Pal you can enjoy spectacular views and note how the vegetation changes as you climb: from holm oak to oak, beech, Scots pine and mountain pine and, on the highest parts, alpine meadows. 

One of your first stops could be Gréixer, located on the slopes of the Moixeró Mountain and from where you can climb to Penyes Altes de Moixeró. The second stop is at L’Hospitalet to take the historic Coll de Jou footpath that goes as far as Urús (Cerdanya).

Along the way you will find the Trencapinyes and Marmota Nature Routes, short itineraries on which the whole family can enjoy the mountain scenery, flora and fauna. 
BEAR IN MIND · The Coll de Pal BV-4024 road that begins in the town of Bagà is sometimes closed in winter due to ice, snow or wind. There is a sign at the beginning of the road informing you of its condition.

· Take advantage of the spring and autumn to observe the birds, especially the birds of prey, in the Coll de Pal area during their migratory period.
MAIN ATTRACTIONS  • The Cadí-Moixeró Natural Park Centre with an audiovisual and permanent and temporary exhibitions. Free entrance and open all year except Christmas Day, St Steven’s Day and New Year’s Day.

• Bagà, a mediaeval town. The Mediaeval and Cathar Centre. The Bagà 1440 permanent exhibition. An exhibition of 19th-century romantic mural paintings.

• Network of GR and PR itineraries; nature itineraries with panels for interpreting the landscape and flora and fauna; panoramic lookout points and recreational areas.

• Romanesque chapels, such as Sant Andreu de Gréixer and Santa Maria de Roca-sança.

• Oak and holm oak woods, Scots pine woods, beechwoods, mountain pine woods and alpine meadows, with the colour variations of the different forest stages during the seasons of the year.

• High-mountain fauna.

• An important orographic complex made up by the Moixeró, Tossa and Puigllançada Mountains with interesting natural and geological features.

 On the Natural Park’s website you’ll find detailed information about its activity programme, footpath network, infrastructure (recreational areas, lookout points, interpretation centres, etc.) and local and organic food producers:
+ INFORMATION Download all the information about this experience in PDF,Here.