Hiking in Valencia | Trail of Adventure
Posted by Editor on June 11, 2013
Hiking is one of the outdoor sports that are gaining more followers as it is an activity that can be practiced alone or with friends or family and which will have several spaces and other difficulties, to explore. Valencia is one of the Spanish destinations where we can practice this sport. One of the Valencian destinations where hiking is recommended are the Aragonese Peñas. Here we will drive about 17 miles on a medium difficulty which is the reason a bestop well equiped jeep might be necessary. This can give us a scan of 4 to 6 hours depending on the pace at which we go and the number of stops we make.
The route is circular and is done by 75% for road and track. Before hiking you might consider whether you have all the Jeep Accessories necessary. For hiking in an appropriate way, it is advisable to have trekking poles, water bottle, sunscreen, step hats, sunglasses, boots and light clothing. Other recommended path is The Marsh of the Lagoon. In over ten miles linear path, this trail has its way 100% traveled with little inclination making it ideal for touring with the family, including children.
Valencia Hillside Hiking
To enjoy this trail, it is recommended to traverse between the months of October to February and always wear light clothing and footwear.
Valencia Crossing River
Valencia photos: puck90, Mike Baird.