8.6 miles, Half day
This particular route starts at the edge of Vallromanes, following the main track leaving the town behind you start to make a steady climb into the forest. After about the first half an hour you will reach el Font de can Gurgui.
The fountain Can Gurgui gets its water from the forest hills above, running deep down into the rocks it is then collected at the bottom into an outlet spring.
Continuing the climb up, the track then comes out of forest taking a left turn along the edge of the sierra to the top where you come to Mirador de la Cornisa.
Once here you get to see the vast hills and mountains that surround both views of Barcelona, Maresme and Vallès Oriental. Also depending on the day and if the weather is clear you can see right out catching glimpses of Montserrat, the Mill and San Lorenzo del Munt.
From there heading off and continuing over the peak top the track then takes you down the other side to Creu de Can Boquet.
Once at main crossing Creu de Can Boquet you then crossover taking the track on the other side, this path then takes a sort climb to Dolmen Roca d'en Toni.
The dolmen (tomb) was first documented in 1904 by Francesc Carreras Candi and is one of the most popular tombs to the natural park.
Coming off the main track you start to head back around the sierra following the path to Vilanova del Vallès.
Here the path takes you along parts of the parks sierra before taking you down to the golf club Pitch & Putt.
Once at the bottom you take the road Carrer de Sant Ramon following it round taking you back to the start Vallromanes.
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Good foot wear, water and take a camera for the views!