Pla de la Casa (from the South)
Choose a clear day and the views are stupendous, climb amongst shear jagged cliffs and spires, look over precipices with the valleys spread below like a map, discover a verdant hidden valley, peer 13 meters down one of the largest neveras in all these mountains, write your name in the book on the summit and visit Font Roja with its cold water and mule track down to Quatretondeta. The penalties are some grueling climbs and descents on very rough paths often amongst scree. But interspersed with paths through pinewoods and good forestry tracks which provide welcome variety. Not for vertigo sufferers. The actual walking time is some 4hours 50 mins but roughness and steepness of paths necessitates, and stunning views warrant, frequent stops. So allow plenty of time.
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