"Day 2 - The Cuber Reservoir to Lluc Monastery" Majorca Island Sports & Outdoors Tip by into-thin-air

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  The magnificently restored track off the mountain
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  • The magnificently restored track off the mountain - Majorca Island
      The magnificently restored track off the mountain
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  • Following the old concrete water channels - Majorca Island
      Following the old concrete water channels
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  • The start of the long climb - Majorca Island
      The start of the long climb
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  • The view from the top of the pass - Majorca Island
      The view from the top of the pass
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  • The valley where Lluc Monastery is situated. - Majorca Island
      The valley where Lluc Monastery is situated.
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We again took a taxi from Soller to the Cuber Reservoir but this time walked in the opposite direction, First we followed the old concrete water channels, Then after leaving these behind cross The Coll D’es Coloms and drop into a valley, passing Font d’es Prat.
Then we started a long climb, eventually crossing a pass a mere 150m below Massanella which is Majorca’s highest trekking peek. From here we dropped into the valley of Torrent de Coma Freda (My Guidebook described the route as following this valley down to the Lluc main road but the route has since been changed)
We then climbed out of the valley of Torrent de Coma Freda, crossing the ridge bellow Puig Galileu and down a magnificently restored track into the valley where Lluc Monastery is situated.

Theme: Hiking

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Nov 30, 2007
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