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Old 21-07-2016, 08:06
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Default Tramuntana dry stone hiking route - GR-221

Puerto Pollensa dry-stone route is opened Balearics News Majorca Daily Bulletin

An eighth stage has been added to the Tramuntana dry-stone hiking route. Miquel Ensenyat, the president of the Council of Majorca, officially inaugurated the stage on Tuesday. As it extends from the refuge near the Roman bridge in Pollensa to Puerto Pollensa,...

"The opening of this stage is an achievement, but we now have to work on a further extension to the cape of Formentor."


There are now 156.2 kilometres which are open, just over half of what is envisaged under the special plan for the route. ...
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Old 21-07-2016, 11:20
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Sounds interesting. We keep intending to try parts of the the route. Although this bit looks like it just goes down the main road from Pollensa to the Port - pretty boring! So I assume they just added a few signs but useful for those who have walked from the South-West! The extension to Formentor may be more interesting.

There is an official website here for the GR221 (Dry Stone Route)Ruta de Pedra en Sec GR 221 :: Pedra en sec i senderisme :: Consell de Mallorca

and a few books & maps here Walking Books, Maps, Travel Guides, Holiday Reading on Majorca
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Old 21-07-2016, 17:27
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Excellent information on the Ruta de Pedra GR221 site Pollensa, many thanks for the link.
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