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Default New hiking routes (MDB article)

https://majorcadailybulletin.com/new...r-majorca.html

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he Council of Majorca is to create two new hiking routes that will connect to the GR-222 dry-stone route from Arta to Lluc. When these are established, there will be a unified and circular route covering mountain areas, principally the Tramuntana, and coastal points - Cap de Salines and Puerto Andratx.

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The dry-stone route that runs from Puerto Andratx to Formentor is the oldest and most advanced of the Council's four routes. It includes seven refuges that can be used for overnight stays. ...

The Arta-Lluc route currently only has parts that are usable. These are between Lluc and Selva, from Can Picafort to Colonia Sant Pere, between Betlem and Arenalet d'Abarca, and from Arenalet to Capdepera. The next one to open will be between Arta and Son Servera....


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