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Foz de Lumbier

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MLM wrote a review Jul 2020
Toulouse, France8 contributions3 helpful votes
Fantastic walk, with tunnels, a hidden path to the remains of a bridge, and many vultures to be seen flying up above. Beautiful place with an nice, easy walk. Good price for the parking and entry (2,50). Worth the visit for an amazing experience.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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winejohn wrote a review Dec 2019
Pamplona, Spain4 contributions
Great area to visit. Nature, castles, good food, very close to Pamplona, where we were staying. Great day we spent!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Alta-Monza wrote a review Oct 2019
Elgin, United Kingdom197 contributions133 helpful votes
We were so glad we took the time to visit here as ithe scenery is stunning. We did the 2 hour loop trail which was an enjoyable walk and with the birds of prey flying all around it's brilliant.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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MiddleLaner wrote a review Oct 2019
Kingston Seymour, United Kingdom118 contributions32 helpful votes
We spotted folks walking through this strikingly precipitous gorge from the motorway and followed the signs to the attended car park upstream. After paying our 2.50€ parking charge the attendant offered us a map showing the 1.5 km route alongside the river through the gorge and the 2.5km alternative (or perhaps return) route over the cliffs. The track follows an old railway line so is only slightly inclined and surfaced with loose gravel so good for bikes or wheel chairs. There are 2 short tunnels where a torch would be useful but not essential as the sections not illuminated from either ends are quite short and the surface is level. There are good views of the river from along the track and there are places the waterside can be accessed via a loose scree scramble. The high spots for us were the griffon vultures soaring overhead and the majesty of the cliffs. Well worth a detour and a good picnic stopover
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Claire C wrote a review Sep 2019
Sydney, Australia564 contributions259 helpful votes
the site is naturally beautiful and the walk very easy as it is on an old removed railway line so it is a flat easy walk. you get to see a wonderful natural fault as well as lots of bird life. rather marvellous!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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