Little’s breakout, PEDRAFORCA, NORTH OF CATALONIA

Here you have the new category of this blog: Bagpack Traveller LITTLE’S BREAKOUT. Day-trip to the pre-pyrenees in the north of Catalonia.
Pedraforca is the hardest tower to climb and the most emblematic in Catalonia. Altitude of 2.497 meters.
View arriving to Pedraforca, North of Catalunya
Panoramic Pedraforca
Frozen river, Walking to Pedraforca
Showing the way
‘Pedrera’ of Pedraforca

Small town in the middle of the mountains, Saldes

Panoramic form inside of the lost small town

Hard way to get to the top

Colombian in the snow
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About @bptraveller

If a picture does indeed speak a thousand words, then Daniel Murillo Mir’s and Ingrid Molano's photojournalistic site speaks volumes. They allow their photographs to be their narratives about the places they have visited. Follow Daniel’s and Ingrid's trail of travels, which are presents to us through the lens of their camera. By Gretchen L. Wilson-Kalav, Travel Blogs editor.
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