The Cadí-Moixeró Natural Park has existed since 1983 and currently covers an area of about 160 miles. Stretching into three different regions (Alt Urgell, Berguedà and Cerdanya), it is one of largest in Catalonia. Located in the Pre-Pyrenees, it offers a landscape of reliefs culminating at 2,648m with Vulturo, also known as the Peak of Baridana Canal. Among the mountain ranges of Serra del Cadí and Serra de Moixeró and the massifs of Tosa and Puigllançada, the park conceals volcanic rocks, caves and waterways. It also holds the former Riutort oil mine, which can be visited.
At the heart of Catalonia, this natural space contains varied flora which includes a mix of alpine, Euro-Siberian and Mediterranean vegetation. As for fauna, numerous species have been identified. There are nearly 162 bird species in the park which have been protected at the European level since 1987. Deer and chamois live together here while wolves have started to reappear.
To discover this spot in Catalan, a variety of itineraries and nearly 250 miles of marked trails are proposed. Thus, walks and excursions make it possible to appreciate this stretch of nature, ranked as a mountain park, lying below the Pedraforca Massif.